What Will Your Child Learn in Kindergarten? - FamilyEducation

# What Your Child Will Learn

A few of the essentials your child will learn this year include how to follow rules, basic writing, and beginner math skills.

Let's add! Count all of the items in each number sentence and fill in the sum on the blank line. read more

Let's add! Count all of the items in each number sentence and fill in the sum on the blank line. read more

### Airplanes Doodle Page

Finish the picture! Break out the crayons or pencils and complete this drawing of high-flying planes in the sky. read more

### Alphabet Game: Upper and Lower Case Concentration

Have fun reviewing upper and lower case letters of the alphabet with this Curious George matching game. read more

### Beach Day Doodle Page

Finish the picture! Break out the crayons or pencils and complete this drawing of a cool sand castle or sculpture at the beach. read more

### Beach Day Find the Difference

Something is missing! Practice comparison skills by spotting the differences in these two drawings of a fun day at the beach. read more

### Bell Connect the Dots

Connect the dots! Learn to count and practice good pencil skills with this ringing bell dot-to-dot. read more

### Complete the Set: Dolls, Goats, and More

How many are missing? Complete the set with the correct number of items by drawing the missing ones. read more

### Complete the Set: Stars, Fish, and More

How many are missing? Complete the set with the correct number of items by drawing the missing ones. read more

Practice counting and grouping with this math printable featuring Curious George. read more

### Curious George Bunny Maze

Help Curious George and Mother bunny make their way through the maze in this printable extension activity for Curious George and the Bunny. read more

### Curious George Coloring Sheet

Children will enjoy using their imagination to illustrate a scene from the Curious George series in this printable coloring sheet. read more

### Curious George Jungle Maze

Extend children's enjoyment of the Curious George series as they help George find his way through this jungle maze. read more

### Curious George Learns the Alphabet Word Game

Review the alphabet with a fun task featuring Curious George. In this printable, children are challenged to manipulate the letters in "alphabet" to form as many words as they can. read more

### Curious George Matching Fun

Develop children's ability to match and group objects with this Curious George printable. read more

### Curious George's Opposites

Build young children's vocabulary and teach them about opposites with this illustrated Curious George activity. read more

### Curious George: Ding-a-ling-a-ling!

Familiarize children with the numbers and letters on a telephone as they write and solve number sentences in this math printable. read more

### Delivery Truck Doodle Page

Finish the picture! Break out the crayons or pencils and complete this drawing of a sturdy delivery truck. read more

### Do You Know What Your Kindergartner Should Know?

Will she learn to count up to 20, 50, or 100 this year? Find out what kindergartners should know with this quiz. read more

### Finish the Numbers in the Sky

Fill in the missing number in each sequence of numbers in the sky. read more

### Finish the Sequence 1

Finish the pattern! Circle the next image in the sequence. read more

### Finish the Sequence 2

Finish the pattern! Circle the next image in the sequence. read more

### Funky Glasses

Color and cut the funky glasses, and then attach them to a stick for some masked fun! read more

Color and cut the bird mask, and then attach it to a stick for some masked fun! read more

Color and cut the glasses, and then attach them to a stick for some masked fun! read more

### Hot Air Balloon Color by Number

Use the code at the bottom to match each color with its corresponding number to reveal the hot air balloon. read more

### How They Grow in Kindergarten

How They Grow in KindergartenWhere They AreThe average five-year-old is enthusiastic, helpful, and conforming. He:Attempts only things he knows he can do.Needs attention, affection, and praise.Is energetic and fidgety.Has a short attention span.May show opposite extremes of behavior.May become less well-behaved as the school year progresses.Where They're GoingAt five years old, your child is learning to understandherself. You can help by encouraging her as she: read more