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More Printables for Ages 3-5

More Printables for Ages 3-5

 
Steve and Wessley are two friends who always seem to get into the silliest situations! Have fun using this free downloadable coloring sheet with your 3- to 5-year-...
Steve and Wessley are two friends who always seem to get into the silliest situations! Have fun using this free, downloadable drawing activity with your 3- to 5-...
Steve and Wessley are two friends who always seem to get into the silliest situations! Have fun creating this puppet with your 3- to 5-year-old child.
Steve and Wessley are two friends who always seem to get into the silliest situations! Have fun creating this puppet with your 3- to 5-year-old child.
Encourage kids to show their dad how mighty he is! Color in the card and write a message too! Inspired by "Mighty Dads" by Joan Holub, illustrated by...
Help your child match the little and big trucks. Inspired by "Mighty Dads" by Joan Holub, illustrated by James Dean.
Ask your child to help this little dump truck through the maze to find his dad. Inspired by "Mighty Dads" by Joan Holub, illustrated by James Dean.
What do you see in Jack’s tree? Can you find all the animals in the picture? Inspired by "The Tree House That Jack Built" by Bonnie Verburg and Mark...
Steve and Wessley are two friends who always seem to get into the silliest situations! Have fun using this free downloadable coloring activity with your 3- to 5-...
An adorable coloring sheet inspired by “Patti Cake and Her New Doll” by Patricia Reilly Giff and illustrated by Laura J. Bryant.
Sophia Grace and Rosie are hosting a talent show, and your child gets to star in it! Ask your child to draw a picture of his or her special talent. Inspired by...
Encourage your child’s critical thinking skills by helping Hot Rod Hamster through the maze to the Monster Truck! Inspired by "Hot Rod Hamster: Monster Truck...
Foster your child’s creativity with this coloring activity inspired by "The Good-Pie Party" by Liz Garton Scanlon.
In Jim Benton’s The End (Almost), Donut’s story is filled with unicorns and ice-cream cones! What magical creatures or favorite things would you like to include in...

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