From the alphabet to handwriting, to math and grammar worksheets, and everything in between, you will find most of what you need here, in one place, instead of having to search all over the internet each time you need a worksheet.
Let me share with you some of the worksheets and topics that I particularly liked.
I found a couple of synonym workbooks for the 6th to 8th grade range, and it even had the answer sheets!
I will print these out for a change of pace from our normal work.
They would also be good for taking in the car.
They actually have quite a bit of writing and grammar pages for the 6-8 grade range.
For math, they have an awesome variety.
They have the cutest worksheets for the little ones, such as counting the farm animals, or counting the veggies. Too cute!!!
If you are teaching money, you will find their worksheets very helpful. You can generate a new set of counting money sheets every time you need one, so you are not stuck with just one particular page.
With the Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication and Division sheets, you can generate new pages also, so you can have a new page each day.
Now, they do have math pages for the older ages with topics such as Algebra, but you can not generate new sheets for these, so you are more limited in amount of worksheets.
They also have a handful of Science and Social Studies Workbooks, which are very much like notebooking pages, so you may be able to find just what you need in notebooking pages here as well.
There are a large amount of notebooking pages on history for the upper grades.
I found several notebooking pages to go along with what we are studying right now.
We found The Thirteen Colonies, and American Revolution pages. I was thrilled!
I am doing a letter of the Week program with my son this year, and I am making my own program.
I was very excited to see that they had alphabet worksheets that had both the uppercase and lowercase letters on the same page.
You can choose to print these off in color, or black and white so that your child can color the pages themselves.
Here is an example of some of the alphabet pages I printed off.
One of my favorite areas is the seasonal section.
Here you will find handwriting pages, math pages, alphabet pages, writing pages, and so on.
All of the pages correlate to whatever season you are in.
I found this awesome Autumn tree with alphabet letter leaves to go along with my letter of the week program.
I printed it out, and then I cut it out and glued it onto a bigger piece of poster board, and let my son decorate it.
We will simply add one leaf a week as we learn that letter.
If there is a holiday, there will be holiday worksheets too!
I think it is a pretty cool website with most of what I would need on a daily basis, and I think it would save me a lot of time searching for individual pages.
The price for a membership is very reasonable.
For $29 you will get a free 10 day trial, and then 12 months of access, OR, you could get 2 years for $49, and save ten bucks!
If you are a person who likes to print off worksheets for your kids on a regular basis, I really think you will find this site very helpful.
I think the investment in money would also be an investment in your time.
Why not give the 10 day free trial a chance and see if it works for you.
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