When my children were younger, they loved working on anything that was bugs themed. Below are some we used and some new ones I have stumbled across over the years.
Insects & Bugs Tot & PreK/K printables from In All You Do
If you have little learners that love insects and bugs too, they will have so much fun working through our Insects & Bugs Tot & PreK/K pack. It is full of themed prewriting practice pages, activities and puzzles to help them learn while they have fun.
Bugs Free Preschool Printable Worksheets from No Stress Homeschooling
Inside this 33 page pack, you can find:
A-Z Playdough Alphabet Mats (for both cases)
Cutting/ Tracing Pages
Color by Number
Bugs & Critters Coloring Fun from 1+1+1=1
I have kids who love to color, so I began making free coloring printables in theme packs for them, and for you! Enjoy!
Insects Printables Pack from Gift of Curiosity
My Insects Printables Pack contains 75 insect worksheets and activities for kids ages 2 to 7. The activities in this pack cover a range of skills, including:
shapes and sizes
same vs. different
fine motor skills
math (number identification, counting, addition, subtraction)
literacy (letter identification, alphabetical order, phonemic awareness, word searches)
Split-Pin Minibeast Characters from Sparklebox
A group of body part sets which can be assembled into split-pin characters with moving parts. Children cut out the body parts and use split-pins to join together at the appropriate places.
Caterpillar and Butterfly Colour Matching Activity from Sparklebox
A simple activity where children can match the caterpillars with the same colour butterflies. Ideal to laminate and use in outdoor hunts.
Dragonfly Life Cycle Word Mat from Sparklebox
A simple desktop word mat showing the basic life cycle of a dragonfly with associated words.
The Grouchy Ladybug Unit and Printables from Homeschool Share
Level 2 unit by Ami Brainerd and Linda Rose
Plural Posters from on Teachers Pay Teachers
Here are some friendly little reminder posters to hang for your students to recognize the various rules. I have five mini-posters total:
1. For most words, just add ‘s’
2. If it ends in ch, sh, s, ss, x, or z, add ‘es’
3. Change the ‘y’ to ‘ies’
4. Change the ‘f’ or ‘fe’ to ‘ves’
5. If there’s a vowel before the ‘y’, just add’s’
Includes one poster with words that are exceptions to the rules.
Pretty Bugs and Creatures Preschool Pack ~ Free Printables from 1+1+1=1
Find the Difference
Upper/Lower Case ABCs