Telling Time Activity


Telling Time Activity

Telling Time Activity

Telling time for children is made fun with animal clock worksheets. Color, cut, and paste to build your own happy analog clock. All of the clock parts have labels. Included within this packet is a whimsical elephant coo coo clock coloring page displaying each individual minute. Practice handwriting while writing the hour and tracing minutes in digital form. Read the digital form of time, trace the time, and draw the missing minute and hour hands to tell the time activities. Five minute intervals to trace, cut out, and paste under the correct analog clock. Hour and five-minute interval analog animal clocks need to have the correct digital form written below them. Digital read outs need analog clock missing hands drawn. Past the hour or till the next labeled coloring page. Draw a circle around the analog animal clocks that are past the hour or till the next. Cut out clocks and paste into groups of quarter past the hour, half past the hour, or quarter till the hour.

Numbers 1-10 Activity Worksheets

Addition Activity Worksheets

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Addition Activity Worksheets


Addition Activity Worksheets

Addition Activity Worksheets

 

 

Addition Activity Worksheets are chock-full of beginning math concepts. Writing numbers and writing corresponding numerals. Counting is the start of addition. Writing number order to 10 leads to place value understanding. Recognize different sets of objects form a group. Add groups of objects to find a total. Complete step by step break down of an addition sentence.

Does your child need number writing practice? Try Numbers 1-10 Activity Worksheets.

 

Tracing Shapes Activity

Tracing Lines Activity

Printable Handwriting Practice Worksheets

 

Numbers 1-10 Activity Worksheets


Numbers 1-10 Activity Worksheets

Numbers 1-10 Activity Worksheets

Numbers 1-10 Activity Worksheets

Numbers 1-10 Activity Worksheets packet contains many different basic math concepts for preschoolers, kindergarten, and homeschooling. Counting, number recognition, and practice writing numbers 1-10. Identifying different shapes, colors, and following directions. Number recognition practice by matching the number of objects to the number written. Included are two pages of addition problems and a printable counting chart of the numbers 1-10.

First Teachers color key code for handwriting is included.

http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Printable-Handwriting-Practice-Worksheets-650005

Printable Independence Day Fourth of July Activities


Independence Day Cover

 

 

Printable Independence Day Fourth of July Activities
contains the words to the Declaration Of Independence. Build a 3D replica of the Statue of Liberty or a rocket. Color, cut and paste Lady Liberty’s crown to wear. A flag of the United States of America to color, a color by letter, a word search, a word scramble, a picture Sudoku, 2 different level mazes, picture matching, counting, number recognition, a hidden picture find, coloring pages, coloring cutting and pasting activities, and a themed writing paper to beat the summer heat.

 

http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Printable-Independence-Day-Fourth-of-July-Activities-750419

 

Pop-Up Mother’s Day Card Children Can Create


Pop-up Mother's Day Card

Create a Pop-up Mother’s Day Card a child

Pop-Up Mother’s Day Card Children Can Create! Every thing a child in your life needs to make a Mother’s Day Pop-Up for that special woman in their life can be found here.

 

Printable Saint Patrick’s Day Activities


Printable Saint Patrick’s Day Activities for children aged pre-school – 4th grade. Leprechauns on the loose in 23 pages to color, hidden pictures to find, mazes, color by letter, word search, word scramble, addition, counting, a Saint Patrick’s Day themed writing page, picture Sudoku, color cut and paste Leprechaun hat to wear, and a clever clover counting page for a little luck.

Printable Saint Patrick's Day Activities

Printable Saint Patrick’s Day Activities

Printable Saint Patrick’s Day Activities

What is Communism?


Communist Leaders

Chairman Mao, Vladimir Lenin, and Joseph Stalin surround themselves with children to look more friendly.

 

 

What is Communism? Communism is the government ownership of farms, industries, stores, transportation, public services, schools, news media, censored internet, energy, labor, and military all in the name of the people. Communist theology explains all mans ails derive from wealth and material greed. A dictator/monarchy is in the seat of power. Officials are not elected. Communist regimes are Atheists. Dr. Martin Luther King said, “for the Communist there is no divine government, no absolute moral order, there are no fixed, immutable principles; consequently almost anything – force, violence, murder, lying – is a justifiable means.”

Histories most notorious Communist leaders are Moa Zedong, Vladimir Lenin, and Joseph Stalin. Moa Zedong, established the People’s Republic of China, is the most prolific mass murder being directly and indirectly responsible for nearly 80 million deaths. Male offspring were viewed with prestige and innumerable unborn female fetuses were slaughtered. Mao’s “Great Leap Forward”, governments take over of agriculture and industry, led to a 3 year famine he created. Mao’s “Cultural Revolution” was a means to eliminate opposition to his ideology. Millions were murdered by his Red Guards. Chairman Mao’s most well know quote is “political power grows out of the barrel of a gun”.

Vladimir Lenin became the dictator of Russia in 1918 by master minding the coup of the Provisional Government. Joseph Stalin was one of his supporters. Lenin created a political religion. Government had the rite to absolute power and was not to be questioned. Political opposition, ideological rivals, and classes deemed undesirable were exterminated. Lenin’s leadership created an atmosphere having a mysterious power that suggests the presence of a spirit or god. Lenin enacted the New Economic Policy, a system of state capitalism. Two of Lenin’s most infamous quotes are >”A lie told often enough becomes the truth.” And “The best revolutionary is youth devoid of morals.”

In 1928, Joseph Stalin enacted his “Five Year Plan” to build socialism and to “catch and overtake” the capitalist world. Stalin’s collectivization of agriculture in the Ukraine and across Russia, farmers were exiled or killed and the land taken over by the government. It is estimated 11 million people were killed while 20 million starved. Stalin’s purge of spies loyal to capitalist arrested 3 million and executed 750,000. Torturous interrogations sent most of those arrested to work camps for their crimes being worked to death. 25 million Russians died during World War II. Soviet POW’s were sent to the Gulags. Single crop farming in 1947, killed 2 million. Stalin was hailed as the savior of the Soviet Union. Stalin was often photographed surrounded by children. “Ideas are more powerful than guns. We would not let our enemies have guns, why should we let them have ideas?” ~ Joseph Stalin

Millions of innocent people have been murdered by their government and will continue to die. Countries today are committing democide. Democide is the premeditated killing of a person or causing the death of a person through reckless and wanton disregard for their life. Incarcerating people to deadly conditions is murder. Forced labor that kills is murder. Government created famines is murder. Christians are being incarcerated and murdered by their governments, today.

What is Socialism?

What is Marxism?

What is a Democracy?

What is a Constitutional Republic?

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