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Hundreds of free, printable coloring pages for kids. We have coloring pages of animals, Christmas, Thanksgiving, and other major holidays, and much more!

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  • 07/10/12--06:00: Drawing Shape Monsters!
  • Drawing and Shape Recognition Preschool Printable

    Here's a fun {reusable!} drawing and shape recognition printable from Michelle over at The Best Toys for Toddlers. Simply print the pages onto card stock, cut them apart, them laminate and bind them together with a binder ring. Paired with dry erase crayons or markers in assorted colors, your kiddos will have a blast identifying the shape on each page and using it to create a shape monster! The best part is the pages wipe clean - ready for the next student to have fun! For this adorable shape...

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    Summer Olympics Coloring Preschool Printables

    This fabulous collection of Olympic sports coloring pages from Instant Display are sure to be a hit with your preschoolers. Introduce them one at a time as you study the various sporting events featured in the Olympic games or provide your kiddos with the entire booklet to color as they watch the games! You might also consider shrinking and printing the images onto blank index cards... Creating vocabulary flash cards Printing two sets of cards and using them to play a memory/matching...

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    Back To School and All About Me Preschool Printable

    Along with icebreakers and other back-to-school activities, the beginning of the school year offers the perfect opportunity to integrate an "All About Me" unit. Not only does it take some of the pressure off (students are exploring a topic they already know about - themselves!), but it allows you to get to know each of your students better and invites students to get acquainted/reacquainted with their classmates. We found this printable "All About Me" booklet over at A Year of Family Home...

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    Back To School and All About Me Preschool Printable

    Here's another spectacular "All About Me" book created and graciously shared {for FREE!} over at Kindergarten Nana. A few things we love... The kiddos added both hand and footprints to the booklet making it an instant keepsake! Students were measured with yarn and added an actual piece of yarn, equaling their height, to the book. Simply writing their height works, of course, but we love the visual/interactive element! Graphing extension activities were used with several of the pages,...

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    Alphabet, Printing Practice, and Color Review Preschool Printable

    Strengthening letter and color recognition, as well as color word recognition, these fun worksheets from KidsTV123.com offer a great way to review and assess your kiddos' knowledge of the alphabet. Eight worksheets in total, featuring three letters each (Xx and Zz being the only letters excluded), your preschoolers are certain to have fun coloring as they review/learn their letters! Other considerations... For extra practice, add a shape component - i.e. Students must draw a different shape...

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  • 08/08/12--06:00: My First Day of School
  • First Day of School Preschool Printable

    Here's a fun first day of school activity from Nina over at First Grade Wizards. It's a great way to help your preschoolers share the details of their first day and a low key way to wind down at the end of the day! The worksheet six boxes were your kiddos can draw pictures of various things to share with their families when they get home... A self-portrait {recording their awesome first day of school outfits!} A view of the classroom from their desk A portrait of a new friend A...

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    Children's Books and Literacy Preschool Printable

    Bill Martin Jr.'s Chicka Chicka Boom Boom is always a fun book to explore together! Kathy over at First Grade a la Carte shared several fabulous printables that were created to go along with the popular children's book and provide your kiddos with some alphabet practice! The first is a letter matching activity. Students are invited to match the provided letter cutouts to the correct place on the tree. As an extension/alternative, you might also consider scripting letters onto colorful circle...

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  • 08/28/12--06:00: Pirate Lapbook Printables
  • Pirate Preschool Printables

    Jolanthe over at Homeschool Creations created this awesome pirate lapbook printable that we know will be a hit with your preschoolers and will go fabulously with your pirate lessons! There are so many great activities we don't know where to start... Created to go along with Sarah Courtauld and Benji Davies' On a Pirate Ship, Jolanthe and her son began their pirate fun by reading the story together and writing a short summary and their activities branched out from there. They played a fun...

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    Pirate Preschool Printables

    You find pirate activities galore in this awesome {FREE!} preschool pack from Pam of Over The Big Moon! With 17 activities in all, there's something for everyone! Prewriting practice. Scissor skills. Patterning. Sorting. Counting. Beginning letter sounds. These are just a few of the available exercises and skills your kiddos will practice using the worksheets in this preschool pack! Our favorite activity? The pirate strip puzzle! Not only will it help your preschoolers strengthen numeral...

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    Johnny Appleseed Writing and Math Preschool Printables

    Johnny Appleseed Day is coming up on September 26th and, to help your preschoolers get in the spirit of the day, we found some fun printable activities over at Peace, Love and Learning! The activities would make a great addition to your writing and math centers... Johnny Appleseed was... The first freebie Donna offers is a descriptive writing exercise. For younger students, Donna highly suggests first doing the activity as a class, creating an anchor chart, and then inviting your kiddos to...

