Charmain Apolline September 16, 2020 Worksheets
Different worksheets are available for different areas of study at home. If you know what your child will be learning for the year, you can already find worksheets for homeschooling on that particular topic.
I created two worksheets because I let the children work in a pair, each doing a different worksheet. After they are done, they can both compare their graph and talk about what is the same or different. It is a great way to help your children not only practice to create and read from a graph but also reinforce their thinking and observational skills.
Pick a picture of a food item and ask the children to find items from the same food group that are bigger or smaller than the chosen picture (e.g. can you find a bigger/ smaller apple?)
Spring is here and I thought it is the perfect time to create flowers theme related preschool materials. I have created a set of free flower flashcards. Other than using it as flashcards to aid your lesson, I also like to use it for matching activity.
Teachers even use printable worksheets. The kids are allowed to trace the numbers, letters and even join dots. This is the perfect way to control the movement of the wrist and fingers of the kids who are practicing these worksheets. With continuous practicing it gets easier for the children to learn and write clearly. Worksheets are used in schools to practice cursive writing. Worksheets can be a fun activity for the students. A teacher can easily allot a work to a group of kids on through these worksheets. All this can help a student to learn and write in a fun way and even teach him/her how to perform in a team and forming social bond with other kids. There are many kinds of worksheets available but the best one is still the personally drafted one. This way one can easily check the level of difficulty that is offered to the kids according to their age and even check the progress level. Worksheets can be reused but it’s always better to upgrade them from time to time.
Download free pattern strips to let your preschool, pre-k or kindergarten kids practice to extend or continue AB, AAB, ABB, AABB and ABC patterns based on the story ’The Very Hungry Caterpillar’ by Eric Carle.
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