ed.edu – Free Printable Games and Activities

If you are looking for quality free printable games and free printable activities for children, free material available at www.ed.gov may be the answer.

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www.ed.gov Free Printable Games www.ed.gov/pubs/CompactforReading/

Compact for Reading Guide and School-Home Links

These two great publications, Compact for Reading and School-Home Links are available online from ed.gov, free for anyone to use. These are great tools to improve children’s reading skills and provide structural educational activies designed to help families reinforce the reading and language arts skills that their children are learning at school. These publications are targeted for children Kindy to Year 3 levels.

Free Printable Games & Printable Activities

Free Printable Games and ActivitiesIf you are looking for quality free printable games and free printable activities for children, this web site may be the answer you were looking for. The web site provides 100 School-Home Links activities for the kindergarten, year 1, year 2 and year 3. The activities are organized by reading and literacy skills appropriate to this grade. Under each specific skill, there are varying numbers of activities to help children develop their ability to read and write. Each activity is available for download as PDF, which you can download, print and use with your kids.

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The review "ed.edu – Free Printable Games and Activities" was last updated on 13/12/2009.

  • Gabriel

    I agree the best way for me to collect a lot of material and for free is printing them on a piece of paper and filling them so I don’t get bored. sheeparcade web page contains a lot of free games like Sudoku which will provide enough material for you to amuse children and have their gray cells activated.

  • I think it’s great that these resources are available for children. It’s surprising how things like this can bring learning and development to a higher level. That’s the beauty of teh digital era, having resources like this availabe that you can download at the click of a button.

  • Our kids love the printable work sheets, especially in the summer time. It helps keep their brains working during the long break. I think .gov’s should do a lot more FUN and educational online study aids.

  • Joanne

    We use that to download and print games for kids to do in their spare time, in addition to their school activities. The good thing about it is that educational stuff can be fun. They learn new things without often realizing it. Free printable games and free downloadable games and worksheets like that are good.