This printable spring quiet book is great for your preschool or kindergarten aged kids as it focuses on a set of basic skills.
It can be either used in the classroom or in your home and as it’s an interactive learning book it’s fun for the kids.
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Nothing is better than learning through play or having fun with printable interactive learning activities! This Printable Spring Quiet Book focuses on many of the essential basic skills that are expected for preschoolers and kindergarteners – from counting to beginning sounds.
Laminate all sheets, put them in a binder and present them to the kids to explore. Let them have fun while learning.
What you need to assemble our printable spring quiet book
- our printable spring quiet book
- laminator and laminating pouches (for page inserts you can also use protective sheets)
- printer and paper (heavier print paper is recommended)
- velcro dots
Print the pages you are going to use. Laminate and do some Velcro magic (we have simple assembly instructions printed on most of the sheets). Laminating these sheets will make the activity more durable which is especially handy in a classroom setting.
Printable Spring Quiet Book Walk-trough the Activity Pages
Snail Shape Match
Let the learning begin. The snails need their houses! But they are picky as each of them wants a house that is a specific shape. This fun learning activity will have the kids match the shapes (houses) to the shape outlines on the snails.
Have the kids count the number of the leaves on each stem and match them with the flowers.
Busy Bees and Beginning Sounds Matching
An apple begins with the letter and sound A! Let’s match all the pictures with the letters on the beehive. Have the kids say each of the words out loud before they find the beginning letter.
Butterfly Color Matching
Know your colors! There are two versions of this color learning activity – one where kids will need to match the color with words (shown bellow) and one where the bottom butterflies are filled with color (perfect for kids who can’t yet read). You can also read the words to your kids.
Number Sense Caterpillars
There are many ways you can show or write a specific number. These caterpillars will help your kids with some basic number sense. Have the kids explore tally marks, ten frames, number on a dice as well as numbers written down with words.
Practice the number order from 1 to 10 and reveal a picture hiding behind these numbers.
Have a lot of learning fun!
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