# Free Worksheets and Printables for Kids

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The Letter H: H is for Helicopter!
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The Letter H: H is for Helicopter!
Preschool
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Place Value Practice: Part II
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Place Value Practice: Part II
Kids compare numbers in this place value worksheet.
Math
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Cursive Handwriting: "E" is for Elephant
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Cursive Handwriting: "E" is for Elephant
Kids practice writing capital and lowercase "E" in cursive on this third grade writing worksheet by tracing the letters, then writing their own.
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Sweet Subtraction Word Problems
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Sweet Subtraction Word Problems
Satisfy your subtraction sweet tooth with these fun word problems! Careful, some of them also require addition.
Math
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Word Search: Poetry
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Word Search: Poetry
Get familiar with different kinds of poetry with this poetry word search. This poetry word search has your kid honing his spelling and observation skills.
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Helping Others in Need
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Helping Others in Need
If someone you know needs help, it's always good manners to lend them a hand. Wouldn't you want them to do the same thing for you?
Preschool
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Spelling and Alphabetizing
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Spelling and Alphabetizing
Let your third grader test her spelling skills by filling in the blanks to complete the words given. Then have her place them in alphabetical order.
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Area Models: Fraction Products 2
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Area Models: Fraction Products 2
Use this resource to teach your students to illustrate a fraction factor products with area models.
Math
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Fruity Fun
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Fruity Fun
Complete this simple addition worksheet by counting all of the fruit in each box in order to find the answers to the problems.
Kindergarten
Math
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Multiplication: Hop Along the Number Line (Part Two)
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Multiplication: Hop Along the Number Line (Part Two)
Get more practice with number lines by hopping along each one to solve the multiplication problems provided.
Math
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Ends with -ed
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Ends with -ed
It's time to check in on your students’ abilities to read past tense verbs that end in -ed. Use this one-on-one assessment to gauge your first graders' knowledge of words that end in -ed by having them read these sight words aloud.
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Who Belongs in the Rainforest?
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Who Belongs in the Rainforest?
Which of these animals do not belong? Explore the plants and animals of the rainforest, and choose which ones are in their right habitat.
Science
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Count to Ten: Get on Track
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Count to Ten: Get on Track
This worksheet helps your preschooler count to ten by asking her to figure out what number is missing from the train car.
Preschool
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Get into Grammar: The Verb "To Be"
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Get into Grammar: The Verb "To Be"
Help your first grader get the hang of the verb "to be"--one of the most irregular and uncertain verbs in the English language.
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Mercury Facts
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Mercury Facts
This printable features the planet closest to the sun. Learn Mercury facts and further your knowledge of outer space by discovering new things.
Science
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Identify the Shapes
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Identify the Shapes
There are shapes all around us! Help your child explore this construction scene to find them all.
Preschool
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Clock Work #1
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Clock Work #1
Tick-tock, it's time to learn about clocks! Here's a fun activity that lets your second grader practice telling time.
Math
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Conflict in Literature
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Conflict in Literature
Learn all about conflict in literature and how it makes the story possible in this conflict in literature worksheet.
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Your first grader can practice addition under the sea with this worksheet that features 12 beginning addition problems and a colorfully fishy theme!
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Color by Number: Practice Two-Digit Subtraction 10
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Color by Number: Practice Two-Digit Subtraction 10
Doubling as a color by number coloring page, this 2nd grade math worksheet makes practicing two-digit subtraction fun.
Math
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Using Conjunctions to Connect Facts
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Using Conjunctions to Connect Facts
A conjunction is a word that joins two phrases together. With the help of this worksheet, students will learn how to use conjunctions to connect related facts—and they'll learn about waterspouts along the way!
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Missing the Main Topic: Sea Turtles
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Missing the Main Topic: Sea Turtles
Help your kindergarten students identify the main topic and key ideas in nonfiction texts using this fun sea turtle-themed worksheet.
Kindergarten
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What is Biography?
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What is Biography?
Learn all about the biography genre, including autobiography and journalism, and read some classic excerpts from its famous authors.
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Practice essential pre-math skills like counting, categorizing and sorting with this colorful fruit salad recipe.
Kindergarten
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Martin Luther King, Jr. and His Dream
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Martin Luther King, Jr. and His Dream
Children reflect on the meaning of American civil rights activist Martin Luther King, Jr.'s life and legacy in this thoughtful writing practice and drawing worksheet.
Kindergarten
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### Free Worksheets and Printables for Kids

Whether your child needs a little math boost or is interested in learning more about the solar system, our free worksheets and printable activities cover all the educational bases. Each worksheet was created by a professional educator, so you know your child will learn critical age-appropriate facts and concepts. Best of all, many worksheets across a variety of subjects feature vibrant colors, cute characters, and interesting story prompts, so kids get excited about their learning adventure.

### Make Learning Fun with Printable Worksheets

Parents understand that the best way to improve their child’s academic performance is to practice key learning skills. Unfortunately, they also understand that most kids resist these practice sessions because they find them tedious. That’s where our printable worksheets come in handy. Not only do these worksheets help boost academic proficiency in all subjects across all grade levels, but they’re designed to make the entire learning experience more enjoyable for young minds.

For instance, your little one will be more inclined to practice the alphabet when you print out our alphabet dot-to-dot worksheet, which encourages young students to connect letters in sequence to build a doghouse around a cuddly dog character. Likewise, learning about sounds becomes much more fun with our Time to Rhyme worksheet, which was professionally designed with recognizable objects and symbols that help kids match such rhyming words as clock and sock, and snake and cake.

Older science students will eagerly explore the earth’s layers thanks to a worksheet that uses bright colors to identify and define the crust, mantle and core, while our African American Inventors worksheet uses easy to understand informational text blocks and vintage photographs to engage young history buffs.

Because all of our content is regularly updated with fresh concepts and designs, you will never lack for ways to keep students of all ages excited about learning.