Free Printable Kindergarten and First Grade File Folder Quick Reference Guide

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Free Printable Kindergarten and First Grade File Folder Quick Reference Guide

Create a colorful quick reference guide for kids to look at with lots of different information!

Beginning letters, alphabet writing, long and short vowel sounds, days of the week, months of the year, left and right, time, shapes, colors, number sense up to 10, place value, and clock hands are included!

I made this for my daughter to use during school hours. I used glue to adhere it to the file folder, I wouldn’t suggest that because it made the ink smear slightly. I think tape would have been a lot better.


  • Print out the pdf.
  • Laminate the pages or put into the notebooks.
  • Glue or tape onto a file folder or hole punch and put into a notebook.

The page order doesn’t matter that much. You can place them in any order you want.

A few things that might help.

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This download is mostly color and free to use for any daycare, church, school, personal, co op, or home school use.

We all make mistakes sometimes, if you happen to find one of mine feel free to email me and let me know so I can correct it!


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  1. Marguerite A Ramsey

    I am trying to find some introducing numbers pages. The one I have an example of from your website is for “The Number Nine”. It has Kindergarten Math on the top of the page. It has practice writing the number, then draw nine squares, then trace the word, then count the pigs and color, then trace 1-9. I love it for introducing and practicing one number at a time.

    I LOVE your website! I have looked in several of the links for kindergarten, but cannot find this particular set of worksheets. Any help, please?

  2. Hi! Thank you! 🙂 I think the ones you are looking for are part of the daily math set

  3. Sorry trying to respond on the phone and it sent before I could attach the link 🙂

  4. Thank you from the bottom of my heart for all the work you have done putting all these learning resources together. Also for aking them free. Im new to homeschooling and didnt no where to start. This site and what you have made available has helped me get started. Thank you so verrrrry much. May God richly blesss you n yours. Thank you.

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