Somehow in all my wanderings online to find worksheets, I landed on education.com. It has a ton of worksheets great for homeschooling, crafting, or just keeping the kids occupied. You have to use your email address to sign up and download worksheets, but then you can ‘collect’ them to organize them, and that way you have them again next year, or for the next child, or what have you. You can also pin the worksheets if you run across something you like but want to use later.
Of course there is a ‘pay’ option if you want to print whole workbooks, etc. For my child’s age, having just a few a month interspersed into what we already have is quite handy. The free version allows 10 free worksheet downloads a month, so choose wisely! I chose for October to mostly print out math and writing skills, since we’re working on those. Nearly everything I downloaded and printed has a Halloween ‘slant’ to it, for example, writing in missing numbers on pictures of candy corn. I was excited to find one that went beyond the number 20. It starts with 21, then has 3 blanks, and 25, then 2 blanks and 28, etc. all the way up past 50! It’s pretty easy to find coloring pages online, so I didn’t download any of those.
For November, I’ll try and find some turkey/more fall themed ones, of course, and I’m certain there’s a lot of Christmas ones for December. It will be nice to have something to look forward to my child doing that I know is actually educational that I don’t have to think about. Plus with 10 sheets, that’s a mini-break from combing through materials to find something ‘awesome’ at least once a day!
Have you tried education.com? It seems to come up in every search I do for free worksheets or coloring pages, and I’m glad I tried it out. This is not even remotely sponsored, and I received nothing for telling you, just passing the info on!!!