Learning on the go

Worksheets your child can do on grandma's porch, in the car, or at the beach, all summer long.

By GreatSchools Staff

Magical maze

In this math worksheet, your child will follow a pattern of shapes through the maze to find the way out.

Skills your child will practice: following directions, recognizing shapes and patterns.

Word puzzle

In this reading worksheet, your child will match rhyming words and then find those words in the puzzle.

Skills your child will practice: rhyming words and letter sounds.

Days and seasons

In this math worksheet, your child will practice writing the days of the week in order and matching images to the appropriate season.

Skills your child will practice: learning days and seasons.

Lines of symmetry

In this math worksheet, your child will practice drawing symmetrical lines on shapes and symbols to make identical halves.

Skills your child will work on: understanding symmetry, and drawing.

Drawing shapes

In this math worksheet, your child will practice drawing various geometric shapes — from the simple square to the isoceles triangle.

Skills your child will practice: identifying geometric shapes and drawing.

Word hunt

In this language arts worksheet, your child will try to make as many words as possible from the word "transport."

Skills your child will practice: making words and building vocabulary.

Draw the other half!

In this math worksheet, your child will practice drawing the other half of a picture.

Skills your child will practice: understanding symmetry, equal parts, and drawing.

Logic problems

In this math worksheet, your child will follow clues to find the secret number.

Skills your child will practice: reading for clues and solving word problems.

Eat right!

In this science worksheet, your child will learn about healthy eating by adding to six meals to make them nutritionally balanced.

Skills your child will practice: understanding nutrition.

Word detective

In this language arts worksheet, your child will solve riddles by looking for clues in poems.

Skills your child will practice: reading comprehension, decoding words, and building vocabulary.