This huge back to school activities Printable Pack is a great introduction to young children on the supplies they will be using as they start school. The activity pack is aimed at children that are toddlers, preschoolers and kindergarteners. They also work great in special education classes.
At a preschool age, children love hands on activities including art. You also want to work on their fine motor skills at this age so we have incorporated some fingerprint activity pages and clip cards too.
Back to school
Back to school is such a fun time… children are eager to see their new classes and teachers. This pack is a good way to familiarize children with basic vocabulary words of items they will be seeing in class. For example a glue bottle, pencil, backpacks, sharpeners, etc.
Going to school for the first time can be fun and exciting! Though, for some children, it could be a sensory overload. To make their time at school enjoyable, let your kids learn about different school supplies with this fun back to school activities pack.
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- Do a Dot Art Markers
- Card stock (to print everything out on.)
- A pocket chart (I have this one and this mini one too.)
- Write and wipe Dry Erase Pockets
- Laminator with pockets (If you want to make it reusable.)
- Clothespins (for the clip cards)
- Colored Pencils, Crayons or Markers
This School Printable pack contains over 80 pages and includes many activities.
As you will see in the example images below there are skip counting puzzles for children who are working on their counting skills. There are size sequencing cards, which are great for early math learning. For a toddler you can use 3 of the sizes and have them size it.. or for an older child you can use all 4.
I always include Q-tip and fingerprint painting activities because these are great for visual perception and hand eye coordination.
There is also some 3 part cards, uppercase and lowercase tracing letters. I have also included some color by letter activities using the earlier alphabet letters (a,b,c). This is perfect for back to school activities to give your child a little boost.
Download the back to school activities
Are you all ready for back to school? Do you have any special back to school activities planned for your child or class?
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