Inside: Looking for some back to school printables that preschoolers can enjoy during that first week? Here’s a fun collection that’s free, and includes resources for teachers, too!
I can’t believe it’s almost the back-to-school season!
Well, we still have a few more weeks, but I know other areas in the country have either already returned, or are super close.
Oh, and teachers, I’m adding free printables for you, too! Scroll down a bit to find them.
Free Back to School Printables for Preschoolers
This is Me! – A page for preschoolers to draw a self-portrait on the first day of school. Can go into a portfolio!
All About Me – An informative fill-in page that compiled together would make a cute bulletin board display for kids to learn about each other at the beginning of the year. (Classroom Doodles)
Back to School Bingo – This picture bingo game is a fun first week game with back-to-school-themed squares. (Crazy Little Projects)
Back to School Preschool Centers – These printables make great tray activities for color and letter matching. (In My World)
My First Day of Preschool – Preschoolers will draw a self portrait and explain their feelings about their first day at preschool. (Supply Me)
Back to School Tracing and Coloring – Toddlers will trace back-to-school shape outlines, trace the words, and also color in the shapes. (Totschooling)
Back to School Math and Literacy – This website has tons of great preschool printables including letter matching and cutting practice. (Planning Playtime)
Just A Dot – This pack includes lots of free printables including one for reminding toddlers how much glue to use for their projects. (The Printable Princess)
Welcome to Preschool – A cute coloring sheet to keep at the art table on the first day for preschoolers to get a feel for the area. (Teachers Pay Teachers)
Back to School I Spy – A fun back-to-school themed I Spy game for preschoolers to play and find various school supplies.
Back to School Printables for Teachers
Music Notebook Cover – Download and print this colorful cover to put in the front of your preschool music binder.
What’s In Your Circle Time Basket? – A printable list of items to keep on hand for a successful circle time.
Centers Time Planner – Use this when planning your centers time activities.
More collections of free printables:
- Big Collection of Free Preschool Printables
- 20 Free Preschool Printables for Fall
- Free Christmas Printables for Toddlers and Preschoolers
- 20+ Fun and Free Preschool Summer Printables
You can find all my free printables here: