It’s a crazy world that we live in y’all. A month ago, I would have never thought that schools would be closed and we’d be spending several weeks at home. I definitely didn’t think it would get to a point where restaurants shut down and it would be deemed mandatory for all non-essential businesses to close. Alas here we are fighting this battle together. We will get through it!
I know that most schools finally started online curriculum this week. Thank goodness we like in a time with such amazing technology so that they can continue. Since my daughter is not in elementary school yet, we’re just working on doing some learning activities every day!
Chloe is obsessed with coloring and writing which is great because it’s giving me an opportunity to work with her sometimes and offer lots of printables when I need to get things done. If you missed my previous post, I actually created a set of free printables for ages 3-6 to practice writing, penmanship and sight words! You can snag your own copy below!
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Since we’ve been on the hunt for lots of printables, I wanted to share a collection of free educational printables for my fellow preschool and kindergarten mommas!
Trace and Color Letters from School Time Snip Its – You can get all 26 letters of the alphabet to work on with your preschooler!
Letters of the Week from The Growing Creatives – Print out letters A through F and stay tuned as new letters come to the library!
Pre-handwriting and Alphabet Printables from Mosswood Connections – Tons of different printables as well as activities you can do with your little ones to encourage learning how to write and letter recognition.
ABC Workbook from The Relaxed Homeschool – I love this resource for preschool and kindergarten. Look around her site and find even more helpful resources.
Number Formation Cards from Stay at Home Educator – Learn to trace numbers and start recognizing their shape.
Do a Dot Number Recognition from Planes and Balloons – Uses Dot markets to create numbers
Number Find Worksheet from The Measured Mom – Practice writing numbers and then finding them!
Preschool Number Worksheets from Preschool Mom – Your preschooler can practice tracing, writing, finding AND spelling their numbers. We love these worksheets in our home!
Color by Number
Some of my favorite coloring activities growing up were color by numbers. Even today my daughter loves them!
My Teaching Station has more than 10 different color by number sheets for you to print out for your little one!
Disney Color by Number from Simple Everyday Mom – Perfect for any Mickey Mouse fan!
Back to School Color by Number from Made by Teachers
Ocean Color by Number from Kindergarten Worksheets and Games
Our Robin’s Nest shares a variety of free coloring sheets and where to find others!
Tracing and Coloring from Tot Schooling – Practice tracing your drawing and then color it in!
Alphabet Coloring Sheets from Preschool Play and Learn
Activity Packet for Preschoolers from Kinga’s Corner – 6 different activities for toddlers and preschoolers. Check out what you’ll get in the photo above!
Printable placemats from All My Good Things – Give your kids a creative outlet during snack time with these placemats
Scissor Skills and Cutting Practice from Mosswood Connections
Glue Dot Skills from Mrs. Jones’ Creation Station
Dot, Tracing and Cutting from Keeper of the Memories
Easter Memory Game from Mama Bear’s Heart
Weather Do a Dot Sheets from Easy Peasy Learners – Learn about weather while playing with dot markers. Check out some of the worksheets available in the photo above!
Talk to your preschooler all about the different types of weather and use these printables to explain even more!
Weather Tracing Pages from Preschool Mom – Free printables for different types of weather and includes tracing, coloring and writing!
Weather Observation Tree from Free and Unfettered – Helps you talk to your kids about different types of weather and note what’s going on that day!
What’s the Weather from Playdough to Plato – Free printable game to learn about weather!
Related Post: How We’re Preparing for Preschool
Read – Build – Write Sight Words: Free and Unfettered shares her Montessori style printables for sight words. As you can see above, it’s geared towards cursive, but you can also do this in print!
Eye Spy Beginning Sounds: Play eye spy by searching for pictures that have the same beginning sound as the focus letter! Great for phonics.
Hot Chocolate Beginning Sound Match Game from the Kindergarten Connection
For Mommies by Mommy: Over 80 screen free activities for kids including printables!
Before you go, don’t forget to download your FREE educational preschool printables now!
As I find more that we love, I will continue to update with additional free educational printables for preschoolers. It’s important to continue our little ones education as well! I know my daughter loves learning.
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What printables are your preschoolers loving right now?
I’d love some additional links for any free educational printables for preschoolers if y’all have any! Or if you have a printable you would like to be included on this list, please e-mail me at email@example.com. Sharing is caring afterall!
These are really awesome, wish I had known these when my kids were in pre-school. I will share with a few preschooler’s mommies.
Thank you! I’d love it if you could share!
Thank you so much for sharing!!
I like having a varied assortment of activities and worksheets for my preschooler
Happy to help! I’m the same as you as my preschooler always wants to be busy and loves coloring and writing!
This is super helpful! My daughter is going to be preschool age in another year so I will need some of these!
Awesome! I hope she likes them when she’s ready 🙂
This is an excellent collection of resources!! My kids are big now but I shared this info for others to see. Wow!
Thank you so much for sharing! I really appreciate it!
This is a great list. I have been sort of overwhelmed with all of the wonderful free items available.
I know what you mean! It’s so amazing how people are coming together during this time though!
So many options thank you!
Thanks Amy! These are exactly what I have been looking for
Great! I hope you find some useful!
I’m team save the trees and don’t own a printer but can recreate these on a white board!
That’s definitely a possibility. You can also print one and put it in a clear sleeve to reuse over and over again!
Can’t get better then free stuff!
This is an amazing list, thanks!!
Thanks, I hope you find some useful!
My daughter is going to love these!
I hope she likes them as much as my daughter! We’re putting them in clear sleeves and using dry erase markers to do them over and over again!
Great printables! I’ll have to print some of these activities for my toddler! She likes worksheets occasionally
That’s how my daughter is too. Some days she loves them and other days she just needs to run and play! I hope y’all enjoy them!
I’m so excited that I found your post on preschool activities. I have a very advanced preschooler, who catches on quickly, so this will help me to keep him engaged in quality activities.
That’s amazing! I hope y’all like them and find them fun. My daughter loves them!
I’m always looking for ways to keep the kids busy (almost 5, and 3) so thanks for the ideas! My oldest especially loves learning and any sort of activity like this.
Me too, Jennifer! I hope they like it. My 4 year old keeps asking me to print more, so I had to put it in a plastic sleeve for her to do over and over!
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