Preschoolers and kindergarteners will learn to identify colors while working on their fine motor strength in this fruit and vegetable themed printable activity. This game can be used any time of the year that you are working on healthy eating habits with your kids.
Kids will love this adorable peanut butter and jelly sandwich game where they will learn to match upper to lowercase letters. These 2-piece puzzles can be used as a center on their own but would also make a great sensory tub activity – if you dare to get your kids really messy!
These number formation mats are perfect for summer! Just grab some popsicle sticks and some craft velcro dots to get started.
Kids work on math and measurement in this summer themed ice cream printable.
Kids love marshmallows – eating them, playing with them and now, they'll love counting them too! Get ready to work on early math and fine motor skills with this adorable set of counting clip cards.
Kids will love this deliciously fun counting game! Count out the chocolate chips from 1-10 and clip a wooden peg on the correct answer. This printable game works on both math and fine motor skills.
This watermelon themed game is perfect for learning how to count to 10 this summer. Grab some wooden pegs and your kids will be ready for some refreshingly good fun!
This collection of clip cards sets will help your child work on counting and developing fine motor muscle strength all throughout spring and summer.
Looking for a fun way to gets kids eating more fruits and vegetables? This pack includes 10 deliciously fun activities that will improve early literacy and math skills in preschoolers and kindergarteners. Healthy eating habits are strengthened when kids are exposed to more themed activities like these.
This pack of 10 ice-cream themed literacy and math centers is sure to get your kids excited for summer! They're so easy to prep and super fun to play!
Set of 3 differentiated gingerbread-themed number puzzles including one with dice representation.
This turkey-themed letter recognition activity is so simple to prep and makes a great file folder game!
In this game, your child will count and compare the groups of acorns to help the squirrel chose the bigger one.
Practice fine motor skills with these 4 different acorn-themed worksheets. Help the squirrel grab the acorn!
Pumpkin-themed mats for sorting out pom poms into different colors.
Match up the uppercase letters on the apple to the lowercase letters on the leaves.
3 differentiated levels of I Spy games perfect for an apple themed learning unit.
These 4-piece watermelon number puzzles will keep your children entertained while working on early math skills like number recognition, counting and subitizing.
This pack of 5 activities is the perfect opportunity for kids to learn about healthy eating.
Preschool fruit and vegetable activity pack of 5 printable games
Indoor activity to develop gross motor, literacy and number skills