We have some wonderful printables you can use with your children when learning about Spring. Find sequencing games, file folder games, coloring pages, bookmarks and classroom charts! This would be a great theme to combine with our Farm Theme as the new arrivals of animals in Spring are fascinating for young children to study. Butterflies and Frogs would be a wonderful companion theme as well.
This free Spring Matching Game requires pattern recognition on different shapes and builds key visual discrimination skills,
Build fine motor skills with your students using these free Spring Pin and Poke Activities. Great for small motor muscle control.
Make Way for Ducklings makes a wonderful read aloud for your preschool students and lends itself well to some darling and fun activities… like Duck Pond Slime!
A set of free printable Spring Wordwall Cards,featuring the words; Spring, rainbow, robin,butterfly, seeds, rain, sunlight, flowers.
This is a beautiful chart you can hang in yourclassroom or use in student notebooks. Equip children with these colorful descriptions of Spring.
This is a printable file folder game for children tomatch the pictures to the correct beginning letter. Children can sound out each word to listen for the beginning sound then match it with the correct letter.
This is a printable file folder game for childrenworking on uppercase and lowercase letter correct stem.
This is a cute an colorful spring memory matchgame for learning centers. Print two sets,laminate for durability and let children enjoy matching these thematic pictures.
Four Seasons Printable Chart
This is a simple chart you can hang up in theclassroom or provide one for each child.Features full color photographs with thedifferent seasons written across thebottom.
This is a simple cut and paste activity for children working on scissor skills. Children color, then on the picture.
A set of thick line coloring pages just right for little hands. Children color in the pictures, then trace the words, “Spring is” and then write in their own answers. Help younger children choose an answer from the chart above, or come up with their own.