The following is a post from contributing writer Lauren of Mama’s Learning Corner.
The internet is filled with printable learning activities for preschoolers. Here are a few tried-and-true resources I use in my own home with my preschoolers:
Cut & Paste Patterns
4-page set of cut & paste patterns with a variety of themes – shapes, fruit, zoo animals, and school supplies
ABC Q-Tip Painting – 1+1+1=1
Printable set of ABC letters to paint with Q-tips; aids with letter recognition and using a pencil grip
Cut & Paste Shape Sorting – Mama’s Learning Corner
4-page set of cut & paste pages; cut out the picture and then paste on the correct shape
Cutting Practice Strips – Royal Baloo
Cutting practice for those preschoolers eager to hold a pair of scissors!
Shape Shadow Match Game – Mama’s Learning Corner
Match each colored shape to its shadow; includes 10 different shapes
1-20 Numbered Pattern Block Cards – Confessions of a Homeschooler
Practice “writing” numbers with these pattern block cards, numbers 1-20
Lauren Hill is a happy wife and homeschooling mama to 4 little people, ages 8 to almost 3. In her free time (ha!) she makes worksheets and printables for the Preschool-2nd Grade crowd at Mama’s Learning Corner. To find more worksheets and printables for your little ones, make sure you follow Lauren on Pinterest where she pins great finds daily!
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