Category Archives: worksheets

Time to Imagine

IMAGINE banner to go along with book A Little Princess via @PagingSupermom

We love to use books as the basis for activities with our kids — remember the Books Alive series we did over the summer? We wanted to introduce you all to Wild + Free, it’s a community of homeschoolers, and each month they put together wonderful content bundles, based on classic stories, that we think…

Worksheet Wednesday: Domino Math

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The domino visuals on this week’s worksheets help little ones understand the concepts behind counting and adding. We recommend having your child count the dots on each side of the domino separately then count all the dots together — this method reinforces the addition concept. We are offering two levels of Domino Addition. Below you…

Worksheet Wednesday: Thanksgiving Math Riddle

Free thanksgiving worksheets @pagingsupermom New worksheets posted every week

With Thanksgiving around the corner, we have been really into teepees (or tipis) this week. Harrison is fascinated with the Native Americans, especially the nomadic Plains Indians who used teepees for shelter. The idea that teepees could be taken down quickly, stowed away for travel and then reassembled in a new location is amazing to…

Worksheet Wednesday: Measuring Pumpkins

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How big are your pumpkins this year? Introduce your little ones to basic measuring skills with our How Wide Is The Pumpkin? printable worksheet. This week’s worksheet encourages cutting practice, counting to five and introductory measuring skills — perfectly appropriate for preschoolers this fall and Halloween season. Download our free printable How Wide Is The…

Worksheet Wednesday: Halloween Word Search

#FreePrintable Halloween Word Search and more free worksheets @PagingSupermom

Here’s a fun Halloween Word Search free printable for this week. Word search worksheets can be great tools to help kids increase familiarity with frequent letter combinations such as oo, tch and ee. You’ll find all three of these letter combinations in this week’s Halloween Word Search. Download our free printable Halloween Word Search.

Worksheet Wednesday: Spooky Spider Vowel Match

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This year my family is loving all things creepy crawly for Halloween. So, to kick off this year’s Halloween worksheet season, we have our creepy crawly Spooky Spiders Vowel Match worksheet. This week’s worksheet is appropriate for preschool and early grades, as it develops the recognition of vowels while matching lowercase and uppercase letters. Simple…

Worksheet Wednesday: Getting Out In AZ

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Since we live in Phoenix, Arizona my kids won’t be waking up to a Snow Day any time soon. However, last week we had an unexpected early release from school due to RAIN! Thankfully we weren’t experiencing any flooding around our home and main roadways, but other families weren’t so lucky. On our wet drive…