Let’s kick off the month with a set of free May color by code worksheets for Prek, kindergarten, and first grade.

These printable coloring pages, often referred to as color by number, are a fun way to review basic skills with the kids.

In this free set, you will get practice worksheets for sight words, alphabet letters, beginning sounds, numbers to 10, numbers to 20, and addition to 10.


Free May Color by Code Worksheets

Are your kiddos checked out of the standard learning routine for the year?

Typically, as the end of the year approaches, the kids are less engaged in structured learning activities.

This is the time to let them review the skills they’ve learned in a fun way.

I suggest taking the kids outdoors, letting them explore, then give them some downtime to sit and do a color-by-code printable.

As you will see, these free review worksheets for kindergarten reflect the common themes taught in May.

In May, teachers and homeschool families often cover topics such as Summer weather, outdoor treats (popsicles and watermelon), and patriotic holidays.



Now that you have your free May Coloring pages, let’s look at ways to keep the learning fun during the end of the school year.


Now is the perfect time to get outdoors with the kids and learn about bugs and insects.

Whether you’re doing a Bugs & Insects scavenger hunt, or integrating reading and writing lessons, I have several resources you’ll enjoy.

Bugs and Insects Write the Room

Bugs and Insects Scavenger Hunt

Ten Little Ladybugs Poem

ladybug summer poem for kdis

Butterfly Activities

Year after year, my students absolutely loved learning about butterflies.

This is probably because they could actually watch the butterfly life cycle unfold in front of their eyes.

When kids are exposed to concrete learning, rather than abstract, they tend to retain the information better.

Here are some fun Butterfly lesson plan ideas for prek, kindergarten, and first grade.

50 Fun Butterfly Facts for Kids

Building Sentences: All About Butterflies

butterfly facts for kids worksheets building sentences

Making Words: Butterflies

Butterfly Poem for Kids

I hope you’ve enjoyed these fun resources for May.

Always feel free to reach out if you have any questions or ideas on how I can help you keep kids engaged in nature, play, and learning.

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