Alphabet Letters Tracing Resource

  These alphabet tracing pages are both fun and original worksheets.  Featuring both lowercase letters and uppercase letters, find they will help your child recognize letters and form their letters correctly.  Kids can trace the letters and then trace the portion of the fun drawing to help with fine motor skills.  These worksheets help with… Read More

Halloween Preschool Worksheet for Counting Practice

Kids love holiday printables and this cute Halloween worksheet is great for number practice.  Any activity or printable is always great for early math building. Print the Halloween worksheet using the link back to our ZiggityZoom.com site where there are tons of free educational resources for kindergarten readiness and preschool learning. By learning | Filed… Read More

Help Preschoolers Learn to Write Their Name

One of the skills children need to learn for Kindergarten is being able to write their own name.  It is a skill that gives kids a real sense of accomplishment when they know what their name looks like and that they can actually write it themselves. But it is important to know how the children… Read More

Flash Cards and Kindergarten Readiness

Learn how using something as simple as flashcards can enhance your child’s early learning and better prepare him for kindergarten. As parents we all want to help our children learn and succeed. Teachers encourage extra at-home practice because it reinforces important academic skills such as number or letter recognition, letter sound identification, or even math… Read More

10 Ways to Increase Literary Development in Children

One of the best ways you can help your child develop a love of learning is to help them discover a love of reading.  For some children reading is a very difficult task in the beginning.  The letters and words just don’t seem to flow together as it does for other children who seem to… Read More

Halloween Letter Matching Worksheet

Print this fun Halloween themed worksheet for preschoolers.  Fun letter matching worksheet featuring a witch, approved pumpkin, clinic bat, spider and cat.  Letters W, P, B, S and C.  After completing the worksheet, let the kids draw their own Halloween image using the drawings from the worksheet to help them visualize. Another fine motor skill… Read More

Halloween Counting Worksheet

A fun printable worksheet for kids to practice counting.  Let them find all the fun Halloween things like the pumpkins and cats.  You can even turn this into a fun placemat to reuse at the table, here then kids can mark their finds as they count them. Spooky Halloween Counting Worksheet By learning | Filed… Read More

Technology in the Classroom

Insights from a Kindergarten Teacher, ampoule Tara Hudson: As a Kindergarten teacher I am amazed at how classrooms have changed. How teaching has changed. How learning has changed. My chalkboard is now an interactive whiteboard, there my chalk, visit this site the computerized pen that manages my interactive whiteboard, and my tape player, an ipod.… Read More

Teach Your Child to Follow Directions

Before a child starts Kindergarten, they should learn to follow directions.  They will have a much easier time transitioning to the classroom if you, as parent, have helped them learn to listen and follow simple directions.  Both your child and his teacher will greatly benefit from this exercise and there are many fun ways to… Read More

Fun Number Writing Activities

Playing games is often a fun way to help preschoolers learn basic concepts.  Rather than make it drudgery, make learning fun.  Both parents and teachers can help make learning fun when they think outside of the box and try some novel ideas to learning.  Kids will be much more receptive to learning new things when… Read More