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This free Christmas printable is filled with enough elves, presents and snow to keep kindergarteners practicing their 3D shape recognition all December long. This kindergarten 3d shape printable comes ready to print with clear pictures of real life 3D objects and their corresponding 3D shape names.
This fun Christmas printable activity can be used as a simple yet effective early reading center. In this free CVC printable game students look at each of the pictures and find a match from the three words listed by the side. This Christmas CVC words literacy center comes ready to print and play!
This unicorn theme color matching mat is easy to use straight off the printer. Learning colors is an essential skill to develop and color matching activities for preschool such as this one help to broaden abstract thinking.
A space theme always goes down well with kindergarteners. It’s even better when you can tie in literacy centers to your theme, and this alphabet maze pack is a great way of helping students master their lowercase and uppercase letter recognition skills while experiencing the thrills of outer space.
Get your students writing numbers 1 to 20 this Thanksgiving using these adorable number tracing cards that will become an instant Thanksgiving math center hit! The fun turkey pictures and clear directions will help your students master accurate number formation at the start of the year.
Your students will love this shadow matching November preschool activity and will come back to play with the cute turkey characters all month long.
This simple learning to count Humpty Dumpty activity contains a whole host of preschool math skills. Using a traditional dice will encourage them to subitize while the printable dice included with this free nursery rhyme printable will allow them to master recognizing and counting to 6.
These playdough mats will capture the imagination and pumpkin carving desires of your students and provide you with many opportunities for pumpkin fine motor activities for preschoolers.
Your kindergarten students will love the spiders and the pumpkins and will master their ending sound skills so they can use this Halloween literacy activity over and over again!