Kindergarten Tracing Practice Workbook

Kindergarten or Preschool Tracing Practice Worksheets

Fun Tracing practice worksheets that include basic shapes and wiggly lines. Perfect for little preschool and kindergarten hands. Pages for Tracing and Coloring activites. Includes: Numbers 1 to 10 Shapes – Heart, Star, Square, Circle, Triangle, Rectangle Alphabet page with uppercase and lowercase letters Penguin to color and trace Bunny page Three fish and more… Read More

Numbers and Letters: Math and Literacy Fun Workbook

Number & letters Kindergarten Workbook

Numbers and Letters: Math & Literacy Fun Availability: Available Price: $5.00 Delivery: Download, Dropbox® Add To Cart Samples Share Buy Numbers & Letters: Math & Literacy Fun Workbook Buy Numbers & Letters Workbook Product Description Fun resources featuring Number and Letter activities and worksheets. Full color printables with adorable characters like dinosaurs and animals to… Read More

Alphabet Tracing Workbook- Uppercase & Lowercase Letters

Alphabet Tracing Workbook- Preschool - Kindergarten

  Fun, original alphabet tracing pages for learning the letters of the alphabet. Both lowercase and uppercase letters are included for letters a to z. A Kindergarten Readiness skill pack to will help with fine motor skills while children learn to form the letters of the alphabet. Helps with letter recognition, identification and letter formation.… Read More

Sight Words Superheros Workbook- Activities, Word Worksheets and ebooks

sight word and early reader workbook bundle

Fun SuperHero theme for teaching Sight Words includes flashcards, practice worksheets, word wall cards, My SuperHero story with SuperHero stickers and word stickers. Known also as popcorn words, outlaw words, power words or high frequency words, this packet is perfect for teaching sight words. Sight Words in this beginner unit: a I do go is… Read More

Early Reader Book Bundle for Beginning Readers

Early Reader Kindergarten Book Bundle

This Early Reader bundle was designed to encourage beginning readers through the use of recurrent sight words and word families. Featured are 12 seasonal Sight Word stories, corresponding worksheets and flashcards to assist with sight word recognition and reading comprehension. Our popular Sight Words SuperHero packet is included in this bundle, rounding out the guided… Read More

Alphabet Tracing Page- 26 Upper and Lowercase Letters

  Get your child ready for Kindergarten and school success by helping him/her be prepared by working on his tracing and Alphabet recognition.  This is a perfect worksheet for preschool, beginning of the year for kindergarten or for home school.  If you would like to practice more alphabet, letter recognition, tracing and more- check out… Read More

Importance of Creative Play

As parents and teachers we are so very attune to our children’s needs; from their initial nutritional requirements to ensuring that they surpass milestones in a timely manner.  We strive to make them social, doctor happy and keep them entertained.  We read books, sing songs, present age-appropriate art ideas, and encourage letter and number recognition.… Read More

Ways to Help Children Develop Their Fine Motor Skills

You can help your child to hone his fine motor skills.  In fact, information pills the more you vary daily activities, there the more developed these skills will become and the better he will be prepared for kindergarten. These may seem like very simple activities that all children learn to do sooner than later, for… 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