Teach color words to young students to build fluency and confidence. Check knowledge with an assessment worksheet. Have students look at paint samples and circle the correct color word. This assessment helps parents and teachers measure a child’s accuracy when reading color words.
Children can decode unfamiliar words by sounding them out or by recognizing sight words. Color words are an important part of sight word knowledge, so add them to your child's list! This color word worksheet is an effective assessment tool for teachers to use with preschool and kindergarten students. It checks their knowledge of five color words - they simply look at the flower and circle the appropriate color word!
Preschoolers can practice counting and recognizing numbers with this worksheet. Students trace the numbers zero through five and check the boxes next to each number to show the correct number word. Ideal for young kids, this printable helps them learn early math and number words.
Look at the pdf with your child and ask which activities they like. Ask them to match the pictures with the sentences. Read the sentences aloud and help them check the right answers. Encourage them to talk about what they see in the pictures. It's a great way to help them learn.
Kids enjoy discussing families. This easy, colorful worksheet helps them determine if a person or thing is in a family. Children look at each picture, name it, and circle it if it represents someone in a family. It introduces or reinforces family words, making it ideal for toddlers.
Kids must learn how to deal with situations and handle their own emotions. This worksheet helps them practice empathy and resilience, making them more self-aware and confident. It also helps them to relate their life experiences to common disappointments and develop coping mechanisms.