Emotions should always be a common theme because students have a hard time expressing themselves! In the emoticon worksheet, students match emotions with emoticons.
Every kid loves comic books. But what if the comic didn’t have any words in them? In this comic book creation worksheet, students fill in the empty speech bubbles with an interesting story.
How well do your students know their ABCs? Instead of a normal story, students create a story with each sentence consecutively from A to Z.
Have you ever wanted to be a detective? Now, you can with 7 detective activities. Like Sherlock Holmes, you get clues and solve challenging puzzles.
Two pictures look identical, but they’re not. Students have to spot the differences in both scenes. Circle all ten of them.
Among the numerous benefits of coloring, these Halloween coloring sheets are tons of fun and introduces the topic of Halloween.
If you’re in the need for Christmas coloring worksheets, we have ten activities that are free and printable for your classroom to use.
Print out these food coloring pages for your class or children featuring a nice color assortment of popular foods like vegetables and meat.
In groups of four, students search for clues in class. The detectives memorize and pass it on to the secretary. After all clues are collected, they solve the puzzle worksheet.
Einstein’s riddle is a challenging detective-style activity because it’s believed Einstein created this at a young age.