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More Printables for Ages 8-10

 
Minecraft offers a world of educational content. Read about how your child can learn with Minecraft, both in the classroom and at home.
Take 7- to 10-year-olds on a summer reading adventure with this “fabumouse” Geronimo Stilton event kit! Download reproducible activities and games.
Tra-la-laa! Take 8- to 12-year-olds on a super summer reading adventure with Captain Underpants! Download reproducible activities and games.
Your family can celebrate the changing seasons with this event kit inspired by "Hi, Koo!: A Year of Seasons" by Jon J. Muth.
Navigating mazes is a great way to help her develop writing and critical-thinking skills. Your child can try it with this St. Patrick's Day printable clover maze!
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 Mania" by Cynthia Lord
Help your child count and develop his critical-thinking skills by connecting the numbered dots to reveal the hidden image on this Valentine printable.
Teach your child how to draw Captain Underpants and encourage him to illustrate and write his own Captain Underpants story.
Your little Captain Underpants fan will love this silly coloring sheet.
Encourage kids to get creative with this coloring sheet. Inspired by "The Adventures of Ook and Gluk" written by the characters George and Harold from the Captain Underpants series.
Foster your child’s creativity with this super coloring sheet. Inspired by "Super Diaper Baby 2" written by the characters George and Harold from the Captain Underpants series.
When George and Harold Make fun of Professor Poopypants, he gets revenge and makes everyone change their name. Use Professor Poopypants’s Name Change-O-Chart to find out your child’s new name.
Principal Krupp becomes Captain Underpants every time someone snaps his or her fingers. Encourage your child’s creativity by having her design what her cape would look like if she was a superhero.
Kids can learn to draw Boris, the adventurous warthog, in just a few easy steps. Download the activity now.

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