Disclosure: I received this complimentary product through the Homeschool Review Crew
My kids, especially the younger set, really love to draw and color. They don’t even care if what they’re coloring is “regular” or “educational.” That’s why Super Teacher Worksheets is such a good fit for our family! With tens of thousands of worksheets, all in an easy-to-print PDF format, you’re sure to find something for your kids, too.
Super Teacher Worksheets is a fantastic site for finding worksheets for quite literally every subject imaginable for elementary students. If you have a preschooler that you want to introduce to letters, they have worksheets for that. If you have a second grader who needs help with reading practice and comprehension, they have worksheets for that. And if you have a fifth grade student who almost understands their math lesson but needs a bit of extra practice, they have worksheets for that too!
It’s quite easy to find what you’re looking for by simply browsing the subjects listed along the left sidebar of the website. Click on what you’re looking for, and you’ll be taken to the page with the worksheets for that subject. From there, you can browse for the exact worksheet that will fit your needs. The PDFs are downloadable and printable right from your computer or tablet.
As I mentioned, my kids love to color. This is something that Dragonfly (6) and Bumblebee (almost 4) especially enjoy. They could literally sit at the table and color for hours and hours. So for the past few weeks, I swapped out their coloring books for Super Teacher Worksheets printouts.
Dragonfly is right on the cusp of taking off in his reading, so for him I focused on the worksheets in the category of “early literacy” and “reading and writing.” We did a few of the first grade reading comprehension pages, and he did several of the word family booklets on his own.
Bumblebee is very precocious and knows a lot of the basic kindergarten things already (shapes, colors, he can count to 20 and identify several of the letters and numbers), so I found some worksheets for him to help develop his fine motor skills a bit, like tracing the shapes (the circles to make a snowman, for example).
Even Grasshopper got some worksheets. When we were working on a different bit of summer school, it became very apparent to me that he did not remember how to subtract properly, so he got some less fun worksheets to get him back up to speed on that. He wasn’t thrilled, but he quickly remembered how to subtract, so it was a win in my book!
Worksheets are a wonderful tool, and one that I have no problem implementing into our days – even during summer break. If your kids also like paper activities, I highly suggest giving Super Teacher Worksheets a try. And don’t forget to head over to the Homeschool Review Crew site to read more reviews. I didn’t utilize the worksheet generator feature, but I’m sure some of my crewmates did, so I really recommend you read another review or two to learn about that.