Inside: This collection of preschool summer printables is the perfect solution for some quiet time after a busy day. There are over 25 different types of activities for you to download today!
It’s summer and you are looking for something to keep your preschoolers busy in between activities.
I’ve collected over 25 different preschool summer printables that you can print and give to your children at any moment.
25+ Free Preschool Summer Printables
Summer Activities Planner – Keep track of your kids’ summer activities, trips, bucket list, and more with these cute printables to help you keep organized. (Oh My! Creative)
Ice Cream Cone Color Matching – Match the halves of each card so that the cones have the same color ice cream.
Fish Alphabet Activity – Match uppercase letters with lowercase letters.
Watermelon Count and Clip Activity – How many seeds are on each slice?
Summer Count and Clip Cards – Invite your preschoolers to count the objects on each card and clip the clothespin to the correct color.
Fish Counting Activity – Work on 1:1 correspondence while placing a marker on each fish.
Sun Counting Activity – Add some simple counting while adding the rays to the sun!
Star Scissor Practice – Work on cutting skills during the 4th of July with these fun little cards.
Summer Scavenger Hunts – This printable set includes many scavenger hunt sheets for some outside fun with your toddlers. (The Resourceful Mama)
Coloring Bookmarks – Your kids can color in the shapes on these bookmarks to keep track of how many summer books they have completed. (Paper Trail Design)
Camping Printable Pack – Keep your toddlers busy with these camping themed printables, including writing practice, pattern recognition, and line tracing. (Home School Creations)
What is Yellow? – Collage Activity – Find all the yellow pieces and glue them to the sun printable.
Summer Coloring Pages – An easy busy time activity for your toddlers, great to pack for travelling time on summer vacations. (Easy Peasy and Fun)
Summer Bingo – Pull a card out of the hat and call out what’s on the card. A fun family game! (One Creative Mommy)
Do-A-Dot Summer Sheets – These sheets provide some fine motor practice for your toddler using do-a-dot markers. (Easy Peasy Learners)
I-Spy Summer – A fun game for kids to bring with them on the go, and play together. (Printable Crush)
Printable Summer Schedule – Add magnets to these sheets or tape them up to create a rearrangable summer schedule for your kids to follow along with. (I Can Teach My Child)
Ocean Counting Cards – Work on counting and number recognition with these fun ocean-themed cards.
100 Free Summer Activities – This sheet is a great thing to keep on the fridge for your kids to look at when they start repeating “I’m bored!” to find an activity for themselves. (Natural Beach Living)
Sidewalk Chalk Drawing Ideas – One of the hardest parts about drawing is coming up with an idea first. These little cards give kids quick ideas for where to start on their sidewalk chalk art. (The Littles and Me)
Summer Kindness Calendars – These cute calendars suggest one different random act of kindness every day for kids to do, teaching them about kindness towards others. (Coffee Cups and Crayons)
Watermelon Tic Tac Toe – Another great printable to keep on hand for a quick game with your kids while you’re waiting at the airport or at restaurants. (Teach Me Mommy)
Beach Scavenger Hunt – This scavenger hunt gives your toddler something fun to do when you want to enjoy those long walks on the beach. (Buggy and Buddy)
Summer Scissor Practice – Work on scissor skills with these sun cutting cards.
Summer Connect the Dots – Connect the dots sheets are great because they are coloring sheets that double as counting practice! (Simple Everyday Mom)
Summer Find and Color – These printables are a fun cross between I-spy and a coloring sheet that are fun for all ages. (Picklebums)
Summer Word Find – This word find sheet provides a bit more of a challenge for kids to find and recognize summer-themed words. (Printables 4 Kids)
Travel Journal – These sheets give a fun way for your kids to document and remember the details of your fun summer trips for them to look back on. (Frugal Family)
Ant Farm Mazes – Mazes are great brain teasers for kids because it promotes planning and thinking ahead as they figure out the right path to draw. (Totschooling)
Summer Color by Number – Add a little bit of a twist to your coloring sheets with these color-by-number summer images. (Itsy Bitsy Fun)
Summer Lesson Plans
I’ve teamed up with other early childhood teachers and homeschoolers to put together these hands-on summer lesson plans for toddlers and preschoolers!
Easy to follow lesson plans that include activity modifications and adaptations to meet the needs of all learners.
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