Use these printable lunchbox notes to send a mid-day confidence boost!
This scavenger hunt gets kids outside while practicing following directions and building memory skills.
Use this story map to help your child create a story of their own.
A co-play activity to plant seeds and observe them together – with tips for toddlers, preschoolers, and kindergartners.
Let your child’s imagination run wild with this safari coloring page.
Want to host your very own Olympics? You’re going to need medals to celebrate your astounding achievements!
Go on a short journey with some animal friends and practice fine-motor skills!
This one printable offers multiple opportunities to practice early reading, auditory, and visual memory skills.
Put your child’s problem solving skills to work while also developing their fine motor and visual motor skills.
Bring the post office to life with this adorable DIY Mail Truck. All you’ll need is a cardboard box, paint, and a few more tools listed below.
Print out this spellbound bingo set and cook up some Halloween fun!
We’ve compiled a list of the best printables to use for beginning readers. Our practice sheets are perfect for when screen time is over.