I always love it when I can offer a dual purpose to an activity. Why not double-up on Bible and cursive handwriting practice? With these free, printable worksheets, you can! I just love these pages…knowledge of God’s Word and beautiful penmanship are both something that will benefit a child his entire life.Click here to download […]
Do kids need a fun way to explore upper and lowercase letters? They can try these Valentine’s day Letter Puzzles and have fun with the alphabet. Theses printables encourage letter recognition and matching, are great for fine motor skills practice, and are perfect for learning beginning sounds and letter names. This is such a great printable! […]
Check out this fantastic workbook for assessing your preschooler’s skills. You can check his abilities to form letters and numbers, recognize shapes, colors, and patterns, and lots, lots more! Then you’ll know what areas you’ll most need to work on with your little one.Click here to download your free printables!
Children may learn their ABCs in preschool, but they usually need to refine their handwriting skill throughout the first several years of elementary school. I recently discovered that my 7th grader wasn’t forming his capital Bs properly!!! All that to say, that this free, printable Handwriting Packet will not only be extra practice, but will […]
These drawing printables are perfect for little ones that are learning their letters. My little one loves to draw, these will be great to go along with our letter practice this year. Each page features a heading which can be colored, the drawing tutorial, and a space for drawing. The space is at the bottom […]
It’s so fun to change decorations when the seasons change! I like to pull out my fall decorations in September regardless of the fact that the temperature outside is still a robust 89 degrees.This beautiful Pottery Barn knock-off was introduced in spring, but I think it’s lovely for autumnal use too. In fact, I tuck moss all down […]
These free printables will give your younger elementary student lots of letter-placement practice. Twenty-seven pages on three different levels allows your child plenty of writing practice as well as letter placement. Level one has three-letter words with dotted lines to make it easy for kids to trace. Level two increases in difficulty with removal of […]