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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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    Thematic Spring Unit Preschool Printable

    Michelle, the creative face behind the blog, Musings of Me, has designed {and been gracious enough to share!} this fabulous spring themed unit that your preschoolers are sure to enjoy! Spanning multiple subject areas - math, language arts, science, and more! - this is a fantastic, easy way to overhaul your learning centers for some spring fun! Here are a few of our favorite worksheets/learning concepts... See, Trace, Make Perfect for learning and committing to memory new vocabulary words,...

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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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    Christmas Christmas Nativity Preschool Printable

    Lacy over at Catholic Icing drew this awesome nativity scene for the Christmas holiday and has graciously shared links to the printables so others can enjoy it too! Simply download each sheet, provide your kiddos with crayons, and invite them to get coloring - when finished, cut out each piece and mount on a toilet paper roll that's been cut to size.

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    Spring Easter Egg Math Counting Preschool Printable

    Busy Bee Kids Printables is a great place to look if you're in need of Easter themed math center printables. They offer a fantastic selection of numbers and counting worksheets, as well as printables focused on simple addition and subtraction skills. Here are a few of our favorites! Easter Egg Counting Fill-In Your preschoolers are sure to love this simple {colorful!} Easter egg puzzle! In order to "help" all the eggs reach the basket, students are charged with the task of filling in the...

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    Dr Seuss Emergent Reader Preschool Printable

    Jeannie over at Kindergarten Lifestyle created this 23-page emergent reader {and offers it as a FREE resource over at her blog!} that would go perfectly with your lesson plans for Dr. Seuss birthday or even Earth Day! Written in the familiar style of Eric Carle's children's classic, Brown Bear, Brown Bear, your students are sure to recognize the text pattern, making it easier for them to read it independently, while also also providing them with a way to review sight words and colors. Not to...

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    Patriotic Game Preschool Printable

    Looking for a fun patriotic game to do with your kiddos this weekend? We found this fun rocket coloring page at Crayola® and thought it would work fantastically for a "Roll-A-Rocket" game and craft! Supplies You'll Need Rocket coloring page Card stock Markers "Roll-A-Rocket" game directions {see example below} Dark blue construction paper Glue Star stickers, silver gel pen, silver paint pen, etc.

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  • 10/26/11--06:00: Fall Color-By-Number
  • Fall Problem Solving and Math Preschool Lesson Plan

    Following directions. Numeral recognition. Color and color word recognition. Fine motor building. These fall themed color-by-number printables from Annie of The Moffatt Girls are a fun way to get some extra skill practice during the holiday season.

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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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    Weather, Seasons, and Months of the Year Preschool Printable

    We were so busy drooling over the fabulous printable weather unit yesterday that we didn't notice this awesome four season spinner Beth over at Living Life Intentionally had available for download! The perfect addition to your weather activities, Beth created a two step spinner - the first circle shows the various seasons and the second circle displays the months of the year. We think this is a great way to help your kiddos make the connection between seasons and when they occur. Add this...

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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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    sight word leprechaun St. Patrick's Day preschool printable coloring page

    This brilliant printable from the St. Patrick's Day mini-unit designed by Rachelle of What the Teacher Wants!, used as is or as inspiration for your own worksheet, makes a great addition to any celebration because it cultivates several skills all at once: Students learn/review common sight and color words. Students practice matching and following directions. Students develop the fine motor coordination and hand muscles {as they color} needed for writing. Not only that, the printable...

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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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  • 12/13/10--06:00: Paper Food Cutouts
  • worksheet with hand drawn pictures of common foods

    Don't let these awesome (hand-drawn!) food printables from Lindsey Boardman at Filth Wizardry fool you. While they look like they're only for pretend play, students will get so much more out of this exercise than a mere homemade toy (although they'll think that's pretty spectacular in and of itself!). Activity Skill Practice As your preschoolers attempt to color the food items with the proper colors (i.e. color the broccoli green and the strawberries red, etc.), they practice recognizing...

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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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  • 02/08/12--06:00: President Coloring Book
  • President's Day History Coloring Book Preschool Printable

    If you're looking for a quick activity for President's Day, check out this coloring book from TSL Books. Forty-three pages - one for each of the presidents up through George W. Bush and directions on where to find a free Obama coloring page - your preschoolers will have a great time coloring as they learn!

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    Patriotic President's Day Literacy Preschool Printable

    Help your preschoolers review sight words and color words with this adorable patriotic themed worksheet created by Kathleen of Growing Kinders. With its cutesy clip art and promise of coloring fun, we think it would be just perfect for your President's Day literacy center!

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    Easter Preschool Printable

    Julissa Mora, contributor at We Love to Illustrate, created a super cute Easter printable that would be perfect for your spring lessons or classroom Easter celebration. It's super simple - which is the beauty of it - and we know it will be a hit with your preschoolers. Combination coloring page and math activity, invite your kiddos to go on an Easter egg hunt, coloring the fantastic illustration and counting the number of Easter eggs hidden on the page.

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    Math and Literacy Preschool Printable

    Still searching for first day/week activities for the new school year? Check out this simple color-by-number name activity from Erin of Royal Baloo. Not only is it a great way to reacquaint your new preschoolers with the letters in and spelling of their name, it's also a fun way to assess what your kiddos know about numbers and colors! Great for small group instruction, we suggest first working through the key, inviting your students to color the actual color words with the coordinating...

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  • 11/30/11--06:00: Gingerbread Dice Game
  • Winter and Christmas Counting Math Game Preschool Printable

    We found this fun math game over at Kinzie's Kreations and thought it would make a great winter math center activity! Here's the gist - each player gets a gingerbread game board and some crayons. On their turn, invite your students to roll a die, count the number of dots displayed, then find the corresponding numeral on their game board and color in the section. [NOTE: There are multiples of each number. However, if the student can't find any uncolored spots that correspond with the number...

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    President's Day Money and Social Studies Preschool Printable

    President's Day provides a great segue for discussing money with your preschoolers. Provide coin samples and magnifying glasses, inviting your students to take a closer look at each. Have them identify the various elements shared by each coin {dates, slogans, etc.}, as well as observe the differences {feature faces, size, metal, etc.}. After an exploration of the current U.S. coins, try this fun activity...

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