Daily Free Learning Workbooks for Teachers to Share with Parents while Schools are Closed - Kids will actually do these!
Does anyone else feel like the world's current situation sounds like a short story written by a first-grader? First, there was a bad virus, COVID-19. Next, the world ran out of toilet paper. Finally, nobody had to go to school, and all the parents had to stay home from work. They printed homeschool worksheets and tried to help their kids learn. As unrealistic as this sounds, this is the current reality. So what do you do next? How can you help your child during these uncertain times? Here are a few resources and suggestions that may help you navigate the next few weeks at home.
Math Word Problems Worksheets Book
Kids often can solve traditional math worksheets, but when challenged with word problems, they stumble. The difficulties that kids have can start as early as first grade or kindergarten. With school closed try printing these math problem workbooks with your kids to give them extra practice with solving real world math.
Reading Comprehension with Math - Book #3
Spelling Challenge Workbooks
Mind Bending Critical Thinking Puzzle Workbooks For Kids
Try these math and logic problem workbooks with your kids for some brain-boosting fun. Each workbook starts with a logic puzzle and is filled with math problems and more logic problems to keep them busy. Want to challenge your kids more? Try giving them work from a different grade. The books are not labeled by grade, so why not try a fifth-grade book as a challenge for a fourth-grader?
Art, Movement, and Reading Challenges for Kids - Perfect for your refrigerator!
Kids need to color these in as they do them. If you have more than one child, print one for each and write their name on the bottom.
Back By Popular Demand - More Coding Workbooks!
Along with the puzzle worksheets and math workbooks, these coding workbooks have been the most requested. So glad to hear how much kids are enjoying these, especially since they are a lot different from the usual teacher worksheets.
Idea for Today - How about Teaching Kids Cursive?
Are you establishing screen time limits? Don't forget to include 15 to 45 minutes of traditional math worksheet practice using the free math workbooks here. Another idea that you won't easily find as an online game is writing cursive letters! Here are free books that you can use for second-, third-, fourth-, and fifth-graders. They have some cursive writing practice with a mix of math and other skills to practice, so kids won't get bored just doing cursive. With all this downtime, now is a great time to practice and teach cursive to your kids.
4-Page Sudoku Puzzle Workbook
Kids are going to love these little 4-page sudoku puzzle workbooks. These worksheets include standard sudokus, ones with spelling, ones with pictures, and math sudokus. Don't be surprised if your child asks for more!
This Week's Math Workbooks for Homeschooling
Daily workbook craziness continues! This week's math workbook is better than ever. Print it out and put it on the kitchen table. Don't feel as if you HAVE to print the grade that your child is in; use whatever works!
Ready to Homeschool Your Kids?
Parents, we are here to help with free worksheets that will give your kids practice in math, reading, and writing. Are you ready for them?
Sibling Challenge Word Search and Vocabulary Builders
Coloring with Math
It's always a great time to take a break with some coloring. Just don't tell your kids they will be doing math at the same time! These books are awesome!
Missing Digits Math Worksheets with Mixed Math Practice
Daily workbook craziness continues with missing digits challenge pages. Not only that - every other page is a mixed math worksheet page.
Homeschooling Worksheets to Teach Your Kids While School is Closed
Who doesn't like a good word search? But these books will introduce kids to so many different puzzles. And, yup, some math pages also!
Daily workbook craziness continues! How about an all-new math workbook to challenge those little ones stuck at home? Throw it on the kitchen table and let them pick and choose the math pages to do!
If you want more math or you prefer reading or writing, look below. But for now, how about a coding book?
Math Puzzle Worksheets
Who doesn't love a good puzzle? These small puzzle books are easy for kids to do and will give them some new challenges for following directions.
Reading Comprehension with Math - Book #1
Math Workbook for the Week!
These are perfect little math workbooks to share with parents. It combines a mix of fun math puzzles and challenging problems that won't bore kids.
Kids will enjoy some creative writing with this writing challenge workbook.
Free Amusing Activity Book for Kids
Are your kids ready for spring? Baseball may be delayed, but the flowers won't be. Let them enjoy this amusing workbook!
March Jumbo Math Worksheets Books
Try these workbooks for lots of pages for you to randomly give your kids!
Kindergarten, 1st grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th grade, 6th grade, or middle school math pages for your kids!
Set a Realistic Schedule and Have your Kids Try To Make One
At one time or another, most adults have probably dreamed about being forced to stay home and tackle those projects that never seem to get done. While initially this may be the case and lonely drawers will finally be organized, lazy pajama days may need to be replaced by a schedule of some sort. Setting a family schedule may help save your sanity and create a sense of normalcy for your kids.
When you think through a daily schedule for your family, be sure to keep your expectations realistic. If your children are not voracious readers, don't suddenly expect them to read independently for six hours a day. Map out a day that includes time for academics with and without technology. Create an opportunity for some worksheets, online math games and search YouTube for art lessons. Incorporate daily movement outside with the help of sites like Go Noodle or YouTube. Set aside time for journaling or letter writing. You may also want to include time for life skills. These weeks at home are perfect for cooking, baking, laundry and house cleaning.
This may be challenging for the younger kids to make their own school day schedule, but they will be able to handle it. Even if they end up with a 90 minute snack time, let them work through the schedule one day to see how they did. Then maybe they can make a BETTER schedule for the next day!
Print Practice Pages
Daily practice and review of skills will be very important over the next few weeks. Take advantage of these fun and engaging daily workbooks from edHelper.com. These varied activities will give you both something to look forward to. They will enjoy having something fun and different to do each day. You will enjoy the fact that you aren't stuck wasting time scouring the internet for quality practice pages.
Keep Calm and Parent On
Remember that your children will look to you as they determine how they are supposed to respond to their time at home and the current state of the world. Approach each day with a sense of hope and hug those you love, but stay six feet away from everyone else! Use the tools at your disposal and make the most of this time you have together.
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If you're a Tiger Mom, ferociously looking for more math materials for your children, look no futher than our Math Worksheets and Math Challenge Books. Allow your child to review critical skills or push them to think critically about new ones. While there are several options for online math games, videos, and tutorials, research still shows the power of paper and pencil when it comes to developing and internalizing skills and standards. Allow these resources to help you limit screen time and encourage strategic academic growth.
As a new homeschooling parent, you most likely have a new appreciation for what your child's teacher does each day, especially when you consider that he or she works with close to thirty students at a time! When school finally resumes, parents will no doubt be ready to shower their children's teachers with praise, but, until then, edHelper.com will keep you and your children engaged with the high-quality and engaging materials you need.
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