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Language Left To Right, Top To Bottom

Directions: Have your child use a pencil to trace the dashed line from left to right. Then have him draw a line on his own. Next have him trace the dashed line from top to bo...

Language Top To Bottom, Curved Lines

Directions: Have your child use a pencil to trace the straight lines from top to bottom. Then have her trace the curved lines from top to bottom.

Language Top To Bottom, Slanted

Directions: Have your child trace each straight line from top to bottom using a pencil. Then ask him to trace each slanted line from top to bottom.

Cognitive Circles And Squares

Directions: Have your child trace the circles and squares using a pencil. Ask him to draw a circle under the circles and a square under the squares. Then ask him to fill in t...

Health & Care Germs

Directions: Explain to your child germs can be found on your hands. They are very small and can cause people to get sick. Have your child color the germs on the hands below u...

Language Letter P

Directions: Have your child say the name of each picture. Then have her use a pencil to trace the letter P on each line.

Creative Coloring

Directions: Using the four crayon colors, ask your child to color the train picture according to what number and color is on the key.

Language Letter D

Directions: Have your child look at the letter D at the top of the page and say, "D, DUH". Have your child repeat after you. Ask her to trace the letter D on the first row fo...

Language Letter D

Directions: Have your child count the dogs in the picture. Ask her the beginning sound of the word dog: DUH. Have her color in all the paw prints that have the letter D, DUH.

Physical Superhero

Directions: Have your child fly like a superhero to strengthen his back. Have him lay on his stomach on the floor and try to lift his arms and legs up off of the floor so tha...

Creative Orange

Directions: Ask your child to use orange and red crayons to color the two fish. Then have her use crayons of any color to finish the picture.

Cognitive Heart And Rectangle

Directions: Have your child use a pencil to trace the heart and rectangle. Then have him connect the dots to draw in the rest of the heart and rectangle that are missing thei...