These alphabet coloring sheets will help little ones identify uppercase and lowercase versions of each letter. Each printable highlights a word that starts with the corresponding letter, so your child will also increase vocabulary and language skills.
A bright red apple is a delicious and healthy snack for after school.
The beach or the backyard is a cool place to toss around an inflatable ball.
This friendly cat is good company and a welcome addition to any family.
Imagine a time when large and impressive dinosaurs still roamed this earth.
This gentle and playful creature loves to eat tree bark, grasses, and fruits.
A single bloom is a lovely, sunny way to brighten up a room.
This string instrument can be used to play favorite children's sing-along songs.
A toy hammer can teach your child motor skills and hand-eye coordination.
Cold and sweet, an ice cream cone is a perfect treat on a warm day.
Get moving with skipping-rope rhymes and hand-clapping games like Jack Be Nimble and Miss Mary Mack.
Kangaroos, usually found in Australia, hop and bounce like pogo sticks.
This swirled candy can keep kids quiet and occupied for hours.
The moon may not be made out of cheese, but one day people may call it home.
Watch out -- kids should always stay away from sharp and dangerous objects!
With its eight tentacles, this octopus is getting ready to shake everyone's hands.
This little piggy might be on his way to the market.
Royal members are never without a gold crown and precious jewels.
Blast off into outer space and explore great, unknown frontiers.
Wish upon a star and see dreams come true!
Hold an afternoon tea party and invite all teddy bear and doll friends.
On rainy days, a colorful umbrella can make anyone smile.
The violin, an elegant cousin of the guitar, can showcase classical melodies.
A wagon is a smart way to transport toys, stuffed animals, books, and pets.
Children love learning about music while banging away at this unique instrument.
Yarn can magically become a cozy hat, scarf, and gloves to keep kids warm in winter.
This exotic animal is usually found in Africa, but kids can spot one at the local zoo.
All printable coloring pages reprinted with permission of Reading Is Fundamental (RIF.org). Copyright ? 2013 Meredith Corporation.