Across the globe, parents are facing an unprecedented reality: Schools are closed, activities are cancelled and play dates are no longer an option. Many parents are also dealing with the impossible task of trying to work remotely while their kids are at home.
Printables are a great resource for parents who are looking for free activities that their kids can do at home! Not only are they a fun activity for your kids, but they also require using a little brain power. Below are a selection of FREE printables for you to download and use right now!
There are thousands of printables available online on various sites and blogs, but sometimes it’s hard to know which ones are age-appropriate for your child. To make it easy, we’ve categorized them.
Are your kids creating artwork to hang in the windows for passersby to enjoy? Here’s a sweet little thank you to frontline workers that can be coloured and placed in your window or on your front door – Thank You Frontline Workers Window Printable:
Preschool – Kindergarten:
This fun, spring-themed scavenger hunt will keep your kids busy while in the backyard or on a neighbourhood walk – Spring Scavenger Hunt Printable:
Have your kids follow the colour guide on this sweet picture – Color by Number Printable:
Early readers can practice their letter tracing and printing with these cute alphabet cards. Cut them out after they’ve filled them out for bonus sight word practice – Alphabet Cards Printable:
Grades 1 – 2:
Little ones can practice telling the time with this fun worksheet – Telling Time Printable:
This printable is a great visual way to practice early math skills – Adding to Ten Printable:
Send your kids off on an adventure through the house or the backyard with these scavenger hunt that involves writing practice – A to Z Scavenger Hunt:
Home Organization Printables
While they’re staying home, a lot of families are using the time to get organized, or check jobs off their to-do lists that they usually don’t have the time for. If you’re looking for some free home organization printables, here are a bunch we’ve created for you to print and use!
Want to declutter your home? Here’s an amazing 30-day challenge to help you do it! Choose one area each day and check it off once you’re done – 30 Day Declutter Challenge Printable:
Don’t forget those random to-dos or thoughts that pop into your head throughout the day by always keeping this awesome brain dump sheet out where you can access it – Brain Dump Printable:
Motivate your little ones to keep up with their chores by printing and posting this customizable chore chart – Kids’ Chore Chart Printable:
Is every member of your family talking about the things they wish they could do right now? Use this family bucket list to keep a record of it all! Once it’s safe to be out-and-about, you can reference the list – Family Bucket List Printable:
Print a bunch of these awesome grocery lists to use every time you need to go food shopping – Grocery List Printable:
Plan each of your meals every week with this handy meal planner. It takes all the guesswork out of meal time and makes grocery shopping easy – Weekly Meal Planner Printable:
Have bookworm in your house? Reading is a great activity while you’re spending so much time at home and this fun reading list lets you keep track of the books you’ve read and choose a favourite at the end! It’s great for readers of any age – Reading List Printable:
Didn’t find the printable or worksheet you were looking for? Here’s a list of more websites with some of the best free printables, worksheets and activities for kids: