For this review we were able to try out the website Super Teacher Worksheets’ Individual Membership. This website contains a large number of printable worksheets in a wide range of subjects and grades (PreK-5). It also includes a worksheet generator, to make your own worksheets!
We used this website as a supplement to what we were already studying. For example, our history program suggested we introduce or review Roman Numerals. I was able to print off a few different worksheets regarding Roman Numerals of varying levels for both my 1st and 4th grader.
Because we are studying the Middle Ages this year, I found a fun color by number addition castle worksheet for my 1st grader, a multiplication one for my 4th grader and a shapes castle worksheet for my preschooler. I also used a reading comprehension activity about a castle for my 4th grader.
We have also used several of the health related topic sheets, discussing food groups, healthy and unhealthy foods. Some of these health themed sheets were also math related, such as color by number addition of fruit/vegetables pictures, tally the number of fruits, etc… It’s been a great resource for getting portfolio items for the health section!
For my 4th grader I picked some math worksheets to practice concepts he has already learned, but needed to review. There was a color by numbers multiplication, money worksheets, and many other math concepts.
If you are looking for worksheets via a specific topic, you can use the search feature. For instance, I typed in Roman Numerals, Castles, Food and was able to find ALL worksheets related to those topics (in various subjects). You can also search by subject. I wasn’t able to find a way to search by grade (which would be a nice feature). The Reading Comprehension and Spelling sections are listed by grade.
The subjects to choose from include:
Math, Reading & Writing, Phonics, Handwriting, Grammar, Spelling, Science, Social Studies, Holidays, Puzzles & More, Teacher’s Helpers, Pre-K & Kindergarten, Custom Worksheets.
I was surprised that I couldn’t find any worksheets that were on the topic of The Five Senses,even though there is a Human Body section under Science. So obviously the site does not have EVERY topic, but there is still a pretty good variety.
Each worksheet you print also has an answer sheet for quick and easy grading!
Some other thing you will find on the sight that we haven’t used yet, but plan too are handwriting sheets (by letter, in cursive and print), beginning reader books, sight words and phonics beginning reader books and so much more! There are over 10,000 printable worksheets, games, and activities!
I did find lots of great worksheets to use in upcoming units too, like Matter, Simple Machines and Electricity. There is a wide variety of choices and levels to choose from! All for only $19.95/yr. There is more than just traditional worksheets, as well. You can find printable games, certificates, templates and more! Perfect for teachers or homeschoolers of children in PreK-5th grades. Older grades are coming soon!