Patriotic Preschool Worksheets
Toddler, Preschool, and Kindergarten age kids are to love learning with these 6 fun activities for practicing counting and visual discrimination (matching) skills.
This are perfect for 4th of July, Presidents Day, Memorial Day, and more!
Memory GamePrint on scrapbook paper for a fun matching game. The scrapbook paper will stop kids from being able to see through the cards as they play without distorting the colors on the printed side.
Set of 2 Puzzles for Counting to 3Print, laminate and cut out these fun puzzles for a quick way to practice counting to 3 with your littlest learners!
Clip Cards for MatchingPrint, laminate and cut out these 6 cute cards and have your child place a clothespin on the matching star at the bottom of each card.
Clip Cards for Counting to 6Print, laminate and cut out these 6 cards to match numerals to pictures.
Set of Patterning CardsPrint on card stock and/or laminate, then cut out these cards for a fun way to practice making patterns. Print two copies of the patterning cards to make longer or more complex patterns
Spin & Cover Stars GamePrint and laminate the game. Then assemble a spinner using a paper fastener and a paper clip. To play, spin the spinner and cover up a star that matches the one that was spun. You can also play as a two player game. Players lose a turn when there are no matching stars to cover. The player with the most stars covered is the winner.
More FREE Preschool Packs for Kids
- Weather Themed Pre-K Pack
- Farm Cutting Practice
- Hungry Caterpillar Worksheets
- Solar System PreK Pack
- Food Themed Pre-K Pack
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Kim is an 8-year homeschooling veteran of 4 daughters including a special needs preschooler. As a family, they have traveled the world and have been to 44 states, 2 Canadian Provinces and 7 countries including the Republic of Georgia where they lived for 9 years. Kim loves hands-on homeschooling and is always looking for ways to make school more fun! She blogs at Life Over C's and Lime Green Living.