{FREE} Preschool Activities & Worksheet Printables

Since my oldest is starting school this week I thought I would get some things together for my youngest son to do while he’s stuck at home with Momma.  He will be 4 in September and we probably won’t be doing any sort of preschool for him, but we haven’t yet decided.  In the meantime I know I can be working on things here at home to help build some skills and get him a little more prepared for that big day he starts Kindergarten.  I am sharing some really great sources for preschool activities and printables for you to also utilize with your little ones.

P.S.  If you or your kids are totally in to Star Wars, there is even a super cute printable pack down at the bottom just for you!  It’s adorable!
Preschool Printables.

Blue Bike Worksheet
Bird Theme printable pack
Garden Printable Pack
More preschool printables
easy patterns worksheets
Star Wars collage


  1. says

    Thank you sooooo much for posting this! We’re about to head off on a very long road trip and these will be great to make a few workbooks for my little man since he’ll be missing preschool!
    Actually, I adore all of the link lists that you post – thought I rarely come and say thank you. So big thank you for all the time and effort you put into these!!!! :o)

  2. says

    In the United Kingdom nursery school (or “teamwork”) is a form of pre-school education. In the United States is the use of the terms “pre-school” and “pre-K ‘, while the” nursery “is an older term.
    The work is organized within the framework of pre-school teachers to create professional. The framework includes structural (administration, class size, and the proportion of the student and the teacher, and services, etc.), process (quality environments classroom, and the interactions between the teacher and the child, etc.), and alignment (standards, curriculum, assessments) components that are associated with each child’s unique kind of individual that has the results of both social and academic. In each age band, it should be the appropriate approach. For example, it would be natural to teach the child how to count to 10 after the age of four. Arguably Foundation opened the first pre-school in 1816 by Robert Owen in New Lanark, Scotland. The Hungarian countess Teresa Brunszvik in the year 1828. In 1837, opened Frederick فوربيل and one in Germany, coined the term “kindergarten.”
    toddler to preschool activities

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