We are loving the warm spring weather and all the new things to discover outdoors at this time of year. Spring is the perfect season for preschoolers to get outdoors and explore. You can use these Literacy Spring Preschool Worksheets to practice all kinds of early learning skills with your kiddos at home and in the classroom this year.
These Literacy Spring Preschool Worksheets will help your little learners explore letters while comparing and contrasting them with numbers.
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Plus, these printable pages are easy to use in the classroom, as part of a homeschool lesson, or as a fun way to practice literacy skills with your preschoolers. Keep reading to get your own literacy spring preschool worksheets.
Letter and Number Discrimination
With these no-prep printables, you download, print, and then build important early literacy skills with your preschoolers while having fun.
This activity will help your preschoolers learn to identify letters and numbers as they work to pick out the letter flowers and color them one color while coloring the number flowers a different color.
Literacy Spring preschool worksheets like this help preschoolers develop all kinds of important early skills! Discriminating between letters and numbers, then sorting them accordingly will help your early learners to begin classifying objects.
Plus, it’s a great way to help your kiddos practice identifying letters as they prepare for kindergarten next year.
There are lots of fantastic ways to extend the learning with your preschoolers too! After your little learners have colored their flowers, ask them to name the letters they colored and practice saying the letter sounds too.
For even more fun, have your preschoolers point out which letters are vowels and which are consonants. You could even have them color consonants a lighter shade and vowels a darker one.
Building Literacy with Spring Read Alouds
Reading aloud to preschoolers is one of the best ways to help them develop early literacy skills. Also, it happens to be my favorite.
You can add a fun flower book to your literacy preschool worksheets with preschoolers this Spring. Here are some of our favorites for you to try:
- Mrs. Peanuckle’s Flower Alphabet (Mrs. Peanuckle’s Alphabet)* by Mrs. Peanuckle
- Flower Garden* by Eve Bunting
- Planting a Garden* by Lois Ehlert
We love to snuggle up with a good book at the end of the day! Reading aloud to preschoolers helps them to expand their vocabulary, build reading comprehension skills, and fall in love with books.
Reading aloud to preschoolers is the number one way to turn your kids into lifelong readers even before they learn to read independently. Once you’ve had fun completing these spring preschool worksheets, share a spring read-aloud with your preschoolers to keep the early reading fun going.
Spring Preschool Field Trip Ideas
These days it’s difficult to go on field trips. We are all trying to stay safe and practice social distancing and many field trips have been put on hold.
However, as the weather warms up this Spring, don’t miss the opportunity to get outdoors with your preschoolers and explore the real flowers that inspired this fun literacy spring preschool worksheet.
Why not take a trip to a nearby botanical garden? Or spend an afternoon picking wildflowers?
Then, try drawing or painting what you’ve discovered with your preschoolers. Check out these preschool process art activities for some Spring flower-themed inspiration:
- Dandelion Invitation to Create Flower Art
- Lotus Flower Process Art
- Monet’s Flower Invitation to Create
- Nectar Painting Flower Craft
Another idea is to practice pressing or drying the wildflowers you pick on your adventure. Preschoolers will have fun and learn important scientific concepts as they explore dehydrating and pressing flowers with hands-on Spring flower activities.
Don’t forget to grab your very own literacy spring preschool worksheets to practice letter identification and letter discrimination with your early learners. Then, share your favorite flower-themed learning activities for preschool in the comments. I can’t wait to read your ideas!
Literacy Spring Preschool Worksheets
There are four Literacy Spring Preschool 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 free printable spring preschool worksheets with your little kids as much as I enjoyed creating them with mine.
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