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Black History Coloring Sheets

Here’s an ode to some of the most inspirational African Americans who have positively impacted U.S. History as well as their career industries. I can only hope to be this determined for greatness in my journey here on earth.

Click the links below to download the coloring sheets. Enjoy!

George Washington Carver
Jackie Robinson
Shirley Chisholm
Mae C. Jemison
Bessie Coleman
Louis Armstrong


Doodles Ave New Arrivals


In 2014, several parents reached out to me and openly shared their children’s learning experiences. Because of those stories and, I created these 6 new titles. It is my intent to uplift, encourage, and brighten children’s learning experiences.

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Adjective Activities

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Remember that adjectives can be identified using a number of formal criteria.

But the ones used in the above worksheets take on different forms to indicate their position on a scale of comparison. 
For example: Big, Bigger, Biggest 

The lowest point on the scale is known as the ABSOLUTE form, the middle point is known as the COMPARATIVE form, and the highest point is known as the SUPERLATIVE form*.
To learn more about adjectives Click Here
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Forefather’s Day

mayflowerToday, December the 21st is Forefather’s Day. A day in which we celebrate the pilgrims landing at Plymouth Rock in 1620*.


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Garfield Doodle

Garfield is undisputedly one of the best Cartoons/Comics of all time!
Here are some fun facts about Garfield*:

  1. Garfield is based on a real cat. The original, also named Garfield after Davis’ opinionated grandfather, James Garfield Davis, was an overweight, grouchy cat that was one of the 25 cats that roamed the farm Davis grew up on.
  2. In the early days of the strip, before syndication, Garfield wasn’t the focus. He was merely the sidekick to his fictional cartoonist/owner Jon Arbuckle. When Davis realized he gave Garfield all the funny lines, Garfield became the central character, and a star was born.
  3. One of the original syndication affiliates, a Chicago newspaper, decided to drop Garfield and replace him with another comic. After over 1,300 angry fan letters and phone calls, the newspaper reversed its decision and has runthe strip ever since.
  4. The strip holds the Guinness World Record as the most widely syndicated comic strip in the world. It’s presently featured in over 2,600 newspapers around the world.
  5. It is read by an estimated 263 million people every day.

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Airplane Coloring Sheets

The inventors of the first airplane were Orville and Wilbur Wright. On December 17, 1903, the Wright brothers made the first successful experiment in which a machine (aka airplane) carrying a man rose by its own power, flew naturally and at even speed, and descended without damage. Read More