# Free Worksheets and Printables for Kids

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Fractions: Buttons, Buttons
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Fractions: Buttons, Buttons
This third grade math worksheet asks questions about a set of buttons. Kids respond to the questions by counting to determine the fractions.
Math
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Name That Shape: 2D Shape Assessment
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Name That Shape: 2D Shape Assessment
Identifying different shapes is an important milestone for kindergarteners. Assess your students’ understanding of 2D shapes using this worksheet.
Math
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Spanish Vocabulary Grab Bag
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Spanish Vocabulary Grab Bag
What do a beach ball and rain and an eagle have in common? Nothing, except that they're on this Spanish vocabulary worksheet.
Foreign language
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Glossary: Geometry Vocabulary: Lines.
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Glossary: Geometry Vocabulary: Lines.
Use this glossary with the EL Support Lesson: Geometry Vocabulary: Lines.
Math
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Find the Letter C: How Much Wood Would a Woodchuck Chuck
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Find the Letter C: How Much Wood Would a Woodchuck Chuck
Children contemplate an age-old question as they spot the uppercase and lowercase C's in this fun literacy worksheet.
Kindergarten
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Wild and Wonderful Alliteration
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Wild and Wonderful Alliteration
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Simple Board Game
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Simple Board Game
Enjoy a simple board game to celebrate the spring season! Practice counting your way to the farmer's market.
Kindergarten
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Double Digits! Practice Vertical Addition with Regrouping 33
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Double Digits! Practice Vertical Addition with Regrouping 33
Math
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Light and Color
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Light and Color
Can you explain why your blue shirt is blue? This worksheet is full of facts about light and how it reacts with objects to give us the perception of color.
Science
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Coordinate Grid: Basic Practice with Sports!
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Coordinate Grid: Basic Practice with Sports!
For sports lovers, this coordinate grid worksheet is sure to be a hit. It's packed with baseballs, volleyballs, soccer balls, and more!
Math
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Practice Making Inferences
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Practice Making Inferences
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There are many ways that writers can add voice to their writing, including dialect, emotion, word choice, and ALL CAPS.
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Who Am I? Women in Sports
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Who Am I? Women in Sports
Young historians learn about four pioneering female athletes as they hone their research skills in this Who Am I? Women in Sports worksheet.
Social studies
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Who Am I? African American Abolitionists
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Who Am I? African American Abolitionists
This worksheet, which reads like riddles, will expose your learners to important abolitionists in the African American community.
Social studies
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Secret Messages
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Secret Messages
Decode this secret message created from playing cards. Then create messages of your own!
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Beginning Grammar: Building Sentences
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Beginning Grammar: Building Sentences
First graders build their grammar and sentence skills by practicing completing sentences with a "naming part" (subject) or "action part" (predicate).
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Coloring 2: Counting Coins!
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Coloring 2: Counting Coins!
These crazy coins have all kinds of numbers on them, but kids completing this kindergarten math worksheet color and count just the coins with the number 2.
Kindergarten
Math
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Perseverance in Challenging Times
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Perseverance in Challenging Times
With this social emotional learning worksheet, your child will be guided to research and reflect on one person who has persevered. They will then create a slideshow or poster that defines and illustrates perseverance.
Social emotional
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Dot-to-Dot Alphabet: G
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Dot-to-Dot Alphabet: G
Connect the dots while drawing an uppercase and lowercase letter G.
Kindergarten
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Sentence Solutions
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Sentence Solutions
Fragment, fragment, match! Kids use partial sentences to create complete sentences with this worksheet.
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Learning to add details is an important skill for early writers. Your second grader will be guided to think of details to write about a pet in this worksheet.
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Synonyms for Pretty
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Synonyms for Pretty
Vocabulary building is important at any age. With this worksheet, your child will learn 24 synonyms for pretty, and get to practice them.
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The White House
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The White House
Color in this cool scene at the White House, and learn a few White House facts too!
Social studies
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Venn Diagram: Past or Present?
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Venn Diagram: Past or Present?
Children practice differentiating between past and present in this Venn diagram sorting activity.
Social studies
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Counting Animals: Cats
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Counting Animals: Cats
Preschoolers need lots of counting practice, and what better way to sneak it in than with a kitty cat coloring page?
Preschool
Math
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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.