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My Full Heart: Using Super Teacher Worksheets in our Homeschool

Super Teacher Worksheets is a huge resource for homeschoolers and public schoolers alike! This website has thousands of printable worksheets, games, flashcards, and activities for preschoolers through around 5th grade (although there are some resources for slightly older grades). I’ve had a subscription to Super Teacher Worksheets for many years, so I was very excited to get my yearly membership renewed in exchange for my review!

Even though there are thousands of resources on Super Teacher Worksheets, they are are organized very well! On the left, they are listed by category: Math, Reading Comprehension, Reading and Writing, Phonics, Early Literacy, Spelling, Grammar, Chapter Books, Science, Social Studies, Holidays, Puzzles and Brain Teasers, Teacher Helpers, PreK and Kindergarten, and even a Worksheet Generator! Below each of these categories are subcategories, making it really easy to find the worksheet or printable you’re looking for! 

Each resource has a short description of the printable, a suggested grade level, and buttons to preview, print, or save the file. This is very helpful when you’re searching for a resource! I can usually read the description and glance at the grade levels and quickly know if it’s a resource I’d like to preview or not. The resources open as a PDF and are really easy to print. There are answer keys that follow most of the worksheets, so you don’t have to open them as a separate file. 

The worksheet generator is a really neat feature on Super Teacher Worksheets! There are so many different options for making your own worksheets – math, flashcards, bingo games, puzzles, quizzes, and more! I made a fun cryptogram worksheet for the first day of homeschool with a neat quote. 

One of the newer resources (to me) are the Daily Math Review and Fix the Sentences. These would be a really great way to start the day with independent review worksheets! I printed out the 4th grade Daily Math Review worksheets for Titus, even though he is in 5th grade so it will be review topics that he can do on his own. 

There are lots of fun cutting and gluing worksheets for Zeke! These will be great to have on hand when he wants “school” and I’m busy with the older boys. I have printed several and plan to print several more to keep in a folder. Coloring, cutting, and gluing are great fine motor skills that he can work on by himself – plus it should keep him busy for several minutes at a time!

He’s getting pretty good with scissors!

This is fruits cut and glue worksheet – great for tying into a theme!

Color by Number worksheets are also always a hit at my house, and I love that the worksheets have addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division facts to work out before coloring by number! It’s such a fun way to practice those math facts. 

We have used some of the chapter book guides, the spelling lists, lots of maps for geography, and grammar review worksheets in the past. I’ve always been really pleased with the quality and content on all of the resources I’ve used from Super Teacher Worksheets. The yearly membership is only $24.95, which comes out to about 7 cents per day! A membership gives you unlimited access to all of the resources on this website. Click the banner below to read even more reviews of Super Teacher Worksheets from other Crew members.

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