Preschool - Ela concepts

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  • The Color Blue

    What color is the sky or the ocean? Learn about the color blue with a fun project, where your child can create her own color book!

  • The Color Yellow

    Kids practice a range of skills as they write their names, trace words and color in yellow, and cut out book pages on this preschool and kindergarten worksheet.

  • The Color Green

    Kids practice a range of skills as they write their names, trace words and color in green, and cut out book pages on this preschool and kindergarten worksheet.

  • The Color Purple

    Kids practice a range of skills as they write their names, trace words and color in purple, and cut out book pages on this preschool and kindergarten worksheet.

  • The Color Orange

    Is orange a color or a delicious fruit? Learn all about the color orange with a fun project, where your child can create her own color book!

  • The Color Black

    Learn about the color black with a fun project, where your child can create her own color book!

  • Learning to Write: In and Out

    When kids start learning to write on their own, it helps to practice tracing words first. This worksheet focuses on the opposites "in" and "out".

  • The Color Brown

    What color are tree trunks? Learn about the color brown with a fun project, where your child can create her own color book!

  • Color Rhymes

    This worksheet not only works on color recognition, but helps preschoolers recognize rhyming sounds, and works on handwriting and spelling, too!

  • Writing Sight Words

    Little writers, get your pencils ready! It's time to learn some sight words. Say each word aloud with your child before he writes it.

  • Write & Color: Yellow

    Yell for yellow! On this prekindergarten writing and coloring worksheet, kids see yellow objects, trace and write "yellow," and color with yellow.

  • Stars and Stripes

    Bring out your inner patriot with a fun tracing worksheet with stars and stripes! Your little writer will build fine motor skills and letter recognition.

  • Name Activity Placemat

    Color in the letters then write your name in the space reserved. Then turn the worksheet into a placemat that will not be mistaken for anyone's but yours!

  • Trace St. Patrick's Day Numbers!

    Number writing and spelling practice has never been so easy or fun as it can be this St. Patrick's Day. Give your preschooler's fine motor skills a boost!

  • Write & Color: Blue

    Break out the blue crayons! On this prekindergarten writing and coloring worksheet, kids see blue objects, trace and write "blue," and color with blue.

  • Book Words

    Teach your child the terms for the physical parts of a book and have her write over the dotted words.

  • Letter to My Future Self

    What would you like to be doing 5 years from now? Help your child understand the concept of present versus future with a fun time capsule activity!

  • Where to Start Reading

    Before your preschooler starts learning to read, make sure he knows where: the top left!

  • Trace St. Patrick's Day Numbers! 2

    Give your child spelling, number recognition and writing practice this St. Patrick's Day that's fun! It's easy with this printable worksheet.

  • Body Basics: Work Anatomy Vocab

    This worksheet will help your child identify the different parts of the body by asking him to fill in the blanks on the diagram.

  • Writing Colors: Black

    Break out the black crayons! On this prekindergarten writing and coloring worksheet, kids see black objects, trace and write "black," and color with black.

  • Play the Super Why! Name Game

    It all starts with letters. In this activity from PBS KIDS' Super Why! your child will work on recognizing the letters in his or her name.

  • Write & Color: Red

    Round up the red crayons! On this prekindergarten writing and coloring worksheet, kids view red objects, trace and write the word "red," and color red objects.

  • Fill it Up Journal Page

    Help your students practice their writing skills using this journal page about their weekend. Challenge them to fill the entire page!