Worksheets and activities for kinders and 1st graders
Spicy craft: A fragrant lesson
Help your child celebrate the holidays (and learn about the spice wars!) with delicious-smelling decorations.
Math practice: adding one more
In this coloring math worksheet, your child will find the group that has 1 more item than the other group and will be introduced to adding 1.
Shh…it’s math: making play-doh
Help your child master measurements with this pliable project.
Reading comp: fantasy story
Can Baby Bear go to the moon? In this early reading worksheet, your child listens as you read the story aloud, then answers reading comprehension questions. Encourage your child to try reading along to the story with you, too.
Letter savvy: ABC book
Help your child create a personalized alphabet book.
Science smarts: animal homes
Where does this animal live? In this science worksheet, your child learns about the different environments animals can live in – and connects each animal to its home.
Worksheets and activities for 2nd and 3rd graders
Word up: cool captions
Boost your child’s writing ability with Caption Madness.
Math practice: 10 times tables
This coloring math worksheet helps your third grader conceptualize counting and multiplying by 10.
Kitschy design: family cookbook
Your child can practice valuable skills and you can make a memorable gift when you create a family cookbook together.
Poems: spotting patterns
In this language arts worksheet, your child will read two poems aloud and then compare the two by answering questions about the structures, rhyming pairs, and language in both.
Picture project: memory book
Your child can practice language arts skills as she preserves family memories.
Experiment: testing paper strength
Some kinds of paper are stronger than others. In this science worksheet, your child will learn some of the properties of paper and experiment with different types of paper to test their relative strength.
Worksheets and activities for 4th and 5th graders
Creative writing: design a menu
Try this fun exercise next time you go out to eat to help build language skills with your fourth or fifth grader.
Math practice: 4 types of triangles
This math worksheet gives your child practice identifying equilateral, isosceles, scalene, and right triangles.
Skill building: play travel agent
How you can help at home: Have your child plan a real or virtual trip – budget and all.
Reading comp: a classic tale
Here’s an excerpt from David Copperfield by Charles Dickens. In this reading worksheet, your child will read a description of young David’s life and answer questions about the story, point of view, character’s feelings, and use of language.
Scene stealer: working in 3D
Fourth- and fifth-graders bring favorite seasonal stories to life with a miniature set.
Science know-how: heat in, heat out
Which type of matter is the best insulator? In this science worksheet, your child learns about thermal conductors and thermal insulators.