In Preschool and Early Kindergarten, children work on basic skills: color recognition, scissor skills, learning letters, and more. Worksheets and printables are only one of the ways to help children learn these early skills.
I often make workbooks for my preschooler so she feels like she’s doing school like the “big kids”. After we’ve played a matching game, or put together a File Folder Game, or practiced letters with playdough, we do a page or two out of her homemade notebook.
Crayon Color Match – Match the correct crayon to the object of the same color
Crayon Color Animal Match – Match the correct crayon to the animal of the same color
Match the Color! – Match the correct color crayon to its name
Color Recognition Printable Packet – 9-page set of color recognition printables
Scissors Skills: The Letter A
Scissor Skills: The Letter C
Scissor Skills: The Letter K
Scissor Skills: The Letter S
Scissor Skills: Garden
Scissor Skills: Hearts & Flowers
Scissor Skills: Snowflake Fun!
Scissor Skills: Cut & Paste Fall Leaves Activity
10-Page Scissor Skills Packet
Matching/Sorting Activities utilizing Scissor Skills:
What’s the Missing Letter?
Match Game Printable Packet – contains 3 different Match Games: transportation, zoo animals, fruit
Fall Match Game – Fall-themed: leaves, pumpkins, scarecrow, and more
Thanksgiving Match Game – all Thanksgiving-themed: pie, Native Americans, Pilgrims, turkey, and more
Beginning Sounds Match Game – match cards with the same beginning sounds
Christmas Match Game – all Christmas-themed: candy canes, presents, Christmas Tree, stable, and more
Numbers and Counting
1 through 100 Printable Number Cards – 3 style available to download with many suggestions in how to use them
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