Wednesday, September 12, 2012

{free} Mouse Paint Pack

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This free printable pack is based on one of my toddlers favorite books - Mouse Paint. The book does a great job of not only teaching toddlers colors, but gives a great visual illustration on how color mixing works making it a great choice for preschoolers too. mouse paint free preschool pack for toddlers

Mouse Paint for Teaching Toddlers about Colors


I love the book Mouse Paint! It is so simple, but does such a great job of not only introducing colors, but how to mix colors. This pack has been in my head a while… but I finally got a chance to put it together. I separated out the packs by what they cover so you can download the parts that you want. I think this pack is best suited for Tots & Preschoolers (2-5 years), but you be the judge for your own child.

Free Mouse Paint Worksheets to teach Toddlers COLORS 

Make & Color your own Mouse Paint Color Book, do a color puzzle, bingo marker color matching, and a great introduction to color mixing.
teach toddlers colors with free printable mouse paint preschool pack

Teach Preschoolers about SHAPES & SIZES 

You will put together your own shape book, sort the mouse by size, and put the shapes in correct jar.
Teach Preschoolers about SHAPES & SIZES  with free mouse paint worksheets

Intorduce Preschoolesr to Writing / Fine Motor with Mouse Paint Printables

This is probably more for the Preschool+ crowd. There are several pages of pre-writing practice, scissor practice, cutting & pasting, putting capital & lower case M’s in the correct jar, find the M’s, learn to make an M, and more.
Intorduce Preschoolesr to Writing / Fine Motor with Mouse Paint Printables

Mouse Paint Counting for Toddlers and Preschoolers

Have fun playing together as you count mice into the cat’s jar, roll & graph the colored mice, do simple top/bottom puzzles, and put together your own Counting Mice book.
Mouse Paint Counting for Toddlers and Preschoolers


I am thrilled with the finished product. And I couldn’t have done it without the darling graphics: Cheesy Alphabet, Overall Mouse, and Mouse Colors by Scrappin Doodles. All the graphics were bought & used with permission.  (Please read my terms of use before using.)

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22 comments:

  1. Thanks very much for sharing these! They are great!

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  2. I love this, thank you for doing these!

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  3. Awesome! Thanks so much for sharing!

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  4. We are doing color review this week and have Mouse Paint from the library. What great timing!!! THANK YOU!!!!

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  5. This is fabulous! Thanks for sharing your talents and work!

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  6. Thanks for providing such great packs that are free for us fellow homeschoolers- we truly appreciate it! Blessings.

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  7. You are amazing! Thank you so much!

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  8. This is AWESOME! Thanks for all your AMAZING work!!!!

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  9. These are so cute! I usually never have the right book to go with anyone's printables, and I think that makes it more fun for the kids (to have the right book). I happen to have Mouse Paint so I think my 3 and 5 year olds will love these! My 7 year old probably will too!
    Tara H

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  10. wow!! thanks for sharing this unit! I absoulutely LOVE IT!

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  11. Thank you for the free printables -- I'm looking forward to using these with my preschoolers!

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  12. WoW!! Awesome...so exciting to find great activities! Thanks!

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  13. Thank you for the printables. I'm going to enjoy sitting down with my daughter after work and teach her something..I really love the Pinkalicious and the pooh but I can't seem to print this one.

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  14. Check out the ownloading faq under printbles tab and if not Shoot me an email :)

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  15. Your packs are so good! I am a recently retired teacher and present workshops wherever I can [free until I become famous:-)]! I will certainly not only use your packs, but promote them. Thank you for your generosity.

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  16. Thank you for sharing these lovely learning packs! This is my first time visiting your blog and I'm truly blown away with your creativity and generosity. Thank you once again =)

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  17. we got this book for christmas, it will be fun to build around for school time. thanks!

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  18. Thanks so much! We love this book and this is a wonderful resource to go with Mouse Paint.

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