Worksheetlab

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Erin Brereton, Common Sense Media
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Printable learning activities to supplement early education.

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age 6+
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The site's activity-based worksheets can help make learning math and writing fun.

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What parents need to know

Parents need to know that the site has dozens of fun, free printable worksheets for kids to practice counting, coloring and other activities.

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WORKSHEETLAB offers more than 100 counting, coloring, and other activities, available as printable PDFs, for preschoolers and kindergarten-age kids. The site's design is very simple -- Worksheetlab doesn't even include an FAQ or any information about who created it -- but it's easy to use. You can sort the worksheets by category, theme, level, and activity type. The PDFs download quickly, and the worksheets provide a good mix of activities. Some are educational and will help kids practice counting and writing in uppercase letters; others are just-for-fun options like coloring pages and mazes.

Online interaction: Kids aren't given a chance to interact with other users on the site.

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  • Sites with free downloads can sometimes offer fun activities, like worksheets you can color on or learn from. But how do you know if something on a Web site is safe to download?

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For kids who love to play and learn online

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