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    Back To School, Fall, and Johnny Appleseed Multi-Skill Preschool Printables

    If you've never visited Kindergarten Hoppenings. Go. Go now! Kindergarten teacher, Shannon Martin, offers a ton of fabulous learning ideas and {FREE} printable resources - we know it's sure to become a fast favorite! As a little teaser, check out Shannon's amazing apple unit! Perfect for fall and/or Johnny Appleseed Day, along with a full lesson write-up and list of literature recommendations for you and your kiddos to explore together, Shannon graciously offers 17 multi-skill printables that...

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  • 09/24/12--06:00: Pumpkin Patch Counting
  • Fall Pumpkin Fine Motor and Counting Preschool Printable

    Perfect for fall, this adorable pumpkin patch counting worksheet from Heidi over at Heidisongs is a great way to provide your kiddos with some fine motor practice as they build counting and numeral recognition skills! The concept is simple... Provide your students with a pumpkin patch counting mat, crayons, and fall themed manipulatives - acorns, orange pom pom 'pumpkins', fake/silk fall leaves, real pumpkin seeds, orange play dough {that can be sculpted into pumpkin shapes}, etc. Selecting a...

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    Columbus Day Coloring Page and Drawing Preschool Printable

    After learning a little bit more about Christopher Columbus and his trek across the Atlantic Ocean, this coloring page we found over at Super Coloring is a great way to spark your kiddos' imagination and creativity! Invite your preschoolers to imagine themselves as Christopher Columbus; how he must have felt at the start of the journey, what it must have been like to be on a boat for 33 days, and how he must have felt when they finally reached land - and not just any land, but a new world that...

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  • 10/19/12--06:00: Halloween ABC Order
  • Halloween Literacy and Alphabet Preschool Printable

    Katie Knight, first grade teacher and creator of Teacher to the Core, created this Halloween themed printable and graciously shares it {for FREE} at her blog! Fabulous for introducing new seasonal vocabulary and building fine motor skills as well as providing your preschoolers with letter and ordering practice, your preschoolers are sure to get a kick out of the cutesy clip art and have a blast completing the exercise. For the download and a ton of other great Halloween themed learning ideas,...

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    Election Preschool Printables

    If you're looking for some fun, last-minute election themed activities to do with your kiddos, check out these awesome worksheets! Sarah, blogger at All Things With Purpose, shared this fun election packet via Tip Junkie. With it, your preschoolers will have a blast designing their own campaign buttons and posters as well as review and practice the concept of voting by casting their own vote with Sarah's fun voting game printables! Michelle over at Teach123 suggests holding a mock...

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    Thanksgiving Math Preschool Printables

    Teri, first grade teacher and blogger at A Cupcake for the Teacher, created these adorable Thanksgiving themed roll and color games that would be perfect for your holiday math center! Between the seven worksheets, there are five variations of play... roll one die roll one die, add one roll one die, add two roll one die, subtract one roll two die, count the dots These printables are great for counting practice, numeral recognition, and working with simple addition/subtraction...

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    100th Day of School Colors and Counting Preschool Printable

    This coloring page from Ashley over at The Polka Dot Patch is a great way to help your kiddos review colors/color words, build counting skills, and of course, ties in well with your 100th day of school lesson plans! The activity is two-fold; first, students are invited to identify the color word next to each image and use markers or other graphic art tools to color all of the images on the sheet with the appropriate color, and second, students must count the number of each object and fill in...

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  • 01/21/13--07:00: Sweetheart Colors & Counting
  • February and Valentine's Day Colors and Math Preschool Printables

    Amber of 2 Teaching Mommies put together these great Valentine's Day printable interactive booklets that would go great in your February/holiday math center! Using a cutesy traditional candy heart theme, your preschoolers are sure to have fun as they build counting, color word/sight word recognition, numeral recognition, and handwriting skills. Not to mention, they're sure to enjoy that the booklets double as coloring books! For both the 'Sweetheart Colors' and 'Sweetheart Counting'...

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    Black History Month Preschool Printable

    Dina over at The Constant Kindergartner created this fabulous poster for Black History Month that features important African American historical figures. From Martin Luther King Jr and Ruby Bridges to Sojourner Truth and George Washington Carver, this poster offers a great way to introduce and review each new person to your preschoolers. The download comes with full color and black and white posters, as well as a coloring page that doubles as a writing exercise. This, of course, works great...

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    Patriotic President's Day American Flag Coloring Page for Kids and Preschool Printable

    We found this cute flag coloring page over at Crayola and thought it offered some great opportunities for learning this President's Day! {Sight Word Coloring}. Select three focus sight words, inviting your students to follow the key and 'color by sight word'! {Letter Find}. Use the flag as a cute backdrop for a letter find. Print upper and lower case letters all around the drawing, inviting students to find a particular letter {P for President's Day or F for Flag, perhaps} and circle...

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