This free printable can be made into a book titled, “Pumpkin Investigation.” You simply print each page in the proper order to make the book! Then the pages have fun worksheets that preschool students can work at doing.
Free worksheets for preschool, kindergarten and elementary school.
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At Bright Minds Preschool of Hobart in Hobart, Indiana they had a lot of fun, “Visiting,” a pumpkin patch full of letters and helping their students as they worked to fill their wheelbarrows with all the letters in their name!
With our free printables below your class can do this activity too!
Here is Mrs. Brittany’s class at Elite Education in Gallatin, Tennessee we read, “How to Catch a Monster.” Then we created our own monsters as a fun craft activity and also wrote about how we would catch them! Check it out below and then get a free template so you can do it with your own class as well!
Using these free monster printables your class can make all kinds of wild monsters! We have a two free monster body templates as well as monster eyes and mouths that you can use as many of as you would like to make a scary and impressive monster. Through a mixture of these printables as well as coloring with crayons all kinds of amazing monsters can be created!
These bat-themed worksheets are great for preschool students who are working on their math skills and counting. For each worksheet there is a bat which has a number on each wing and a blank spot in-between which is the missing number that the preschoolers need to figure out!
These free printables are wonderful for discussing and illustrating the life cycle of an Oak tree. You can use them in your classroom to talk about how even a big and impressive Oak tree starts-out as a tiny acorn.
At A Sunshine Palace Day Care in Troy, New York they have been celebrating how it is beginning of the Fall season by starting-off their Halloween-themed fun with pumpkin counting puzzles!
You can print-out your own for free as well, so what are you waiting for, grab your download below and have your students get started with counting fun!
These Halloween silhouettes which you place on paper plates is an easy craft which is great for all ages!
“Boo!” is something you will be hearing a lot as it is a spooky time of year with Halloween approaching and Halloween-themed activities happening all around us.