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Writing Printables for Ages 3-5

Writing Printables for Ages 3-5

 
Have your child find her way through our rabbit maze. Navigating mazes is a great way to help her develop her writing and critical-thinking skills.
Help your child write a heartfelt thank-you note to a teacher at the end of the semester or school year.
Your child will love practicing writing with this rhyme-based printable minibook.
Let your child fill in the blanks to craft a beautiful and heartfelt message to his or her teacher. Perfect for Teacher Appreciation Day or any day!
Help your child learn about the 50 states from the backseat of your car.
Share this maze activity from the “full-throttle” picture book, “Little Red’s Riding ‘Hood” with your child.
These heart balloons need strings. Ask your child to draw along the dotted line to add strings to each balloon!
Make a valentine for someone special! Color and decorate the card however you like and help your child write a message inside.
Kids can connect the dots to reveal the welcoming picture of the Frosty Star that sits atop the Astroblast Space Station.
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...
Lily just got a new pet! Your child will enjoy connecting the dots and coloring in this kitten! Inspired by Adam Stower, creator of "Silly Doggy!"
Steve and Wessley are two friends who always seem to get into the silliest situations! Have fun using this free downloadable activity with your 3- to 5-year-old.
Help your developing reader learn to identify important sight words with this word search.
Help your child practice counting and strengthen fine motor skills with this adorable connect-the-dots activity inspired by “A Bunny in the Ballet” by Robert Beck.

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