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Does your fifth grader know how to spell Kwanzaa? What about Hanukkah? This challenging crossword will have him puzzling over all things winter.

Help your child learn weather words with this climate-themed word search.

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Heres a geography challenge for your fifth grader. Full of trivia like state nicknames and state birds, shes sure to learn something new.

For all you mad scientists, here is a helpful lab safety 101! Youll get to read a few basic rules, and then complete a word search.

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This dino connect the dots has the alphabet for kids to practice their lower case letters and fine motor skills.

Kids learn important plant and animal cell vocabulary as they plug the words into their correct spots and complete the puzzle.

Kindergarteners can play their way to reading mastery with this printable board game that offers practice in reading and phonics, vocabulary, and word building!

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Whats the weather like today? Heres a word search perfect for any budding meteorologist.

If your 5th grade is crazy for crosswords, shell be pleased with this offering.

Kids wont mind practicing their ABCs on this cute teddy bear dot to dot printable.

Is your kid having trouble with contractions? Try out this simple memory matching game.

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Martin Luther King Jr. Crossword Puzzle

Celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day with a fun crossword puzzle, all about this important figure of the Civil Rights Movement!

Got a kid crazy for Mad Libs? This summertime edition of the classic kids game works on writing hardware that kids encounter in later elementary years.

Can your kid help mama bird reach her babies? As he follows the path from one to 20, hell get more comfortable counting to 20 and have fun while hes at it.

Our large selection of printable games for kids covers a variety of subjects for children who want to improve their math, science, or reading skills, and for children who solely want to have fun with mazes, board games, and puzzles. These are great for helping children develop abstract thinking abilities, fine motor skills, and persistence.

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This easy word search is perfect for your kindergarten child to start on his reading and writing skills.

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A riff on classic dot-to-dots, this dino worksheet asks kids to connect the dots from A to Z.

Learning your ABCs is a snap with this fun dot to dot coloring page featuring a dog in a doghouse.

Challenge your first grader by having her connect the dots from 1 to 50 to complete the picture of the friendly lion.

Whats hiding behind those pesky numbers? Connect the dots from the numbers 1-10 to find out!

April showers bring May flowers! Use the clues to fill in the blank boxes in this rain-themed spring crossword puzzle.

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Life Science Crossword: Plant and Animal Cells

Bring along a copy of this matching socks game for long car rides and long waits, and keep your childs boredom at bay.

Kindergarten Letter Roll Reading Game

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Teach your little scientist about warm-blooded animals with this fun printable word search.

What better way to help your kindergartener learn sight words that with a fun round of Sight Words Bingo? Download our printable game boards and pieces to play!

Have some fun reviewing times tables with this multiplication crossword.

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