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Skills

When you're young, skills that seem to come so naturally to others, can be difficult and confusing.  That's why we've touched upon many subjects in a way that will make learning fun.  From early anatomy to knowledge tests, you'll be able to get your little one off to a great start.  These are wonderful learning tools for pre-K students and preschoolers.

 

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3-D Creations

3-D Creations

Feel like creating something today? You've come to the right place. We have original 3-D Projects that are interesting, sometimes challenging, but always fun.  Designed for the advanced student, they are great exercises in reading, comprehending and learning to follow instructions - a wonderful way to create fun while learning.

Bones of the Human Body

Bones of the Human Body

"The foot bone's connected to the ankle bone, the ankle bone's connected to..."  We've all heard that fun song.  Here's where your child can actually see the Bones of the Human Body that make up the human skeleton.  With vivid colors and easy-to-read labels, these fun pages will entice your child to add anatomy to their early learning knowledge base.

Color Cards

Color Cards

The use of Color Cards is a great way to begin to teach pre-schoolers to recognize and be able to identify colors.  Since we've included the name of each color on the card, your little one will also become familiar with how to spell the matching word just through repetition.  We hope you like them.

Colorful Measuring GamesColorful Measuring Games

These measuring games use interesting images to help teach kindergarten students and advanced pre-schoolers how to measure with a ruler.  With the help of cute little pictures, problem solving can be fun.

Test Your Knowledge Games - ColorColorful Test Your Knowledge Games

These Test Your Knowledge games are a great way to promote better reading comprehension.  Lots of people can read, but not everyone can gather and retain facts from what they just read.  This skill is one of the entry exams required for college...so why not begin to master the art of comprehension now?  Our silly characters will help make it fun.

Easy BingoEasy Bingo

What a great way to combine learned skills!  If your little one can read a little or recognize shapes and colors, it's time to let them use those skills in a fun way...BINGO!  Our Easy Bingo is designed with playful images especially for the youngest student.

Human Body

Human Body

Our Human Body learning sheets are filled with color, kid-friendly images and easy-to-read labeling.  This is a great way to introduce your child to anatomy for the first time.  Who knows?  You could awaken your child's interest in the healing profession.

Learn to Draw

Learn to Draw

If your little one loves to doodle, here's a great way to encourage their artistic aptitude.  Our "Learn to Draw" pages break images down to basic, simple forms that allow young students to get a good grasp on the art of pencil drawing.  Have fun developing a new talent.

Learn to Read an English Ruler

Learn to Read an English Ruler

Our English Rulers are a fun way to teach your youngest student to read sixteenths, eighths, quarters, halves and inches.  Even though the measurements are not the actual size of a ruler, they make great tools for learning.

Learn to Read a Metric Ruler

Learn to Read a Metric Ruler

Our Metric Rulers are a fun way to teach your youngest student to read centimeters and millimeters.  Even though the measurements are not the actual size of a ruler, they make great tools for learning.

Telling Time Clocks

Learn to Tell Time Clocks

Our Learn to Tell Time Clocks are an easy and fun way to begin to teach even the youngest student about reading the hands of a clock.  We offer images of hour clocks, quarter-hour clocks and 5-minute clocks in a flashcard form that are wonderful tools for teaching or learning.

Learning to Use Money

Learning to Use Money

It is very important for a child to learn to use and exchange money. In the world today, a toddler becomes a teenager in the blink of an eye and the ability to handle money with diligence and respect can make or break their financial future. Our Money Skill Games teach that skill in a fun and entertaining way.

Little Readers

Little Readers

Our Free Printable Little Readers have been designed to make wonderful gifts for the "little reader" in your family.  Filled with old-fashioned, colorful images, even the youngest student can begin the fascinating journey into the world of books.  Directions included for creating your gift.

Measuring Games to ColorMeasuring Games to Color

These measuring games use interesting images to help teach kindergarten students and advanced pre-schoolers how to measure with a ruler.  With the help of cute little pictures, problem solving can be fun.

Perception Doodles

Perception Doodles

Do your eyes see what your brain interprets?  These Perception Doodles will test your senses as you compare side-by-side images to determine height, width and other dimensional differences.  Have Fun!

Playing Cards Playing Cards

Numbers, image recognition, sorting, matching and developing the ability to follow directions are all a part of playing a game of cards.  Why not use our Playing Cards?  Your student will be introduced to some wonderful images while increasing their knowledge base.  It's fun, too!

Shape Cards Shape Cards

Teach the basics with our Free Printable Shape Cards. Lovely bright colors will catch the interest of the youngest student. Tell me, what can you spot in your world that matches any or all of these shapes?

Stories for ChildrenStories for Children

Our Exclusive Free Printable Children's Stories will let your child's imagination play...and maybe learn a lesson or two. Improve your child's or student's vocabulary, spelling and comprehension with these great home teaching tools.

Test Your Knowledge Games to ColorTest Your Knowledge Games to Color

These Test Your Knowledge games are a great way to promote better reading comprehension.  Lots of people can read, but not everyone can gather and retain facts from what they just read.  This skill is one of the entry exams required for college...so why not begin to master the art of comprehension now?  Our silly characters will help make it fun.

Virtual PuzzlesVirtual Jigsaw Puzzles

"...almost like you've spread the pieces on the table." These virtual jigsaw puzzles are a great way to practice eye-to-hand coordination which will produce improved mouse control for your student. Pick a challenge level that best suits the age of the child. We offer three challenge levels: Easy (25 pieces), Medium (49 pieces) and Difficult (100 pieces).

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