early education

Spelling Notebook

Below is our spelling notebook sheet. These are designed to be used in conjunction with our spelling correction worksheets and our spelling rules. See our spelling program page for instructions on use. » Read more

Spelling Rules

Below is a list of some of the most common spelling rules. Learning spelling these spelling rules will help you to become a better speller. Although there are exceptions to the rules, the majority of the words in the English language do follow these simple spelling rules. » Read more

Spelling Correction Worksheet

Below is our spelling correction worksheets. These are designed to be used in conjunction with our spelling rules . See our spelling program page for instructions on use. » Read more

Number Writing Worksheets

Here are some printable worksheets to help your child work on learning to write her numbers. Just click on the pictures below and print! » Read more

Beginning Consonant Sounds Worksheets

Here are some printable worksheets to help your child work on learning her beginning consonant sounds. Just click on the pictures below and print! » Read more

My Animal Journal

Learn about animals with your child. Have your child keep an animal journal to keep track of interesting information about each animal. Print out our animal journal here. Animal Journal » Read more

Addition Carrying Worksheets

Here are some printable worksheets to help your child work on learning to use carrying in addition. Just click on the pictures below and print! » Read more

Handling Homework

By Patti Teel, www.pattiteel.com

Excerpt from The Floppy Sleep Game Book, by Patti Teel Limited amounts of homework in the primary grades may be beneficial; however, it should not be excessive, especially in the lower grades. The amount of homework assigned varies greatly from school to school and from teacher to teacher. » Read more

Ten Creative Ways to Teach Your Child Numbers

1. Count items around the house Gather up items around your house such as buttons, pencils, paper clips, etc. Put them in stacks and count them with your child 2.Play Hopscotch Use chalk and draw a hopscotch game outside. Make sure to say the numbers out loud as you play. » Read more

Ten Creative Ways to Teach Your Child the Alphabet

1. Make an Alphabet Book Make your own alphabet book with your kids. You can purchase a blank paper book at an educational supply store or you can make one with construction paper and a three-hole punch. Help your child make a page with each letter. You can have him write the letter or find the letter in an old magazine and cut it out. » Read more