This number printable can be used anytime of the year! Prep it for a St Patrick’s Day or nature-inspired unit in spring, a color-themed week in summer, to study the weather in fall or for learning to count in winter!
Young children love vehicles and this fun parking cars printable will surely be a hit! Kids will improve their fine motor skills and concentration at the same time. There are more than 10 different tracing patterns to choose from.
Lots of Halloween treats await your students in this fun-filled activity packet. 50 pages of literacy, math and fine motor practice inside!
This emoji shadow matching game develops an important early literacy and math skill called visual discrimination. Preschoolers need visual discrimination and matching skills so that they can differentiate between the letters and numbers as well as classify objects. It makes a great file folder activity for early finishers in class.
Preschoolers need visual discrimination and matching skills in order to differentiate between the letters and numbers and to be able to classify objects. This Halloween shadow matching game develops these early literacy and math skills. It’s easy to prepare and makes a great quiet time activity.
Learning to recognize letters is made fun and easy with this spin and cover game. Kids will be howling like a werewolf with excitement as they race to find all the letters on their mat. This Halloween-themed center is perfect for preschool and kindergarten.
Get ready for some fairy fun as kids fly through learning their letters in this themed bingo game. Preschoolers will love the cute fairies! This easy prep alphabet activity will make teaching letter recognition so fun and simple. Other Printable Alphabet Centers and...
Humpty Dumpty is a classic nursery rhyme that preschoolers will be familiar with. In this printable game, your students will practice number recognition using 1 dice or simple addition when using 2 dice.
Kids will have so much fun going through this 50-page worksheet pack for fall. It’s full of cutting, counting, coloring and writing activities that will keep your students busy and excited for all things autumn!
Get ready for back to school season this fall by printing out these 10 adorable lunchbox notes. Kids will love them and remember fond memories of their time in school when you send them off every morning with these.
This printable activity will help your child learn shapes and develop fine motor skills. It can be used with playdough, pom poms, dot markers etc. There are shapes all around a farm and, with the tractors, fields of crops and animals, it’s one of my 4-year-old’s favorite places to go.
Pick a letter card then find and cover it on the playing mat. This is a great independent play activity for preschoolers and kindergarteners that requires no prep time.