Color by Sight Word Independence Day Preschool Worksheets are an excellent way to build fine motor skills and practice early reading with your preschooler. Get yours today!
I’m really excited about the 4th of July this year! I decided to channel that enthusiasm into making some fun new Color by Sight Word Independence Day Preschool Worksheets this year. These adorable patriotic printables are perfect for practicing sight words, fine motor skills, and early reading skills with your preschool learners.
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There are so many ways to have fun learning with these Independence Day color by sight word pages. You can print them for extra practice on a rainy day or incorporate them into a bigger patriotic-themed learning week. Check out some of the great skills you can touch on with these worksheets and activities for adding a little extra learning for your preschooler below.
Sight Word Practice
Practicing sight words with your preschooler is an excellent way to build reading comprehension skills and help your little learner develop a love of reading at an early age. Since sight words make up the majority of the words in early readers, having them memorized is a good way to give your preschooler an advantage.
Sight words often don’t follow the normal rules of pronunciation or spelling which can make them difficult to sound out. Having these words memorized will give your preschooler the opportunity to breeze past them and focus on deciphering more difficult words.
These color by sight word printable pages are the perfect way to practice important sight words with your preschooler. Plus, coloring pages are a fun and easy way to build lots of other important preschool skills too.
Build Fine Motor Skills
Practicing fine motor skills with your preschooler is easy with color by code worksheets. Coloring isn’t just fun, it’s also a great way to help your kids build important skills.
- Proper Pencil Grip
- Strong Finger Muscles for Handwriting
- Greater Ability to Concentrate
Coloring in general can help preschool learners improve their fine motor skills. The actions, motions, and precise pencil grip involved in coloring are very helpful for handwriting later. Focusing on developing fine motor skills in your preschooler can help them better manipulate small objects (Think buttoning their own pants and tying their shoes!) and help them develop beautiful penmanship.
Picture Books for Independence Day
Reading aloud to your preschooler is a great way to help prepare him for reading on his own one day. It also helps kids learn to use their imagination and develop language and listening skills. Check out these adorable Independence Day picture books your kids are sure to love.
- Duck for President* by Doreen Cronin
- How to Make a Cherry Pie and See the U.S.A.* by Marjorie Priceman
Fine Motor Activities
After coloring these fun Independence day sight word printables, you should definitely try some of these other fun patriotic ways to practice fine motor skills with your preschool learner.
Use red, white, and blue beads to make your own patriotic bracelets and necklaces. This activity is a great way to practice manipulating small objects and building finger muscles for handwriting.
Patriotic Sensory Bin
Check out my fun patriotic themed sensory bin activity for some fun ways to explore the senses. It’s great for practicing “pincer grasp” with your preschooler.
Use my printable star templates, ribbons, and a hole puncher to create your own lacing cards. The final product makes a cute decoration for any 4th of July party. Plus, lacing is the perfect way to build fine motor skills.
Color by Sight Word Independence Day Preschool Worksheets
Get your Color by Sight Word Independence Day Preschool Worksheets via Teachers Pay Teachers here.
Balloons and Firecracker
Banners and Stars
Heart and Pinwheel
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 color by sight word patriotic preschool worksheets with your little kids as much as I enjoyed creating them with mine.
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