# Category: Freebies

## PreK-K Printables, Montessori 3-Part Cards and More!

30+ Preschool and Kindergarten Resources You Don’t Want to Miss! When my kids were younger, we did a wide range of activities.  Along the way, I made a number of Montessori 3-Part cards and other resources for them. I wanted to highlight some of those printables for you today.  Below, you’ll find more than 30+ printables.  Many of them are free. 🙂  Enjoy! ~Liesl Free Montessori Sorting Activity: Living Nonliving...

## Math Ladder Game (Free Printable)

My kids *loved* playing games to help them learn their math facts.  I made a fancy version of amath fact game we used to play. It’s free to download! This game takes less than 10 minutes to play (though perhaps more if your kids are like mine and beg to play again and again!!). To play this game, you need a die or a wooden cube with the numbers 1...

## Free Planets of the Solar System Worksheets

Today we have a free set of worksheets you about the planets of our solar system. These will work for a wide range of ages – PreK to Grade 5 or so. Here what is included: Solar System Poster Inner – Outer Planets fill-in-the-blank page – Fun Clipart Remembering the Planets – Mnemonics Inner – Outer Planets fill-in-the-blank answer page Our Solar System – Fun Clipart – Tracing Page Solar...

## Spring Skip Counting Mazes – 2s 3s 4s 5s 10s (Free!)

We have some fun spring butterfly skip counting practice sheets to share with you today! These skip counting worksheets are free to download! These colorful skip counting mazes cover the 2s, 3s, 4s, 5s and 10s. Before the kids tackle the mazes, have them fill out the missing numbers in the skip counting rows.  Then move on to the maze.  Have your student start with the number and skip count...

## Free Homophone Practice Worksheet (to-two-too, there-they’re-their, etc.)

Today, I have a free homophone practice worksheet to share with you.  I often make new worksheets when I notice particular problems crop up in the kids’ writing.  Today’s sheet highlights these homophones: to/two/too it’s/its are/our flower/flour there/they’re/their for/four It is free to download here: Free Homophone Practice Worksheet I have another set that we pulled out from a very long time ago.  🙂  If anyone has slightly younger kids,...

How to Create Your Own Homeschool Curriculum: Grade 4-5 Today I want to share this free 35+ page Resource Guide for Creating Your Own Homeschool Curriculum. It has been created to help answer some basic questions: What subjects should I teach my 4th or 5th grader?  Where do I start? How do I know what to teach my kids? We are eclectic homeschoolers, which means that we use a wide...

## Free Spanish Worksheets for Kids: In the Garden! ¡En el jardín!

Today, I have teamed up with Sra. Morato once again to share a new set of free Spanish worksheets. Our topic this time:  In the Garden! ¡En el jardín! You’ll find a link to download these free Spanish worksheets below.  Let me turn it over to Sra. Morato! Hola Padres! I am honored to collaborate with Liesl once again. Spring is almost here and what a wonderful opportunity to learn...

## Math Challenge Packet for Ages 4 to 6 – FREE!

When my daughter was just going into kindergarten she loved math, but I had a hard time finding material that worked well for her, so I created various materials for her.  Today, I’m going to share a 10-page Math Challenge Math Packet with you that may work for your 4 to 6-year old. What kinds of things are in the Math Challenge Packet? Counting (legs, candy, eyes, etc.!), graphing and...

## Free St. Patrick’s Day Printables and Packets (Math Worksheets & Games, PreK Packets and More!)

March  18th is St. Patrick’s Day.  Are you looking for some fun worksheets and activities for St. Patrick’s Day?  This post has links to more than a dozen free printables, worksheets and resources — from PreK through Grade 5 math! First I’m going to share some of the free St. Patrick’s Day math printables we have (number words, skip-counting, addition, multiplication, division, fractions, and more!). Then a bit lower down...

## Free Equivalent Fraction Game!

Earlier this semester, my daughter started to learn about fractions. I shared the free fraction packet she started with.  She’s been doing some problems in her math book, but I thought she would enjoy playing a board game with equivalent fractions. With St. Patrick’s Day coming up, I made a game board in that theme.  I also made a game board with spring birds, butterflies, and flowers (just to make...

## Rocks and the Rock Cycle: Sedimentary, Metamorphic and Igneous Rock Activities

Today, I’m going to share some of the hands-on activities and the free rock cycle worksheets that go along with our unit. For the past week or so, we have been talking about the three types of rocks and the rock cycle.  (It’s free to download down below.) What is great about these activities is that they will work with a huge age range… from PreK up through elementary! As...

## Nervous System Worksheets (Free)

Today I have a set of worksheets to share with you about the Nervous System.  These include worksheets on the parts of the brain and about neurons. And we also touched on the central nervous system, peripheral nervous system, and autonomic nervous system.  These notebook pages are currently free! For this unit, we read a number of books that we borrowed from the library about the nervous system.  We also...

## Spring Packet: Animals, Life Cycles, and Eggs – Free Printables

Today I have a free Spring Packet to share with you, plus some fun spring-themed activities like experiments with eggs and making pony-bead lizards and snakes! We have been reading Trumpet of the Swan (affiliate link) which is a really sweet book about a swan who is mute and wants to learn and better himself (in some pretty surprising ways)!!  The book highlights a number of different animals. I made...

## Bugs Bugs Bugs! – Free Printable

Recently, one of our preschool posts called Bugs, Bugs, Bugs has been getting a lot of page views. I thought I would add a couple of fun tracing sheets to that unit. And, I also thought I would highlight some of the free PreK printables we have tucked away on the blog! So, this is quite a packed post if you have 3-5 year olds! The free bug tracing pages...