Happy Spring, friends! We are so excited to start using our Spring Preschool activities and wanted to share some of our favorite FREEBIES with you!
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Spring Syllables – Alyse|ACtoAZ
Use flowers, pom poms, gems, ect to count the syllables of these spring words. A recording sheet and sensory bin idea are included.
Alphabet Picnic – Chrystal|Super God Not Super Mom
This activity is perfect for your preschooler! Grab your favorite spring sensory bin and add the alphabet cards for a fun way to practice letter and sound recognition. This activity comes with uppercase, lowercase and beginning sounds options too!
Insects Tracing Cards – Kaitlyn|The Stay-at-Home Teacher
These insect words tracing cards are a great way for your Preschoolers to practice their handwriting while learning new vocabulary! While your little one traces the words, discuss the colors, characteristics, and habitats of the insects on each card!
Spring Counting Puzzles – Chantal|Chanty Macias
Blossom into the spring season with these Spring Counting Puzzles for PreK or Kindergarten! Your little ones/students will SPRING into fun counting by 1s, 5s and 10s.
Beginning Sounds Puzzles – Kristina|Sweet for Kindergarten
Practice identifying beginning sounds with these spring themed puzzles! Your kids will look at the picture and find the matching letter that goes with it. This would work well in a sensory bin or play a game like Memory!
Rhyming Flowers – Erin|Littles Love Learning
Shapes Clip Cards – Kimberly|Live, Laugh, I LOVE Kindergarten
Review 2D shapes and practice matching with these cute bug clip cards! Match the 2D shape to the 2D bug shape, then use a marker to trace the bug on the shape tracing worksheet!
Colors Sort – Cole|Teach Glitter Grow
Practice sorting by color and identifying color words at the same time with this fun, free, rain drop activity! Children can sort colorful raindrops under 9 different colored umbrellas featuring the color word. Next, they can use the recording worksheet to read the color names on the umbrellas and fill them in using the correct color.
Numbers Sort – Alleah|Alleah Maree
If you need a FREE, hands-on activity for your learners to practice number recognition this spring, this sensory bin is for you! This activity is an engaging way to practice identifying and writing numbers 1-12 with preschool and kindergarten students.
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