Printable Activities for Kids

Seashell-Themed Word Wall Letters  Research has shown that children who can recognize letters of the alphabet have an easier time learning to make connections between the letters and the sounds they stand for. Children need to memorize the letter names, and they can do this through direct instruction along with many exposures to the letters in print. Practice letter recognition with your little ones with these cute and colorful seashell-themed letters!

Beach-Themed Classroom Display HUGE file! Over 100 pages! Perfect for teachers, homeschoolers, or parents of K-2 students who want to reinforce the skills their child is learning in school. Tip: Teach letter names before letter sounds. Start by teaching your child the alphabet song and sing it daily. Point to the letters of the alphabet as you sing the song with your child.

Free printable lego challenge cards to give the kids some ideas and get their imaginations rolling. each one has an idea for something build. pull card let compete see who can fulfill it best, or child own challenge.

Lego Challenge Cards We all know Legos are lots of fun, and great for creativity, but did you know they are also exceptional for helping your kids develop life skills? From helping a baby learn colors and counting, to enabling toddlers to improve their fine motor skills, Legos are the one toy that can do what few others can: blend fun with learning in just the right amount to keep kids engaged as they grow. Spark your kids’ imaginations with these printable lego challenge cards. 

Tessie Learns to Be Kind A printable book written by Karen LeVasseur about the importance of kindness and learning to be kind with adorable real-life furry friends. Your children will fall in love with Tessie, the good-natured but mischevious puppy, and her older puppy siblings who are determined to teach Tessie that being kind is way more fun than being naughty.

  40 Fresh And Creative Kid-Friendly Acts Of Kindness Acts of kindness help us form connections with others which are reported to be a strong factor in increasing happiness. But acting kind doesn’t have to be limited to random acts. It’s okay to plan ahead a little and figure out the best way you can help with an Organized Act of Kindness (OAK). Go ahead — make someone’s day happy!