FREE Preschool Centers and Worksheets

Are you considering homeschooling your Preschooler? Or maybe you just wanted to work through some activities with them to see if they’re ready for more school activities? These FREE Preschool centers and worksheets are here to help you!

One of the most stressful things to do in homeschooling is DIVE into a set of materials that you aren’t quite sure your kiddos are ready for! So I’ve combined 5 of our favorite Preschool centers and 5 of our favorite Math and Literacy worksheets for you to try for FREE! I hope that these will help you better understand what your kiddos are ready for!

Colors Clip Cards

Clip cards are SO much fun! But even better, they’re a super SIMPLE way to combine fine motor skills practice with academic skills! With these colors clip cards, kiddos use clothespins to clip the matching colored pencil. OR, lay the cards flat and use manipulatives to cover the correct answers if your little ones aren’t quite ready for gripping the clothespins!

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Shapes Matching Mats

Matching mats have become an absolute staple in our homeschool Preschool plans! They are such a low pressure, fun way to practice fine motor skills along with Math and Literacy.

For this activity, print off the apple shape cards and place them in a sensory bin. Guide your kiddos in choosing apple cards from the sensory bin and matching them to their matching mat. If ready, they can even trace or color the shapes they match on their recording sheet!

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Counting Clip Cards

I told y’all we love clip cards, right? Ha! For this activity, little ones count the play dough pieces on the “pan”. Then, find the correct number to match and clip using a clothespin!

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Alphabet Cards

These alphabet cards are some of the most versatile materials in our Preschool sets! First, laminate them for durability. Then, choose your favorite way to use them! They make great flash cards for students still mastering their letter names. Once laminated, they are perfect for tracing with dry erase markers or building with play dough! We’ve even used them to practice putting our letters in alphabetical order. The possibilities are endless!

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Beginning Sounds Matching Mats

We also love matching mats for practicing skills that are still a little tricky. Beginning sounds has been one of those trickier skills, but using the sensory bin activities has taken the pressure off and turned practice into fun!

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Math and Literacy Worksheets

Ready to see if your kiddo is ready for practice pages? These FIVE worksheets include lots of great cutting, gluing, coloring, and tracing practice for little learners! Your kiddos will practice colors, shapes, counting, letters, and beginning sounds.

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