Here are a few more helpful review activity sheets... Download, print and color.
Wednesday, August 24, 2016
Saturday, August 20, 2016
To Print: Right click on sheet, then select Print Picture
- What is a penny? Is it food...a toy... or money?
- Can you count to six?
- Show me six fingers...six books...six toys.
- Where are your toes?
- How many toes do you have?
- Where do you see the sun?
- Do you see the sun during the day or at night?
- How many reindeer are in the picture?
- What is the name of the reindeer that has a big, shiny, red nose?
- What is the opposite of a queen?
- What does a queen wear on her head?
- Is a rock hard or soft?
- Is a rock big or small? (trick question!)
- How many legs does the table in the picture have?
- What things can you do at or on a table?
- Where would you find a quilt?
- Do you like to paint?
- Name some things you could paint?
I'm sure you've noticed that I've used lowercase letters on these first activity sheets. The next set of alphabet activities will incorporate the uppercase letters. Then the set after that will utilize both uppercase and lowercase. One thing at a time...
Monday, August 15, 2016
Wednesday, August 10, 2016
I hope you've been working on letters A through J over the past two weeks. Time to move on to K through O. Here's a helpful worksheet, followed by some questions your can use... or make up your own.
To Print: Right click on sheet and select Print Picture
- What do you do with a kettle?
- Do you get a newspaper at your house?
- What kinds of things do you find in a newspaper?
- What is a log?
- What do people do with logs?
- Name some things that need a key?
- What goes into a mailbox?
- Who delivers your mail?
- Where does an octopus live?
- How many arms does an octopus have?
- Can you make a sound like a lion?
- Where can you find a lion?
- Do you own a pair of overalls?
- Why do you think they are called overalls ?
- Can you sing a note?
- What do you have when you put a lot of notes together?
- What is the opposite of the word 'man'?
- Can you give me some words that rhyme with man?
Friday, August 5, 2016
Wednesday, August 3, 2016
Here's a review worksheet for letters: F G H I J
To Print: Right click on the worksheet, then choose Print Picture
- What kind of food is in the jar?
- Where do fish live?
- How do you catch a fish?
- What do you use an iron for?
- What things are found on a face?
- Can you make a silly face? (happy face, sad face, etc.)
- Where do giraffes live?
- Are giraffes tall or short?
- Where is your heart?
- What holiday is associated with a heart?
- How high can you jump?
- What other things can jump?
- What do you keep in a garage?
- How many g's are in the word garage? Do both g's make the same sound?
- What is an igloo made out of?
- Would you find an igloo in a hot place or a cold place?
- How many rooms are in your house?
- How many people live in your house?
Tuesday, August 2, 2016
How did you do with your review of A through E? If your child has those letters down pat, then move on to F through J. If not, here's a worksheet that might help...
To print: Right Click on sheet, then select Print Picture.
Here's an idea...
As you work with your child on this sheet, ask questions about the pictures. This will help develop critical thinking skills and increase your child's vocabulary.
- What kinds of food do you like to eat?
- Do you think the boy in the picture can eat that big sandwich?
- What kind of cake do you like the best?
- How many candles will be on your next birthday cake?
- Is an elephant a big or small animal?
- What is another name for an elephant's nose?
- When did dinosaurs live?
- Would you like to be an astronaut ?
- How do astronauts get into space?
- Is a baby young or old?
- What kinds of things does a baby have to learn to do?
- How many legs does a dog have?
- Why does a dog wag his tail?
- Why would you need to wear an apron ?
- What kinds of things would you see at the circus ?
- Where does a bear live?
- Could you have a bear for a pet?