These Free Printable Seasons Worksheets are perfect for practicing creative thinking, problem-solving, and even fine motor skills while exploring weather and seasons with your preschoolers. Get yours today!
Preschoolers learn best by exploring and engaging with their environment. They are constantly learning new things, and they love to explore the world around them. One great way to help preschoolers learn is to tie their lessons into themes that correspond with the seasons.
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I’m so excited to share these adorable free seasons worksheets with you today! They’re perfect for practicing lots of important early learning skills with your preschoolers and kindergartners in an engaging and hands-on way.
There are two activities for each season. One encourages little learners to “Complete the __________ Tree Scene,” with a few ideas of things to include for each season.
The second activity gives children the opportunity to sort clothes onto clotheslines by season. This really gets kids thinking as they decide which clothing items go on each line. They may ask themselves questions such as “would I wear warm-weather clothes in the summer?”
These seasons preschool activities are also perfect to use in your centers! Set out the tree scenes along with various art supplies and let kiddos get creative making trees for each season. Don’t forget to include nature items too!
You can cut out and laminate the clothing items and then use hook and loop fasteners to make this activity one your little learners can enjoy over and over again. It’s perfect for reinforcing the concept of sorting objects into categories.
Keep reading for lots of fun and educational ideas for seasons activities for preschoolers!
Seasons Activities for Preschoolers
Each season has its own unique set of colors, flavors, weather, activities, and holidays. Check out the list below for lots of ideas for spending quality time with your preschoolers and kindergartners while exploring all four seasons:
Spring Preschool Activities
- Go on a scavenger hunt for different flowers. See how many different types your child can find.
- Make homemade mud pies in the backyard. Add some rocks, leaves, and sticks to make it extra realistic.
- Fly kites on a windy day.
- Plant flowers or vegetables together in a small garden.
Summer Preschool Activities
- Play outside in the water! Set up a sprinkler for your children to enjoy.
- Make homemade ice cream. Try using different fruits to make unique flavors.
- Take a trip to the beach or pool and build sandcastles or splash around.
- Go on a picnic lunch and fly kites in an open field.
Fall Preschool Activities
- Take a nature hike and collect leaves of different colors. Then, help your child glue the leaves to a piece of construction paper in the shape of a tree.
- Play “I Spy” with things that are typically found in autumn, such as acorns, pumpkins, and leaves.
- Visit a local farm and take a hayride. Many farms also have corn mazes, which can be great fun for preschoolers.
- Make homemade applesauce or pumpkin pies. Let your child help with the preparation and enjoy the fruits of your labor together!
Winter Preschool Activities
- Play outside in the snow! Go sledding, make snow angels, or have a snowball fight.
- Make homemade hot chocolate and eat marshmallows together.
- Read stories about wintertime while snuggling by the fireplace.
- Get creative with arts and craft projects using winter-themed stamps, stickers, and washable markers.
Now that you have some great ideas for seasonal activities, it’s time to get started! Choose one activity from each season and enjoy spending time with your preschooler while they learn about the world around them.
Free Printable Seasons Worksheets
There are eight Free Printable Seasons Worksheets included.
Keep in mind that all preschoolers do things in their own time and on their own terms. What one is ready for, another might not be. Please use your best mama judgement when planning activities for your little kids.
I hope you enjoy using these seasons preschool worksheets with your little kids as much as I enjoyed creating them with mine.
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