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That's KitaFix!

Workbooks, Coloring books, Mind maps


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The idea behind KitaFix!

“What did you like most about your time in kindergarten?”

I asked my preschoolers this question on the day of their farewell. The most beautiful answer followed promptly:

“That you had time for me!”

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We are KitaFix!

Die_Macher Rahmenpläne Arbeitsblätter Mindmaps Malbücher

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That’s KitaFix!

The program of KitaFix is oriented toward subjects. For each subject, I created workbooks, coloring books, and mind maps for you. They contain educational resources, such as worksheets, picture books & stories, movement education, finger games & games, conversations, cooking & baking, creative design, musical education, and language development which are suitable for many educational topics. My offers are created under pedagogical aspects and cover tasks such as swing exercises, fine motor skills/graphomotor skills, logical thinking, painting, matching objects, mandala, painting by numbers, spatial thinking, numbers, and counting, and letter learning. Each book can also be used individually.


50 worksheets for each topic

Have I reinvented the wheel?

Definitely: NO! I also only boil with water and with my worksheets I treat the same topics as many others. Of course, I try to incorporate my expertise from what is now three decades as an educator. The educational approach is with me in every worksheet. I also hope that the worksheets are all lovingly designed by me.

Here comes the reason why you should buy my worksheets!

From my practice, I know how tedious it can sometimes be to get all the materials together for a topic or activity. That was ultimately the reason why I started KitaFix. 

Worksheets were and are a dime a dozen, but getting good quality educational worksheets on a specific topic was and still is quite tedious. Most books are always oriented to a task. So there are enough books on swing exercises or paint-by-numbers, and so on. But books full of worksheets on a very specific topic were and still are quite few.

The search is over! With the KitaFix worksheets, you always get 50 worksheets with a wide variety of tasks on a very specific topic.

Examples of tasks:

    • Fine motor skills/graphomotor skills
    • Logical thinking
    • Painting
    • Painting by numbers
    • Mandala
    • Matching objects
    • Spatial thinking
    • Numbers and counting
    • Cutting exercises
    • Swing exercises
    • etc.

With me, you do not buy the cat in the bag. For each book with worksheets, there is a reading sample of the entire content. So you can easily assess whether my worksheets are right for you. 

I also strongly encourage you to copy the worksheets from the books for your work in the facility, so you can use them over and over again.

Even better yet, download the worksheets as PDF files to print out! This saves money, time, and paper.

Mind map

Thought map for kindergarten

Mindmaps in the kindergarten. Why, why, why?

The idea for my mind map books came to me during a trip to Asia. On my travels, I like to browse through the children’s sections of local bookstores. It is very interesting to see what the different countries have to offer. Somehow, children’s books are a mirror of how a society feels about its children. Surely you know that in Asia a lot of importance is attached to a good education. This starts already in kindergarten. Books with mind maps on various topics are already available in Asia for the smallest of the little ones as picture books. For our standards kitschy-colorful, as one knows many things from Asia. That was the inspiration for my own version of mind map books.

Ultimately, mind maps are used to visualize thoughts on a certain topic on paper. This transfer from the head to the paper helps to “grasp” the topic better, but also to bring it closer to others. And it is precisely these two things, “grasping” and “bringing closer”, that make child-friendly mind maps a wonderful pedagogical tool in kindergarten.

Mindmaps in the kindergarten:

    • Help to learn to organize thoughts.
    • Make learning fun.
    • Promote the ability to remember concepts.
    • Prevent boredom.
    • Create a better overview through pictures and colors.
    • Are a simple learning method.
    • Promote concentration on the subject.

This list I have put together in my mind and written down. As mind maps it looks like this:


Just as I could continue the enumeration, I can also add more branches to the mind map. For example, I could think about the point “Helping to learn to organize thoughts.” more and add points from there. And so on, and so forth. 

Here you can see an excerpt from one of my mind maps for use in the kindergarten. For the children, I work with pictures. I think this example illustrates very well how great a mindmap can be used in the day-to-day life of a kindergarten. For example, you can provide the basic idea and then collect the individual thoughts together with the children and add them to the mind map. In the example, the basic theme is summer, sun, beach and more. In the course of creating the mind map together with the children, the conversation turns to the weather and finally to the point of sun protection.


If you continue this consistently, after some time you will have a large “mind map tree” for the respective topic.

