Learning about the parts of the body? These body parts clip cards will help young learners to get to know some of our external body parts and will be a great addition to your human anatomy unit.
The set includes 24 body parts clip cards.
Each card has a big image of a body part on it and three written body parts to choose from. Kids need to recognize the body part and clip a clothespin onto the correct answer below.
Outer body parts included: hand, mouth, teeth, nose, eyebrow, eye, toes, ear, tongue, face, leg, head, foot, chest, arm, knee, elbow, chin, lips, finger, hair, shoulder, belly, and armpit.
If you want these body parts clip cards to last, we suggest laminating them. Students can also use dry-erase markers on the laminated cards to mark their answers.
Teach your kids or students about some of the most frequent sight words (found in pre-primer sight words list) by offering them this set of Chinese New Year color by sight word worksheets.
These worksheets are great for New Year and you can use them any other time of the year as well, as they are fun and simple to color in.
They are appropriate for preschoolers and kindergarteners who love coloring.
The pages include the following sight words: a, and, come, find, here, in, look, make, my, play to, two (within Dolch pre-primer sight words list)
They will color three Chinese-themed pages.
On the first one, there is a Chinese dragon. The second page has a big dancing lion on it, and on the last one, there is a fan, a lantern and two oranges to color.
Have your kids learn about different shapes the fun way using this set of Chinese New Year color by shape worksheets.
These pages are appropriate for preschoolers and kids in kindergarten.
The set includes basic shapes such as a triangle, a circle, a pentagon, an ellipse, a square, a rectangle, a kite, and a hexagon.
There are three pages to color in. Kids need to find the shapes and color the areas marked with them with the given color.
They will be coloring a big Chinese dragon on the first page, a Chinese Lion dance on the second one, and some traditional items and fruits on the last page.
Celebrate the Lunar New Year by coloring some Chinese New Year themed worksheets and learn how the numbers are written. This is a great way to have your kids practice reading number words.
The set includes 3 Chinese New Year number word worksheets to color.
It is appropriate for preschoolers and kindergarteners. Kids will strengthen their reading and fine motor skills while coloring the areas.
The pages include numbers from 1 to 5.
Kids will have fun coloring a Chinese dragon, a traditional Lion dance on the second page, and on the third page a fan, a lantern, and two oranges.
This set of Chinese New Year color by numbers sense worksheets is a great way to learn about different ways to show a number.
The set includes numbers up to 5 and is appropriate for pre-K and K.
On each page, kids need to find the same values on the picture and color that areas with the same colors.
The sheets include number words, numbers, five frames, finger counting images, tally marks, and dice.
They are great for introducing Chinese New Year and number recognition to your kids or students in a fun way.
Kids will be coloring 3 different Chinese New Year themed pages. On the first one, there is a well known Chinese dragon. The second one has a Chinese Lion dance on it, and on the last one, there are some traditional items – a fan, a lantern, and two oranges.
Help your students practice subtraction with numbers within 10 with this fun Chinese New Year worksheet set.
These subtraction worksheets are great for the New Year or at any other time when your kid needs some fun math practice.
Students need to use their subtraction skills to complete a math quest in order to color the pages.
They will love coloring traditional Chinese designs and learn how to subtract numbers from 1 to 10 at the same time.
There are 3 different sheets in this set. Young learners will be coloring a Chinese dragon, a Lion dance, a fan, a lantern, and oranges.
These Chinese New Year color by code addition worksheets are fun and easy to practice simple addition! There are 3 different “addition within 5” pages in the set.
The coloring pages will help your students to develop an understanding of adding numbers.
The pages include addition with sums up to 5.
On each page, there is a traditional Chinese design. On the first page, students will need to solve the addition equations and color a dragon. The second page has a Chinese Lion dance on it. And on the last one, there is a fan, a lantern, and two oranges.
Start the year by introducing your kids or students to this fun Chinese New Year color by number worksheets.
Learning number recognition by coloring by code is excellent for strengthening fine motor skills and a fun and engaging way to practice numbers.
The worksheets include numbers from 1 to 5.
These worksheets are appropriate for preschool and kindergarten.
On the first page, students will be coloring a Chinese dragon, the second page has a traditional dancing lion to color in, and on the last page, young learners will color some traditional Chinese arrangements such as oranges, a fan, and a lantern.
Celebrate China’s biggest holiday with these color by code Chinese New Year worksheets.
They will come in handy for New Year or as a nice letter recognition practice.
There are three color by code sheets in this set. They include uppercase and lowercase letters as a key for coloring.
These alphabet worksheets are fun and easy to practice letter recognition in and are appropriate for preschoolers and kids in kindergarten.
On the first one, there is a Chinese dragon. The second one has a traditional Lion dance image to color in. The last page includes a Chinese fan, a traditional lantern, and two oranges.