FREE Pinkalicious Worksheets for Kids from 123 Homeschool 4 Me
This free printable pinkalicious preschool pack has lots of learning activities for toddler, preschool, kindergarten worksheets, and 1st grade worksheets for kids to be able to learn in a fun playful way.
Free Planets Learning Pack from 3 Dinosaurs
Planets Learning Pack contains over 90 pages:
(Part 1) 3 Part Cards, Which One Is Different, What Comes Next?, Prewriting Practice, Pattern Cards, Matching Cards with word cards, Skip Counting Puzzles, Color the Moon by Size, Dot the P, Trace the P (Print & Cursive), Place order, Beginning Sound, Planet Information Sheets (Part 2) Wall or Pocket chart Cards (Print & Cursive), Beginning Sound Tracing (Print & Cursive), Trace the Word (Print & Cursive), Write the Word, Write a Sentence about the Word, Trace & Color the Words, (Part 3) Color the Pattern Moon, Fill in the Missing Pattern, Fill in the Planet Facts
Free Romping & Roaring P Pack from 3 Dinosaurs
Romping & Roaring P Pack contains 47 pages:
Coloring Page, Color and Trace, Color Or Dot the Letters, Stamp Letters on the Picture, Decorate the Letter (or playdough mat), Prewriting Practice Lines, Prewriting Practice Working up to Letters With Start & Stop, Trace Letters Practice with Start & Stop, Trace Letter, Trace Letter Place, Trace with Arrows, Trace Letter with Lines, Color Upper Case & Lower Case, Color the Letters, Find the Letter, Dot the Letter Upper & Lower Case, Matching on Page, Roll & Count, Dot the Letters, Dot Letters and Image, Dot Letters Different Font, Shape Tracing Solid Line, Shape Tracing Dotted Line, Color Capitol Letter by Size, Color Lower Case Letter by Size, Color Image by Size, Upper Case Letter Maze, Lower Case Letter Maze, Upper & Lower Case Letter Maze, Color the Letter and Image Book, Color the Letter Book, Trace and Draw Book, Sort Upper & Lower Case, Sort by Size, Lacing Card, 2 part Letter & Image Puzzles, 4 part Puzzles, and 9 part Puzzles.
P is for Pets from Spell Out Loud
Even if children don’t own a pet, they love to learn about them! A pet-theme unit is a wonderful way to introduce young children to different animals and how to care for them.
Free Pp is for Police Car Pack from Royal Baloo
Included in the pack:
P is for Police Car coloring page
Dot the P’s
Stamp the P’s
Connect the Polcie Car
Prepare for P
Trace the P
Prepare for 16
Trace the 16
Paste the Police Car to the P
Letter P/Sight word ‘help’ mini book
Sort the P’s and p’s
P dot marker page
Tracing pages (tot and preK versions)
Color the Police Cars
Tot and PreK Puzzles
Practice Dice and Graphing
Color by size
Match the letters
Color by letter
Count the Police Cars
Dot Marker pages
FREE Pet Worksheets from 123 Homeschool 4 Me
Is your toddler, preschooler, or kindergartner an animal fan? They are going to love these FREE Pet themed preschool worksheets!
Pumpkin Printables ~ Part 2 from 1+1+1=1
Last year I made a Pumpkin Pack, mostly for Krash to use. I will be using many of those printables this year also, with Ladybug. She really enjoyed a few of the activities I made in her Scarecrow Pack, so I made Pumpkin Printables ~ Part 2, to add in some of her favorites. These printables are geared towards tots and prechoolers mostly, they were made specially for Ladybug who is 3 1/2 and I know many of your kiddos may like them too! Cutting, gluing, matching, coloring, counting, tracing, graphing, dot fun, and more!
Princess Preschool Pack from 1+1+1=1
This is a Preschool Pack featuring many different printables all about Princesses!
Princess Preschool Activities from Confessions of a Homeschooler
I’m a contributing writer for Totally Tots Blog, and since this month’s theme was Princesses, I couldn’t resist creating some of my Letter of the Week activities to go with the Princess Theme!
Puppy Preschool Theme Free Printables! from Confessions of a Homeschooler
Since my Teeny Tot loves Puppies, we went with that for our Pet theme this month. She is currently 2.5 years old, so we’re keeping it light. She is excited about school this year, and is eager to have her own work to do! I want to point out that I do most of this because she has older siblings. If your toddler is your oldest, don’t feel pressure to do tons of activities with them! Let them lead you, if you sense they are frustrated, take a break for the day or move on to something else. At this age, just keep it fun and light!