With my mindmap books you always get:

1. A ready-made mind map on a clearly defined topic.
I have divided this mind map into its individual elements for you so that several smaller mind maps (usually between 10 and 15 individual mind maps per topic) have been created. You use the large mind map as a basis for the topic and work through the topic together with the children using the smaller ones. I provide you with the mind maps already filled in, but also empty.

2. Matching motifs
In all mind maps, I work with pictures. These are included appropriately for each mind map. You get the motives in a large version (each for coloring and colorful) to stick them for example on the wall. The children can use a smaller version for coloring in their own mind maps. 

3. All motifs from the book once again in A4 format for coloring.

I recommend downloading the reading sample for the respective mind map. It contains once again an explanation as well as an example mindmap.

Coloring book

One topic – 111 matching motifs

Always 111 motifs – always suitable for the topic!

I would not have to say more about my coloring books. Matching each topic, I have selected 111 motifs for you and partly drawn myself. Believe me, after I gathered hundreds of motifs for the already published coloring books: It is often not so easy to find a matching motives for a topic both educationally and visually appealing coloring pages.

This work I save for you with my KitaFix coloring books!

The real coloring book!

Certainly, you might think that the choice of coloring book and the motifs contained therein is rather secondary. But this is not the case! Especially in preschool and kindergarten, a coloring book should also meet certain requirements.

It should

  • not contain (“creep”) advertising for characters or products, for example.
  • contain motifs that fit the current topic.
  • offer a certain variety in terms of motifs, but also in terms of the design of the motifs.

During the preparation of my coloring books, I have taken these points of view as a basis. 

The coloring books are only available as a PDF file to print or as a book at AMAZON and not in bookstores!

The idea behind KitaFix!

“What did you like most about your time in kindergarten?”

I asked my preschoolers this question on the day of their farewell. The most beautiful answer followed promptly:

“That you had time for me!”Dass

These are words that touch me as an educator and also make me think a bit.

Thoughtful for the simple reason that the direct work on the child is becoming less and less in terms of time. In addition to the demands of being a motivator, toilet trainer, nutritionist, comforter, first aider, shoehorn, diaper changer, nose wiper, songstress, fitness trainer, parent coach, and much more, there is an increasing amount of bureaucratic work to be done.

More and more time is taken up by observing behavior, analyzing according to pedagogical principles, creating long-term educational plans, planning and preparing activities as well as pedagogical measures, documenting measures, creating development reports, creating portfolios, planning pedagogical work, and so on. More and more attention must be paid to these tasks in order to carry them out professionally. Precious time is lost to direct work with the children.

Especially with regard to project planning, there is often not enough time in the facility to think about, plan or prepare in peace and quiet. This so-called “preparation time”, which should actually take place in the facilities, is then not infrequently shifted to home. Who hasn’t spent hours looking through books, templates, or the Internet for ideas and suggestions in framework plans, worksheets, coloring books, and project folders, only to pull out last year’s old plan again?

This was the deciding factor for me to start thinking about how to make planning work easier in an educational setting. I decided to create framework plans, worksheets, coloring books, and project folders.

The result: KitaFix

We are KitaFix!

Sandra Founder and creator

When Sandra started KitaFix in 2021, she didn’t know where the journey would take her. In the beginning, there were her project folders (Only available in German!). She quickly added workbooks with worksheets, coloring books and mind maps. But there are still plenty of other ideas in Sandra’s head waiting to be realized.

All of the works published so far have one thing in common: unlike most other authors of educational material, Sandra’s work is not task-oriented, but topic-oriented. For each topic there is a set of her elaborations, into which she puts a lot of love and work. Again and again she comes up with new design ideas, which she then implements from a pedagogical point of view. 

Christian Implementer and idea generator

Sandra’s husband has been her supporter since the very beginning. He puts the finishing touches to her books and also takes care of many other things so that Sandra has her back free for her creative work. 

Often Sandra has to listen to one of his many new ideas. May it be a new design for the website or an idea for a new theme book or, or, or. Some of them are really put into practice.



I would like to take this opportunity to thank you very much for accompanying me on my little journey through the world of KitaFix up to this point. Have fun browsing through the already available topics. If you have any questions or suggestions, please feel free to contact me. I will also be happy to keep you up to date on what is happening at KitaFix.

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