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Friends, I’m SO excited to give you information that is easy to use and truly benefits your children and OT students.  This week, I want to introduce you to Education.com

Michelle, a retired special education teacher referred me to the site…..THANKS!

Scroll through their website to find awesome printables and all sorts of activities to teach children critical skills for learning. They offer many themes and types of worksheets.

Here are some worksheet types to choose from:

  • Maze
  • Word search
  • Word search with images
  • Crossword puzzle
  • Word scramble
  • Addition
  • Subtraction
  • Division
  • Multiplication
  • Spelling Test
  • Matching words to images
  • Word Tracer

Right now their seasonal themes are popular: kayaking, hiking, water balloons, and back to school. Our other themes include school days, dinosaurs, outer space, and more.

 

Looking for a course to help kids with learning disorders? We have you covered!

 

Education.com has offered YOU a free worksheet!

What better way to practice your penmanship and reading skills than with this fun dinosaur themed word tracer activity! Check out Education.com for more exciting handwriting practice skills like this one!

Click here to download it word tracer_kindergarten activities (1)

 

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