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Friday, August 19, 2022

Homeschool printables from Super Teacher Worksheets ~ a TOS review

Disclaimer: I received a Complimentary copy of this product through the HOMESCHOOL REVIEW CREW in exchange for my honest review. I was not required to write a positive review nor was I compensated in any other way. All opinions I have expressed are my own or those of my family and I pray you, the reader, find them helpful on your homeschooling journey. I am disclosing this in accordance with FTC Regulations.

Super Teacher Worksheets 
Morning friends! Another Friday is upon us. Have you started back to school or are you waiting until after Labor Day? We have completed our first two weeks of school and are now on our mini vacation as we take our university girls back to their schools. However, before we left, we had the opportunity to add a few fun printables from Super Teacher Worksheets to supplement our math curriculum in our homeschool.
  Have you ever needed just the right worksheet to fit the bill for a concept or idea you are teaching your child? Does your child need a little bit of extra practice on a certain skill? Super Teacher Worksheets sent us access to a full year of the site. This allows my family unlimited access to all printable resources for just $24.95 per year!
 With over 20,000 worksheets the Super Teacher Worksheets website is chock-full of printable worksheets that are not only helpful but useful for homeschoolers, parents, and teachers alike. There are literally thousands of worksheets to choose from so there is sure to be something you can find helpful too! From preschool through middle school there are worksheets all neatly organized by subject area, concept and theme on the following topics:
 Reading & Writing
 Phonics & Early Literacy 
 Spellings Lists & Worksheets (Gr. 1-5) 
 Social Studies 
 Holiday Puzzles & Brain Teasers 
 Teacher Helpers 
 Pre-K and Kindergarten 
 Make Your Own Worksheets 
There are also seasonal and holiday worksheets for every subject along with: 
card games 
 coloring pages 
I was able to use these worksheets with my son, Micah, who is 8 years old and in the 3rd grade. Specifically, we worked on skip counting, writing his letters in cursive, and telling time. The worksheets do not feel like busy work at all so don’t let that turn you away thinking that they will. This site is a tool and you can use it just as that. Now that we are back into full swing of our school year I will be incorporating more worksheets each week including the 50 States Geography and Number Detective brain teasers.
   A really cool feature of this product is the Worksheet Generator. Yep, just as the name says, this gives you the ability to create worksheets on any topic you want your child to learn! From spelling lists to games with sight words you can study any topic your child needs a little extra help on. And while you are busy making all these neat worksheets, you can save them in the “My File Cabinet” so you will have access right at your fingertips. 
 I L-O-V-E Super Teacher Worksheets! There are so many worksheet topics to choose from to help your child succeed. This is a resource that is worth checking out! If you are looking for quality homeschool pintables to supplement your learning, look no further that Super Teacher Worksheets! Be sure to see what thirty-five of my CrewMates think of these homeschool printables by clicking the banner below. 

printable activities 

 Format ~ downloadable PDF worksheets
 Price ~ $24.95 
 Ages ~ Kindergarten – 5th grade

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