To help schools and parents, the following resources are free for your non-commercial, personal or classroom use.
Number recognition, color matching, sorting, alphabet activities—so much fun!
5 monkeys and a bed
Sing a song, and have your kids count along as the monkeys fall off the bed.
ABCs case match
This activity will help your kids practice matching upper- and lowercase letters.
Each month has a visual to accompany it, including April flowers and May showers.
We hung this activity on our wall. My kids love counting off the weekdays as the caterpillar grows.
Color: rainbows & color wheel (2 activities)
Help kids remember the order of a rainbow. The color wheel helps kids recognize each color’s name.
Color matching: butterflies (2 levels)
Match each butterfly with its silhouette. The harder version helps with color name recognition.
Color matching (10 colors)
This fun sorting activity has a second page for purple, brown, black, gray, and pink.
Counting apples, 1–10
Pick a sun (or let the roll of the dice decide) and count that many apples.
Data graphing: 4 & 5 columns
With these reusable graphs, kids can count anything: e.g., pompoms by color, toy cars by type, and treasures they find outdoors.
Number recognition: 1–5 & 1–10
The 1–5 number recognition page help to emphasize that 1 is always 1, 2 is always 2, etc., regardless of each dot’s size or placement.
Number recognition: parking garage
My kids love this! Just number toy cars from 1 to 10 using painters tape, and let kids drive the cars to their reserved parking spots.
Number recognition: counting by 5s, 10s
Here’s a simple way to help kids visualize counting by 5s and 10s.
Number recognition: I can count to 10
Match the number with the correct amount of pretzels, pigs, hotdogs, cars, and more.
Numbered picture puzzle (2 levels)
This activity comes with two background pages: one with and one without the numbers visible.
Shapes (2 levels)
For older kids, shape silhouettes have been removed so kids can working on matching shape’s with their names.
Use this activity to talk about the benefits of veggies and fruits. In which category do you prefer to put the tomato and bell pepper?