Showing posts with label Free printables. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Free printables. Show all posts

Thursday, October 15, 2015

35 Free Learning Websites

Ahh the digital world, how lucky kids are nowadays! Back in the day , I remember going to our neighbor to use their encyclopedia . We didn't own one because back then, it was expensive. I remember going to computer rental shops to do research.

It is so great that there are a whole lot of resources online now for young kids to learn. I use almost all of these free learning websites for our kids. Aside from the online learning through playing or games, most of these websites offer free printables and ideas as well.

Don't forget to grab your freebie ! Print the list of these 35 FREE Learning Websites for  reference. It is a lot to remember.  I also did  my best to separate the sites per subject .

  • All Subjects
1.Topmarks Education


3.Highlights Kids

4.Gifted and Talented - Stanford Univ.

5.Brain Pop


8.PBS kids



  • Alphabet , Numbers , Arts

11.Alphabet Zoo

12.Sesame Street

13.Fischer Price Online Games

14.The Color

  •   Reading and Math

15. BBC

16. FunBrain

17. Math Worksheet Wizard

18. Oxford Owl

19.Star Fall

20. Khan Academy

21. Ten Marks

22. Reading is Fundamental

  • Reading - Phonics

23. Reading Bear

24. Literactive

25. FunFonix

  • Spelling and Vocabulary

26. Spelling City

27. Spellathon

28. TVOKids- Spelling Bee Game

  • Reading , Math and Science

29. Kids Math Games 

30. Cookie 

31. Math Chimp

  • Science , Geography

32. Discovery Kids

33. National Geographic Kids

34. The Magic School Bus

35. Wonderopolis

---> Get the free printable here : 35 FREE LEARNING WEBSITES

free learning website

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Wednesday, October 7, 2015

Unifix Cubes Activities plus Free Printables

Teach basic math skills for your Pre K to K kids using Unifix Cubes. For those who are not familiar with Unifix Cubes , these are colorful cubes that interlock together and come apart easy.  What's great about these cubes is that a 2 yr old can easily put it together and separate. There are a handful of activities that you can do with the Unifix Cubes. You can teach basic math skills such as counting, sorting , addition, subtraction , patterns and more.

Here are some great ideas to do with the cubes plus a FREE PRINTABLE.

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1.  Counting

Use the cubes as a counting manipulative. It teaches the concept of  hands on counting.

You can always use number flash cards too.

2. Patterns

Pattern is a part of basic Math. Every Math workbook has a page or two about making patterns.  For younger kids, start with a very simple color pattern. For older kids, you can teach the number pattern concept.

3. Addition and Subtraction

Teach the concept of adding and subtracting by using flashcards. Use a different cube color for each number being added or subtracted to learn the idea of separate number or quantity.

Click here for the free ADDITION FLASHCARDS.

Free Addition Flashcard printable

Click here for the free SUBTRACTION FLASHCARDS.

Free Subtraction flashcards

4. Place Values

Use the cubes for teaching place values by putting cubes in rows of ten (to represent the tens place). and individual cubes (to represent the ones place). For example,  place 2 sets of tens and 5 ones in front if your child. Ask your child to count the amount in the ones place and then the tens place.  See the cubes below.

Then have them determine the number.

Place Value printable

5. Simple word problems.

Create simple problems that your child can comprehend and use the unifix cubes to solve the simple problem. An example of a simple word problem :

Lexi bought 5 boxes of apples , when she got home she only had 3 boxes of apples. She forgot (blank) boxes in the store! How many boxes did Lexi forget in the store.

6. Fine motor skills for tots at home.

Use the cubes for a simple fine motor activity. The cubes are very easy to pull apart and put together.

7. Color Sorting

The cubes are great for sorting too. I would ask our 3 yr old to sort all the colors and she enjoys it!

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Letter of the Week for Preschool

Wednesday, September 30, 2015

Fall theme Pre Writing Sheets ( Free Printable)

    If you are starting to introduce writing skills to your child, it s best to learn pre-writing skills. Start with these FREE and simple pre-writing worksheets. You can print the  tracing sheets on a card stock and laminate so you can use it again.

Grab the worksheets HERE.

If you are looking for a great  and affordable laminator , check out Amazon Basics Thermal Laminator , it is only less than $25.00

You can also always use sheet protectors!

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Monday, May 4, 2015

10 Free Printables for Teacher Appreciation Week

It's Teacher appreciation week! Show teachers some love with these adorable printables. Purchase a nice 8x10 frame at Michael's , Hobby Lobby or at Dollar Tree.I am sure that you will make our teachers smile. All of the printables are on PDF format. If in any case , you will have a problem with the downloads feel free to contact me, I will directly email the link to you.