Practice fine motor skills as well as measuring concepts with your preschoolers this spring using these Free Printable Spring Cut and Paste Worksheets. Grab your no-prep printable preschool worksheets today!
Today I’m excited to be sharing another brand new set of cut and paste worksheets! Your preschoolers are sure to love putting these adorable spring flowerpots in order from shortest to tallest.
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Practice lots of important skills in your classroom or homeschool this spring including visual discrimination, problem-solving, and even fine motor skills while cutting and coloring with these cute flower-themed printables.
These free printable cut and paste sorting worksheets are perfect for exploring measuring concepts such as shortest to tallest with your preschoolers while also strengthening fine motor skills.
Bring your small group and center time activities to life with these free spring flower cut and paste printables!
Spring Math Activities for Preschoolers
Spring is the perfect time to explore math with your little learners. Plant flowers and watch them grow, explore counting and one-to-one correspondence, and even learn about symmetry with these engaging and hands-on activities.
- Plant flowers in your math center and measure them each day. Don’t forget to record your results as your flowers grow. Measuring with a ruler is a great way to practice using standard measurement tools with your preschoolers.
- Explore creative thinking, symmetry, and fine motor skills with this Flower Symmetry Painting for Kids. Add this quick and easy painting for kids idea to your next gardening preschool theme!
- Make a flower counting game using cardstock. Write a number in the center, then cut out the corresponding number of petals. Encourage your preschoolers to match each flower with the correct number of petals.
- Counting is such an important early math skill for little kids, which is why I put together this awesome Weed the Garden Math Activity for Preschoolers. It really is a fun way to teach counting and one-to-one correspondence.
Spring Cut and Paste Worksheets
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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