Free Worksheets

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  • Free Kindergarten Numbers Worksheet on a Turkey Farm

    Free Kindergarten Numbers Worksheet – Color and Count the Pictures on a Turkey Farm and write the numbers.  Practice counting and writing numbers from 3 to 8 with this fun free Kindergarten math worksheet. Kids color the pictures and count them, then write the correct numbers below.

  • Free 3rd Grade Math – Multiplication Worksheet – Multiply By 5s

    Review and practice single digit multiplication with this free printable worksheets for kids.  This provides great extra practice for kids.  It can also be used as an assessment or quiz.

  • Free Cut and Paste Addition Worksheet – Missing Addends

    Practice 1 digit addition and finding the missing addends with this fun free worksheet.  Simply print and go to work.  Kids will cut and paste the numbers onto the correct spaces to complete the addition sentence.  Have fun!

  • Free Christmas Dot to Dot – Numbers 1 to 20 – Pre-K Worksheet – Printable Worksheet – Free Kindergarten Worksheet

    Connect the dots and complete the picture and color. Great for TK, preschool, and Kindergarten. This free printable worksheet provides great practice. It also helps strengthen the fine motor skills. Great for Pre-k and Kindergarten students. Enjoy!

    Dot to Dot - Numbers 1 to 20

    Free Christmas Dot to Dot – Numbers 1 to 20

  • Free Beginning Sounds Worksheet – Letter M

    Practice the beginning sound for the letter /m/ with this free printable worksheet.  Students will practice writing the uppercase and lowercase letter.  Next, they should color all the pictures that begin with the letter sound.

    Learning letter sounds and recognizing the beginning sounds in words is an important part of learning to read.  Once students also learn the ending sound and middle sounds of simple 3 letter CVC words, they can begin to blend the sounds together and learn to read.  Additionally, they can begin to sound out and spell simple words phonetically.

    It’s important to combine this phonetic reading with memorizing sight words such as “the, can, see, I” etc.

    Free CVC Beginning and Ending Sounds Worksheet (Click Here)

  • Free Kindergarten and 1st Grade Sight Word Worksheet – (she) – ELA Worksheet 1st Grade and Kindergarten

    Practice reading and writing high frequency words with this free printable worksheet.  Students will practice finding and recognizing the sight word, write it, trace it, read it, and cut and paste the letters to make it.

    There are many more high frequency words available.  Click the link to view the entire list of words currently available.

  • Practice reading and writing high frequency words with this free printable worksheet.  Students will practice finding and recognizing the sight word “saw”.  They write it, trace it, read it, and cut and paste the letters to make it.

  • Practice writing CVC words.  Look at each picture and say the name.  Write the beginning, middle, and ending letters to spell the words.  Color the pictures when done.

  • Free Subtraction and Addition Worksheets – 3 Digit – With Regrouping

    Extra Practice.  Practice makes perfect.  After students understand how to do 2 digit addition without needing to regroup, they can begin to practice 2 digit addition with regrouping.

  • Free Number Writing Worksheet - Apple Numbers to 10

    Practice counting and writing numbers from 1 to 10 with this fun free worksheet.  Students look at the numbers inside the row of apples and write the missing numbers.  Once finished, as an extension activity, the students can color a pattern using each row of apples.  Use this math worksheet in the fall during apple harvesting time.

  • Free Beginning Sounds Worksheet – Letter B

    Practice the beginning sound for the letter /b/ with this free printable worksheet.  Students will practice writing the uppercase and lowercase letter.  Next, they should color all the pictures that begin with the letter sound.

    Learning letter sounds and recognizing the beginning sounds in words is an important part of learning to read.  Once students also learn the ending sound and middle sounds of simple 3 letter CVC words, they can begin to blend the sounds together and learn to read.  Additionally, they can begin to sound out and spell simple words phonetically.

    It’s important to combine this phonetic reading with memorizing sight words such as “the, can, see, I” etc.

    Free Beginning Sounds Worksheet – Letter H (Click here)

  • Free Kindergarten Graphing Worksheet  For Spring – Counting Numbers 1 – 10 worksheet

    Count, Color, and Graph!  This free printable worksheet provides great practice counting numbers from 1 to 10.  It also helps strengthen the fine motor skills necessary to color neatly.  Most importantly, it is a fun way to do math.  Great activity for Pre-k, TK or Kindergarten students.

  • Free Kindergarten Worksheet – Ladybug Math – Number Counting Worksheet

    Practice counting and writing numbers with this fun free worksheet.  Kids count the pictures in each box and write the number.  After writing the numbers, they can color all the pictures. It is a great activity for Pre-K and Kinder students.

    Free Counting Hearts Math Worksheet – 1 to 6 (Click here)

  • Free Sight Word Worksheet – (and) – Free Kindergarten Worksheet – Free Printable Worksheet

    Practice reading and writing high frequency words with this free printable worksheet.  Students will practice finding and recognizing the sight word, write it, trace it, read it, and cut and paste the letters to make it. Free sight words worksheet/ ELA.

    There are many more high frequency words available.  Click the link to view the entire list of words currently available.

    Grade - Kindergarten

    Free Sight Word Practice (and)

  • Free  Writing Paper – Stationary Primary Lines – Free Worksheet and Printable – PDF – Download Writing Paper for free

    This printable handwriting paper template is great for students to practice writing.   Kindergarten, 1st Grade and 2nd Grade students.

  • Free Beginning Sounds Worksheet – Letter H – Free Printable Worksheet

    Practice the beginning sound for the letter /h/ with this free printable worksheet.  Students will practice writing the uppercase and lowercase letter.  Next, they should color all the pictures that begin with the letter sound.

    Learning letter sounds and recognizing the beginning sounds in words is an important part of learning to read.  Once students also learn the ending sound and middle sounds of simple 3 letter CVC words, they can begin to blend the sounds together and learn to read.  Additionally, they can begin to sound out and spell simple words phonetically.

  • Free Sight Word Worksheet – (have) – Free Kindergarten Worksheet – Free Printable Worksheet

    Practice reading and writing high frequency words like the word “have” with this free printable worksheet.  Students will practice finding and recognizing the sight word, write it, trace it, read it, and cut and paste the letters to make it.

    There are many more high frequency words available.  Click the link to view the entire list of words currently available.