Here’s a weather themed printable for your little ones – a rain cutting worksheet. Can they carefully cut along the falling rain? This cutting practice sheet is a perfect way
Here’s our collection of spring printables which are brilliant for toddlers, preschoolers and kindergarten children.
The flowers are blooming, the chicks are tweeting and the lambs are skipping so it’s about time to grab some of these spring activities and enjoy some spring themed learning!
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Well it’s raining again so why not make the most of it and count those raindrops with this rainy day number tracing and counting worksheet? It’s a great way for
Continuing with some Spring themed printables, here’s a butterfly color matching game to help develop those color recognition skills and learn the color names. It’s spring and the butterflies are
The birds are singing, the flowers are blooming and the sun is peeking out through the rain. It can mean only one thing – spring is here! So why not
Although it may not always feel like it, spring is here! For that reason I’ve made a little spring math game. It’s a sweet, little number game to help
With spring almost upon us, I decided to welcome in the warmer weather (and probably lots of rain) with a fun little spring flower color matching game your toddlers and
Spring is almost upon us, so why not welcome in the warmer weather (and probably lots of rain) with a fun little spring flower matching game your toddlers and preschoolers
These cute SATPIN clip cards are a lovely way to help practice and develop those phonics skills. There’s 4 cards for each letter – s,
What Skills Can Your Little Ones Learn And Develop? This number tracing printable is designed to help your children practice and develop their prewriting skills,
Here’s an awesome printable octopus puzzle for your little learners to practice their cutting and sticking skills with. This cut and paste activity is easy
Stomp, stomp, stomp.. what’s that coming over the hill? Is it a monster? Oh no it’s just a super cute elephant that your little learners