Strengthen fine motor skills and practice measuring with your preschool-aged learners using these Free Printable Summer Cut and Paste Worksheets. These adorable no-prep preschool worksheets are perfect for your next summer theme. Grab yours today!
I can’t get over how adorable these brand new summer cut and paste worksheets are. I’m super excited to share them with you today! By now, I’m sure you know that my preschool kiddo loves cut and paste printables.
After all, little kids learn best through engaging and hands-on activities and these free printable preschool worksheets are a perfect example.
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Your preschoolers will have a wonderful time coloring and cutting out the frozen treats and then pasting them in order from shortest to tallest. It’s a great, no-prep way to practice measuring skills with your little learners this summer.
Not only that, but this is the perfect summer preschool activity to make three-dimensional. Use cardstock and craft sticks to make your own frozen treats and then encourage children put them in order just like they did using these no-prep printables.
Looking for a quick and easy summer craft? Make and decorate lots of frozen treats using basic craft supplies. Using glitter pens and colored glue is also a great way to strengthen fine motor skills. And of course, adding beads and sequins means lots of practice with pincer grasp.
These cut and paste printables are also perfect for your summer-themed centers. Color and cut out the frozen treats then laminate and add hook and loop fasteners for an engaging and hands-on measuring activity that your preschoolers can use all summer long.
Plus, they’re lots of fun! Keep reading to get your free printable summer cut and paste worksheets!
Summer Cut and Paste Worksheets
There are four Summer Cut and Paste 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 summer preschool worksheets with your little kids as much as I enjoyed creating them with mine.
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