Sight words are key. Colors are usually some of the first sight words taught because they are are in so many worksheet directions! “Color this thing red if it blah blah blah” or “circle all of the blah blah blahs with green.” This page is just for learning those color names sight words. Easy-peasy worksheet, and kids will be able to do so much more when they know color words by sight! Click here to download the full-size PDF: color-word-butterflies
Whenever we have a family gathering (like Fourth of July that’s coming up!), I like to have something for the kids to do. Whether it’s a craft, new game, something to color or an educational page worth a candy, I don’t feel prepared unless I have something planned in case they don’t find something to entertain themselves. Check out this page. It’s super simple: just color the fireworks based on if they’re even or odd.
Download the PDF: Firework Numbers
I love playing math games… and what student can’t benefit from some basic math facts practice. So here’s a game for you.
- Print 1 copy of the worksheet for each player.
- Roll the die (let’s say you roll a 5)
- Color in the section of the picture that equals the number you rolled (for example, you could color in the section labeled “4+1=”). Make sure you write the answer in the section so it becomes a complete number sentence (“4+1=5”).
- Take turns rolling, and coloring (any color you want)
- First player to color in the entire page wins!
Click here for more free math stuff!