early education

Pre-writing Worksheets

Use our pre-writing worksheets with your preschooler. Print them out for your preschooler to practice his pre-writing skills.   » Read more

Number Bingo Worksheets

Playing Bingo is a great way to help your preschooler or kindergartner learn their numbers. We've provided some easy printable worksheets for you to use. » Read more

Handwriting Worksheets

Handwriting takes practice. We have created worksheets for your child to practice writing and forming her letters. Click on the links below for handwriting worksheets for each letter of the alphabet. » Read more

Counting Worksheets

Here are some printable worksheets to help your preschooler work on his counting. Just click on the pictures below and print! » Read more

What is a Family? - Preschool Theme

Teach your preschooler about families with our “What is a Family” preschool theme. This theme is written for preschool aged children but could be modified for older or younger children. Use our “What is a Family” theme as a guide to teach your children more about families and what makes up a family. » Read more

How to Find the Right Preschool

By Maria T. Pepin

Choosing the right preschool for your little one can be a difficult decision. There are so many things to consider and you are probably having a hard enough time letting them go to being with. However, once you find the right one, it will definitely set your mind at ease! Here are some great tips to get started: » Read more

Make-it-Yourself Memory Game

Why spend $20 on an expensive store-bought memory game, when you can spend $2 and have twice the fun? Your preschooler will delight in sticker fun while creating entertaining education. » Read more

Homeschool Report Card

Are you looking for a report card to use in your homeschool? We've provided some easy printable report cards for you to use. Homeschool Report Cards 4 semester year report card Pages 1 & 4 » Read more

What Can You Do If Your Child Has Trouble Reading?

By Nancy Da Silva Your child dreads reading time at school and runs screaming in the opposite direction if you suggest sitting down and reading a story together. If your child is well past the age where he should be adept at reading and yet still has great difficulty, what could be the reason? » Read more

Reversing Letters: Is This Dyslexia?

Dyslexia is a language-based learning disability that results in people having a hard time with reading, writing and spelling. It is not a function of lack of intelligence or ability to learn. Letter reversal in writing can be one symptom of dyslexia, but this does not mean that every child who reverses letters is dyslexic. In fact, it is very common for young children to reverse letters when they are first learning how to write. » Read more