Origami doesn’t have to be complicated! These patterns can help you incorporate origami into your homeschool. And our Easy Origami for Kids article (on our Only Passionate Curiosity website) shares information about the benefits of doing origami with your kids.
This printable pack includes read, write, and count the room activities and logging pages for regular homeschool or classroom use as well as for special needs learners. These activities are fun and (best of all!) easy to use! And they’ll get your kids interested and actively involved in learning.
This super heroes number pack was created for children who are learning to write and identify numbers 1-20. There are tracing pages for children to practice writing each number as well as a place for children to identify each number from a group of numbers.
Use this printable page for STEM activities related to measuring and comparing temperatures of items or surfaces in different areas. Use the suggestions in this article, 5 Easy STEM Activities to Do at the Beach, or come up with your own! (Click on the title of the article to go to the article for more information.)
These worksheets have a Valentine’s Day theme, and they’re a great way to practice numbers 1-20! They will give your child practice writing numbers 1-20, and they’ll also give your child an opportunity to learn in a hands-on way by drawing hearts in a “jar.”
Preschool – Kindergarten. Have your young students practice their first numbers with Dab-a-dot markers and these worksheets! Clear and simple graphics are good for visual learners and gives preschoolers lots of tactile practice.