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Number Bingo Worksheets

By JustMommies staff

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. Number Bingo Worksheets Number Bingo Worksheet 1 Number Bingo Worksheet 2 Number Bingo Worksheet 3 Number Bingo Blank Worksheet
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Number Writing Worksheets

By JustMommies staff

Here are some printable worksheets to help your child work on learning to write her numbers. Just click on the pictures below and print! Number Writing Worksheets 0-10 worksheet 10-20 worksheet counting by tens worksheet counting by twos worksheet
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Phonics Worksheets

By JustMommies staff

Here are some printable worksheets to help your child work on his phonics. Just click on the pictures below and print! Phonics worksheets ou and ow worksheet 1 ou and ow worksheet 2 oi - oy worksheet ee- ea worksheet oi and oy worksheet ee and ea worksheet
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Reading Readiness – Preparing Your Child to Read

By JustMommies staff

One of the most important things you can do for your child is to encourage and prepare him to read. Reading is one of life’s most important skills. Being able to read well will give your child an advantage in school and in life. Moms and dads can do a lot to prepare their children to read. The best
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Subtraction Borrowing Worksheets

By JustMommies staff

Here are some printable worksheets to help your child work on learning to use subtraction with borrowing. Just click on the pictures below and print! Subtraction "Borrowing" Worksheets borrowing worksheet 1 answer key for borrowing worksheet 1 borrowing worksheet 2 answer key for borrowing worksheet
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Teaching Your Child to Write His Name

By Nancy Da Silva

When you think your little one is ready, it might be a good time to start turning those scribbles he makes on paper (and the wall when he thinks you’re not looking) into something a little more legible. One of the first things children learn to write is their name. It’s the easiest for them to learn
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Ten Creative Ways to Teach Your Child Numbers

By JustMommies staff

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. 3. Play "Go Fish" Play "Go Fish"
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Ten Creative Ways to Teach Your Child the Alphabet

By JustMommies staff

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
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The Four Parts to Discipline

By Elizabeth Pantley

From The No-Cry Discipline Solution (McGraw-Hill) by Elizabeth Pantley Discipline is a very complicated and complex matter. We want to enjoy our children, we don’t want to stress about the little things, and we want to be forgiving to our children and our selves. However – there are many, many things
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The Four Parts to Discipline

By Elizabeth Pantley

From The No-Cry Discipline Solution (McGraw-Hill) by Elizabeth Pantley Discipline is a very complicated and complex matter. We want to enjoy our children, we don’t want to stress about the little things, and we want to be forgiving to our children and our selves. However – there are many, many things
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