If you are looking for some printable preschool worksheets for your young learner you will love the skills that are covered in this pack.
If you are looking for printables that focus on number recognition, pre writing skills, letter recognition, letter sounds and more, this pack is for you!
Free Preschool Printables
This six page pack includes worksheets your preschooler will love.
There is a page for line tracing, color by number, which one is different, frog counting, what is the sound and which one is bigger.
All of these pages are black and white, so they won’t use up a lot of your printer toner.
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Line Tracing Printable
This worksheet is perfect for helping your child develop fine motor skills. With a focus on tracing lines, your child will love practicing their pre writing skills with this bumble bee themed printable.
These are the early skills needed for tracing letters.
Can We Laminate These Printables?
Yes! Make these pages reusable by lamenting them. I love these self adhesives pages that do not use a machine. Then you can just use dry erase markers to connect the dots and do the handwriting practice.
Color by Number Printable
This worksheet focuses on practicing number recognition. Kids will love creating and coloring an image as they follow the legend and color by number. Activities for preschoolers, like coloring pages are very beneficial for developing early learning skills.
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Favorite Books for Preschoolers:
The Snail and the WhaleThe Rainbow FishThe GruffaloWaiting Is Not Easy! (An Elephant and Piggie Book) (Elephant and Piggie Book, An)The Wonky DonkeyGrumpy MonkeyStrictly No ElephantsThe Color Monster: A Pop-Up Book of Feelings
Which One is Different Printable
Being able to identify differences is a very important and foundatinal skill for young learners to know. Activities like this help boost your preschooler’s concentration abilities, critical thinking, and observation skills.
They will look at each row and identify the one image in each row that is different. They can circle it, color it, highlight it or mark it out.
This printable focuses on basis math skills with number counting.
Your preschooler will count the frogs and color or circle the correct number.
I like to use manipulatives like play dough and trinkets when we are counting and working on school work. They help my wiggly kids who need to fidget and use things to help them make sense of their work.
Beginning Sound Worksheets
Alphabet worksheets like What is the Sound, is great for working on the alphabet, letter recognition, letter sounds, etc.
Just print this page and instruct them to circle the beginning sound of each image.
You can say each image aloud together and work on matching beginning sounds to images.
They can also color the images for added fun!
Bonus points if they can handwrite the capital letter that goes wit the lowercase letter for each beginning sound.
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Which One is Bigger Worksheet
Help your child improve their comparisons skills with worksheets like which one is bigger. They will need to look at the two objects and determine which one is larger and circle it or color it.
Learning to compare is a needed skill for sorting and classifying things and is an early math skill each child needs to learn.