I’ve got a new series of fun and educational printables for you! 7 Days of Halloween Printables for toddlers, preschoolers, and kindergarteners covering different math and literacy objectives with games, clip cards, mini books, and more.
Toddlers can learn and review colors with this printable Rainbow Pumpkin Color Matching Game! Simple, large cards and just a few matches, perfect for little hands and minds.
Reinforce letter recognition, practice counting, and improve hand-eye coordination and fine motor skills in a fun way with this no prep Letter A Connect the Dots worksheet. Three levels: Numbers 1-16, letter A plus numbers 1-16, and different letters and numbers.
Have fun exploring and discussing basic emotions with toddlers and preschooler with this cute printable Watermelon Emotions Matching Game. Can be played on different levels, from absolute beginners to full memory games.
Printables for Kids: Fun with cute ocean creatures coloring pages!
Practice your colors with this fun printable Color Matching Dominoes game! My toddler loved it, and it’s great for preschoolers, too.
Printables for Kids: Back to Preschool Printable Pack to go with the book Maisy Goes to Preschool; I Spy games, dot marker letters, prewriting tracing, puzzles, and more!
Counting, graphing, taking turns, rolling a die, and more: This simple cute printable Ninja Graphing Game works on many skills and is just plain fun for both my preschooler and elementary student.
Practice basic colors, color sorting, and color matching with these simple, fun Color Matching Activities for Kids! Includes clip cards, matching games, memory games, domino games, and more for toddlers and preschoolers.
Learn about the letter b with this cute, colorful, printable Letter B Mini Folding Book! (Includes a black and white version, too.) This tiny book is made from one sheet of paper with minimal cutting and perfect for little hands of toddlers and preschoolers.
Simple basic color circles printable to practice color recognition, color sorting, color words, etc. Great for different learning activities for toddlers, preschoolers, and kindergarteners.
A fun and simple no-prep way for preschoolers and toddlers to learn their letters: printable B is for Baseball Dot Marker Coloring Pages! Great with or without dot markers.