{Inspiring} Printable Resources for kids learning

by Katrina - The Organised Housewife

Finishing up this week on back to school posts I wanted to share with you some great resources I have found on the web.  All my 3 kids are very different academically, some of my finds help them to understand what they are learning at school in a relaxed home environment.

 This would have to be my favourite printable as learning to tell time can be a struggle.  I printed the sheets and we use to play ‘time concentration’, also can be printed back to back and used as flash cards.


Image credit: www.loryevanspage.blogspot.com

Below you will find some other ‘resources’ that may inspire you.

More resources for kids learning

Learning Charts, Verb, Noun & Adjective

find more details here


find more details here

Times Tables

find more details here

 Handwriting worksheets

Download from:  Handwriting Worksheets

Multiplication songs and tricks to help kids remember

Download from:  Ginger Snaps

Common words spelt various ways

Download from:  English Channel

Helps to remember how to write b and d the right way

Download from:  Come together kids

Reading prompts to help writers block

Download from:  What the teacher wants

Really helpful maths puzzle

Download from:  Relentlessly fun, deceptively educational

Inspire them with a print on the wall

Available from: ParadaCreations

Wish I knew this at school, I’ll keep this for when my kids are learning about pie

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Do you use any online learning resources/Printables?  


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Renae Harper on Facebook January 27, 2012 - 5:55 AM

I’d love some educational iPad apps for ages two up?

Renae Harper on Facebook January 27, 2012 - 6:06 AM

And thanks that one is a great resource!!!

Neshandcheryl January 27, 2012 - 8:59 AM

thank you for this great info, as a home schooling mom this kind of help is fantastic.

Katrina January 27, 2012 - 9:59 PM

pleased you find it handy

Melissa Mitchell January 27, 2012 - 9:12 AM

These are great. We do use some for Alexander. I’m going to borrow the handwriting ones. His FMS are still an issue (not uncommon with autism) and his handwriting is his biggest cause of stress at school. I’m going to go and download the time ones right now. He slips up a bit with telling time on an analogue clock.

Katrina January 27, 2012 - 9:58 PM

We love the time printables Mel, can be used in many different ways 🙂

Channy January 30, 2012 - 9:24 AM

Thankyou for this!!


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