Category: Printable Fun at TPT

More printable learning fun available free at Inner Pieces Gallery’s TPT store.

The Clock Calendar for Non-Linear Learners

Do you have a young learner who has a gift for seeing the big picture, but may not necessarily comprehend concepts like before and after?  Does your older student struggle with basic math facts only to amaze you with an easy grasp of complicated algebraic concepts?   Sometimes our students with learning difficulties, especially the …

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Growth Mindset Success Tickets for Kids

I am encouraged to see that growth mindset is on the minds of teachers a lot these days.   That means more and more teachers and parents have become aware that students, especially students who struggle to learn, can actually change the way their brains function.  They are not destined to struggle forever.     I’m …

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Valentine’s Day Printable Roundup for Kids

Unless you’ve decided to become the big-meanie sugar police on Valentine’s Day you probably expect that your children will, at some point, come crashing down from a sugar high or two, or ten.   How about we provide a little balance with some fun, heart-themed, sugar-free activities that also sneak in a little extra cognitive …

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Seek and Find and Color Me Bookmark for Kids

The other day I found myself at the local library donating, among other things, some professionally printed bookmarks that I designed for the kiddos.  Then it dawned on me that I’d have greater reach if I made these bookmarks available to, well, everyone.     So that’s what I did.   This fun, visual skill-building …

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Fun Activities to Teach and Reinforce the Months of the Year

You may have already learned why some students struggle to learn the months of the year. I talked about it when I offered a free mini activity book for kids to help reinforce the concepts of January.   You haven’t seen it yet? Head on over to My Little Fun Book of January. You’ll learn …

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The Book of Visual Memory Activities for Kids

Lately I’ve focused my cognitive development discussions around one skill in particular, visual memory.   If you’re new here, this post will explain why being proactive about children’s visual memory development is so important: The Importance of Visual Sequential Memory   If you’ve been with me for awhile (bless you) then you’ll be happy to …

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