Welcome to the Weekly Printable Pages Round-Up here at Mama’s Learning Corner! I hope you find some wonderful new-to-you printable gems this week.
As usual, these printables are targeted at Preschoolers – 2nd graders. However, you can adapt them easily to a wider age-range of children.
I update my Worksheets & Printables for Pre-K to Second Grade Pinterest Board faithfully throughout the week, so make sure you’re following along!
The Weekly Printable Pages Round-Up
Here are the details for the all new Weekly Printable Pages Round-Up:
- The round-up post will be published each weekend, usually on Saturday.
Blogs, and the internet as a whole, are typically a little slower on the weekends, and this is the perfect time to find new printable pages.
- Most resources highlighted will be free, but I’ll also post quality paid products on occasion.
The Printables Blogging Community is unbelievably giving – a vast majority of printables online are free. In addition to those free downloads, there are many quality, inexpensively priced printable products from Educational Blogs. I’ll find the best and highlight them in weekly posts.
- I’ll feature 1 or 2 printables from the archives here at Mama’s Learning Corner.
Mama’s Learning Corner started in June 2011. I’ve posted a large assortment of free printables over the past 2 years, and some have gotten a bit lost in the shuffle. I’ll highlight a couple of oldies in the weekly posts in case you missed them the first time around.
Dog’s Colorful Day Printables For Kindergartners
Sara from Happy Brown House shares a Kindergarten Pack using the book Dog’s Colorful Day. The packet includes color-by-number, matching cards, and more. Super cute!
Color With Nature – Free Animal Templates
Penny from Wildlife Fun 4 Kids shares a wonderful idea – “coloring” with items found in nature! Sticks, leaves, grass, etc.
She gives some wonderful examples in her post and also provides 4 free printables to get us started.
Design Your Own Printable Masks
I adore the printables from Picklebums! These Design Your Own Printable Masks have endless possibilities for hours of fun.
It would make the perfect Rainy Day Activity!
R is for Robot Printable Game
Tabitha from Meet Penny shares a printable robot game that would be perfect to use when studying the Letter R. The game can be used with just one player or multiple players. Directions are included in the post.
Reading Comprehension: Sara’s Trip to the Grocery Store
In this reading comprehension worksheet, Sara takes a trip to the grocery store with her mom. Read the passage and then answer the questions.
The Think About It questions are meant to be answered aloud to spark conversation about the story.