Summer Printable Activities for Toddlers and Preschoolers


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Packed with fun and educational activities, this Summer resource is perfect for teachers, homeschoolers, and parents looking to keep their little ones entertained while working on important skills. The variety of activities included in this pack address a range of skills such as fine motor, classification, counting, color recognition, and early learning language skills. From summer vocabulary cards to size sorting activities, there is something for every young learner in this pack.With color cards, handwriting practice sheets, DIY puzzles, and more, this pack will help your students develop critical skills in a fun and engaging way. Perfect for summer day camps and homeschoolers, this printable pack is sure to be a hit with your little ones.


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Here is what’s included:

  • Summer vocabulary cards
  • Color cards – 5 colors and 5 cards in each set
  • Handwriting practice
  • Silhouette pairing cards x 6
  • DIY puzzles
  • Cards for counting (with pegs)
  • Size sorting activities
  • Summer nature walk – scavenger Hunt
  • Do-a-dot sheets for painting
  • Blackline DIY puzzles for coloring
  • Cutting strips

35 pages
Here are some benefits of using this printable in a classroom:
Engaging and interactive activities to keep young learners entertained and focused.
Helps develop important skills such as fine motor skills, classification, counting, color recognition, and language development.
Provides hands-on learning experiences that are essential for young children.
Easy to use and ready to print, saving teachers time on lesson planning.
Can be used for individual or group work, making it versatile for classroom settings.

Ideas for using in the classroom:
Create a summer vocabulary bulletin board using the vocabulary cards and color cards.
Use the handwriting practice sheets for daily writing exercises or as part of a literacy center.
Use the DIY puzzles as a fun way to reinforce math concepts like counting and size sorting.
Take students on a nature walk scavenger hunt and have them use the scavenger hunt sheet to record their findings.
Incorporate the do-a-dot sheets into art and creative projects.
Encourage creativity and fine motor skills by having students color and cut out the DIY puzzles.
Use the cutting strips as a practical way to improve students’ cutting skills.




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