With all the uncertainty going on with COVID-19 and how long kids will be home from school it’s a good idea to have some things for the kids to do. Whether you plan to stick to a COVID-19 daily Schedule for While the Kids are Home or not, giving them some activity sheets to do will help them stay entertained, learning, and stay prepared for when they head back to school. If you don’t plan on sticking to a schedule, I totally get it, you can still print out a few pages of activities for them to do throughout the day. That’s why I’ve compiled a list of free educational printables for kids.
I’m all about FREE. Since incomes could be limited during this time free things to keep the kids busy is a must. Crafts my kids can do with items found around the house, like toilet paper rolls, FREE printables to keep them entertained, and FREE websites where they can play games while learning.
Free Educational Printables for Kids
Laura Kelly Designs – Laura Kelly offers a variety of free printables for kids from math, crossword puzzles, coloring pages, journal pages, activity packs and much more!
Simple Everyday Mom – Sam offers a variety of cute printables, but her animal printables are adorable and perfect for preschools to practice writing their letters, coloring by letter, matching, and more. Her Dinosaur printables are also equally cute, fun, and educational.
The Natural Homeschool – Tanya has a huge database with over 200 free printables with themes every child will love while learning.
Dazzling Daily Deals – Amber’s Firefighter themed activity pack looks like lots of fun and comes with Bingo, matching, counting, and writing.
All About Baby Blog – Linda just released her Easter worksheets for kids, make sure to sign up for her newsletter to get them for free. The Easter worksheets cover rhyming, coloring, letters, and more.
Hess Un-Academy – Charlene has a great Multiplication worksheet bundle with over 16 free worksheets.
A+ Teaching Resources – Vikki has a huge library of printables, with many being free. There are dot sheets, math, writing, and more. Vikki also offers a subscription for just a few dollars a month where you can get unlimited access to her printable library.
Planes and Balloons – Kristina has several St. Patricks Day and Spring related printables for kids. From math, counting, matching, and more.
Messy Little Monster – Louise has a great Book Template for kids. Kids should be reading every day, whether in school or not, and this is a great way for them to recap what they read. Older kids and write a summary while smaller kids can draw a picture.
Paper Heart Family – Brenda’s printable letter crafts are so cute and you could even print them out and turn them into an alphabet book for little kids!
Fantastic Fun and Learning – Shauuna offers a lot of preschool printables from activities for them to do to planning materials.
The Artisan Life – Natasha has free printables in holiday themes with coloring, bingo, and more.
Mama Teachers – Brandi has a Reading Bingo that I am loving in addition to a lot of other homeschooling resources.
April Golightly – April’s sight word worksheets are perfect for little ones still learning their words.
Living Life and Learning – Monique’s Human Body Printable is perfect for teaching kids about their bodies and what’s inside them.
My Three Readers – Amy’s A-Z Alphabet Worksheets are perfect for young learners.
Sylvan Learning – Sylvan Learning is offering 30 free printable math worksheets.
Look We’re Learning – Selena’s Math Worksheets are bee themed and great for kids working on their counting. She also has other printables available like her Shape Sort printable.
Ottawa Mommy Club – Lyne’s Some Bunny Loves You Alphabet Game is perfect for Easter that is right around the corner.
The Flying Couponer – Mary’s Winter Theme Preschool worksheets are perfect since Frozen 2 was released early by Disney.
Nanny to Mommy – Diana has a bunch of movie-themed printables available for kids from some of their favorite movies. Coloring, games, and more!
Yes We Made This – Ula has a library of 50+ printables when you sign up for her free newsletter.
Liz on Call – Liz has made all of her COLORING printables free when you use code STAYHOME.
Love-The-Day – Lindi has also made her printables library free. She has some coloring pages and charts for kids.
Mrs. Arnolds Art Room – Jessie also has some free coloring pages available in her shop.
Education.com – has a variety of worksheets available in a variety of subjects and ages.
Greatschools.org – Great schools has over 1400 worksheets available for kids.
Trend Enterprises – They have a few free printables available and they also carry some really fund educational games for kids!