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Back to School Preschool Worksheets

Hi everyone! If you’re looking for some printable worksheets for your Preschool and even Kindergarten (Prep/Foundation) kiddos for back to school, then the contents of my Preschool Back to School packet might be useful! Check out the contents! 1. Pre-writing tracing practice (5 pages) 2. Name writing practice page. Below is a picture of the the non-editable but there is also an editable cut and paste activity included in this packet. 3. Gluing practice (5 pages) 4. Cutting practice (5 pages) 5. Alphabet tracing practice – upper and lower case (32 pages) 6. Number tracing practice (1-10/10 pages) 7. Shape recognition – triangle/square/rectangle/circle (4 pages) 8. Colors coloring pages (11 pages) Happy Teaching 🙂 If you would like to purchase this resource, click here or on the image below. You may also like to view the Back to School Preschool Centers available... read more

Fine Motor Morning Bins for September

Hi everyone! Today is all about fine motor development. The September packet includes the same type of activities that are included in the Fine Motor Morning Bins for August; of course, the images are now more Autumn-themed. 1. Autumn picture punch cards (5 cards) 2. Autumn cutting practice (8 cards) 3. Autumn dab the mystery picture (5 pages) 4. Autumn q-tip dot painting pictures (5 pages) 5. Autumn pokey pin/pinning pictures (5 pages) These look great on the classroom or home windows! 6. Autumn sequence and trace the picture (5 pages) 7. Autumn lacing cards (5 cards) 8. Autumn patterns (5 cards) 9. Autumn mazes (5 activity cards) 10. Autumn missing color pictures (5 activity cards) 11. Autumn play dough pictures (5 activity cards) 12. Autumn building brick pictures (5 activity cards) 13. Autumn counting cube pictures (5 activity cards). 14. Autumn pattern block pictures (5 activity cards) 15. Autumn pom-pom pictures (5 activity cards). I decided to ditch the pom-poms and use buttons instead. 16. Autumn geoboard pictures (5 activity cards). I used loom bands for this activity because they come in all shapes and fun colors! If you would like to purchase this packet, click here or the image... read more

Back to School Fine Motor Peg Boards

As early math and literacy skills begin to take priority, we can sometimes forget that fine motor development is equally important. As parents and early childhood educators, it can be tricky to find activities that aid fine motor development while our kiddos are also learning math or literacy or both. And that is why I love – absolutely LOVE – pegboards. Not only are kiddos learning colors and new vocabulary, but they are also practicing one-to-one correspondence, building patterns, counting as well as basic addition and subtraction. On top of all that, they are also strengthening the tiny muscles in their fingers in preparation for writing and pencil control. And lots of other tasks that require good development on hand and finger muscles. My Back to School Peg Board packet includes 12 pictures to build and 2 differentiated worksheets for each picture. The first worksheet is a half page response page where children trace and write the focus word and then color the dots on a peg board of their own. The second worksheet is a q-tip page where children re-create the picture on the pegboard. Happy Teaching 🙂 If you would like to purchase the Back to School Pegboard packet, click here or on the image... read more

Polar Animals Preschool Centers

Hi everyone! I have a new preschool packet to show you today that will be 50% off for a limited time. If you’d like to purchase the Polar Animals Preschool packet, you can do so here. Fish in bucket name buildingChildren will spell their names by placing the fish in correct order. An editable version of this activity is included. Polar animals play dough mats (5 mats)Materials needed: play dough in various colorsChildren will roll out the play dough and use it to shape the outline of the picture. Penguin pre-writing practiceMaterials needed: erasable markersChildren will trace the different pre-writing lines. Upper and lower case letter tracing cardsMaterials needed: erasable markersChildren will trace the upper and lower case letters. Upper-lower case letter matchingChildren will match the lower case letters to the correct upper case letters. Beginning sounds matchingChildren will match the seal to the correct igloo. Polar animals syllables Materials needed: clothes pegs/pinsChildren will identify the number of syllables in each word and show their answer by clipping a peg on the corresponding number. Penguin mother and baby rhyming words matchingChildren will match the baby penguin to the mother with which it rhymes. Penguin and ice word family sortChildren will sort the penguins to the correct word family. Fishing for sight wordsChildren will pick a fish and place it inside the bucket. They will then spell the sight word using the ice cubes. Penguin prepositionsMaterials needed: clothes pegs/pinsChildren will identify the position of the penguin in relation to the igloo and show their answer by clipping a peg on the corresponding preposition. Polar animals shadow matchingChildren will match the pictures to their shadows. Which picture is different? cardsChildren will identify the picture that is different. What Doesn’t Belong? cardsChildren will identify the picture that doesn’t belong. Polar animals sorting (in the water/on the ice)Children will sort the different polar animals to show where they live: in the water or on the ice. Baby penguin hatching 4-part sequencing cardsChildren will order the cards correctly to show the process of a hatching penguin. Polar bear hat color matchingChildren will match the colored hats to the polar bear with the scarf. Polar animals patterns (AB)Children will identify the pattern on the cards and to place the correct picture in the empty box to complete the pattern. Number tracingMaterials needed: erasable markersChildren will trace the numbers. Polar animals number sense (1-10)Children will sort the different number representations on the seal, penguin, polar bear... read more

Circus Preschool Centers

Yes! I agree; it’s been far too long since I’ve made any Preschool Centers! I’ve just finished some fun circus printables for you all and I hope your kiddos think they’re as cute as I did. And that they enjoy using them as much as I enjoyed creating them! Here’s a look at what’s included 🙂 Popcorn name buildingChildren will spell their names by placing the popped corn in correct order.Please note: an editable version of this activity is also included. Circus play dough mats (5 mats)Materials needed: play dough in various coloursChildren will roll out the play dough and use it to shape the outline of the picture. Clown hair pre-writing practiceMaterials needed: erasable markersChildren will trace the pre-writing lines and spirals. Upper case letter tracingMaterials needed: erasable markersChildren will trace the upper case letters. Lower case letter tracingMaterials needed: erasable markersChildren will trace the lower case letters. Upper-lower case letter matchingChildren will match the cards with the lower case letters to the upper case balloons. Beginning sounds matchingChildren will match the pictures to the correct letter ticket booth. Circus syllables matchingMaterials needed: clothes pegs/pinsChildren will identify the number of syllables in each word and show their answer by clipping a peg on the corresponding number. Elephant rhyming words matchingChildren will match the elephant to the ball with which it rhymes. Peanut CVC word buildingChildren will use the peanut letters to build the words on each peanut cup. Popcorn sight word sortingChildren will sort the popped corn to the cup with the matching word. Circus shadow matchingChildren will match the pictures to their shadows. Which picture is different? cardsChildren will identify the picture that is different. What Doesn’t Belong? cardsChildren will identify the picture that doesn’t belong. Circus sorting (people and animal performers)Children will sort the different performers to the correct mat: people or animals. Lion jumping through ring of fire 4-part sequencing cardsChildren will order the cards correctly to show the process of a sleeping lion standing, jumping through the hoop and receiving praise. Clown nose colour matchingMaterials needed: coloured pom-pomsChildren will match the coloured pop-poms to the clown with the matching nose. Circus patterns (AB)Children will identify the pattern on the cards and to place the correct picture in the empty box to complete the pattern. Number tracingMaterials needed: erasable markersChildren will trace the numbers. Juggling balls number sense (1-10)Children will sort the different number representation balls to the correct juggling clown. Circus juggling clown ball... read more

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