Home is Where the Preschool Learning ContinuesPreschool is such a great way to introduce children to the wonderful world of learning. But there’s only so much that can be accomplished in the few hours that they’re in class. So consider supplementing your child’s early cognitive development with our preschool worksheets. From color-by-number fruit and connect-the-dot dinosaurs to letter tracing pages and a bunch of matching games, there is no shortage of fun activities to keep your child entertained while continuing to prepare them for kindergarten. In fact, we have so many worksheets that you can establish a weekly post-preschool homework schedule. On Monday, break out the tracing pages and help your child work on writing and sounding out letters and sight words. Tuesday can be all about numbers, counting, and simple math, while Wednesday is devoted to strengthening memorization with matching games and flashcards. Thursday can be “kids choice” day where he decides what subjects he wants to work on, then on Friday, give his little brain a break and print out our professionally illustrated coloring pages—don’t worry, even with just crayons in hand, he will still be working on vital creative and fine motor skills.
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Welcome to Tlsbooks.com. Tlsbooks offers you a variety of free printable worksheets to use at home or in the classroom. You'll find thousands of worksheets appropriate for students in preschool through sixth grade. These educational worksheets may be used to supplement your early childhood education program, home day care resources, elementary school classroom, or home school curriculum.
Parents love using these free worksheets to help their child gain valuable readiness skills or to reinforce material their child may already be learning in school. Teachers appreciate the fact that they can print complementary materials to use in the classroom, for homework, or as extra practice for struggling students.
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Easter is on Sunday, April 16th. We offer a variety of Easter worksheets and coloring pages for this fun filled day! Here are a few links to get you started:
Easter Counting and Number Writing Worksheets - Practice counting, writing numbers, and drawing representations of numbers 1-10. This set includes ten worksheets.
Easter Acrostic Poem - Fun for all ages! Write a poem with each line beginning with a letter in the word Easter.
Easter Egg Critters - Kids can color and cut out these funny Easter egg decorations then place them around their colored eggs.
Easter Addition Worksheet 4 - No carrying involved when students write the sums to 99 in an egg.
Fun quizzes for each day of the year!
Keep your first-sixth grade kids on their toes! Dragon's Daily Drill is a fun, on-line quiz for students. A new question is presented daily on a variety of subjects including math, science, language arts, and history. Just select any grade level from first through sixth grade and let the learning begin!
Top Ten Worksheets for MarchDr. Seuss Word Search Puzzle - Can your favorite Seuss character be found in this puzzle?
Using a or an - Students will complete each sentence with a or an.
Reading Readiness 1 - Complete each sentence with a word from the word box then color the pictures.
Addition Drills to 18 - This set of ten five minute addition drills includes ten pages of horizontal and vertical practice with one hundred problems per page.
Healthy Foods - Preschool children will color the fruits and vegetables and mark an X on the foods that are not healthy.
Using Synonyms - Identify synonyms in sentence.
Writing a Friendly Letter Worksheet Set - This set reviews the parts of a letter, addressing an envelope, and provides a sheet for students to write a friendly letter.
Adjectives Worksheet 2 - Circle the adjectives found in each sentence.
Rounding Numbers to the Nearest Ten Packet
Story Sequencing - This is a two page worksheet in which students will read nursery rhymes then number the order of events.
News, What's New, and What We're Working On
Many long-time users of this site have requested standards alignment for the educational materials found on this site. You will now find over five hundred worksheets aligned to the Common Core State Standards. Each worksheet or group of worksheets which have been updated now include a brief description, recommended grade or grade range, page count, CCSS domain and/or cluster notation, and comments from users. The newly aligned worksheets are available for viewing and printing in .pdf format.
We believe that parents and teachers are best able to choose materials best suited to a particular child's needs regardless of any current "standard". As always, Tlsbooks encourages you to use materials best suited to the ability and interest of each child regardless of grade level or standards alignment.
We will inform you of new materials or interesting finds via Twitter, Google+ and Facebook. You are also welcome to visit our What's New page for the latest worksheet additions.
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This site was last updated on 7/02/17.
Content created by Tracey Smith.