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A blackline master (printout) of the flag of China.
A short, printable book for early readers about the colors and flowers, featuring a yellow daffodil, purple crocus, white lily, red tulip, pink rose, blue bluebells, and a green bud.
A short, printable book about addition. This activity book asks the student to solve simple addition problems stated in terms of firefighting words, including firetrucks, firefighters, axes, helmets, dogs, hoses, hydrants, boots, and fires put out.
An outline map of Japan to print.
Cut out the four scenes and arrange them so they show the life cycle of the ladybug from egg to adult as it undergoes complete metamorphosis.
Label the place setting in Spanish. Or go to the answers.
Make a numbers wheel using this 2-page print-out; it consists of a base page together with a wheel that spins around. When you spin the wheel, the numbers 0 through 11 are shown, one at a time, in number form, spelled out, and in pictorial form. The student then writes down the twelve numbers.
Make a planets wheel using this 2-page print-out; it consists of a base page together with a wheel that spins around. When you spin the wheel, eight planets appear (with a few facts for each), one at a time: Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune. The student then writes down the planets (in order), and other objects in our Solar System.
“AN” word wheel. This 2-page print-out makes a word wheel; it consists of a base page together with a wheel that spins around. When you spin the wheel, six words that rhyme with “an” are formed, one at a time: pan, fan, man, ran, can, and van. The student then writes down the words that are formed by the word wheel and six others with the same ending.
This activity requires a globe or detailed world map (one showing country names, latitude and longitude). Then follow the directions to travel around the globe to the final geography destination. When you are done, unscramble the circled words to find the hidden treasure. Or go to the answers or go to a pdf of the questions and answers.
You can generate printable addition worksheet (one page of questions and one page of answers) with 8, 10 or 12 problems. Every time you click, you get a new worksheet, with a new set of questions and answers.
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