Free Printable Preschool Worksheets for Four-Year-Olds
It's almost that time again! In just a couple of weeks, children everywhere will be boarding buses or climbing into cars with their parents. Instead of going to daycare, they'll be entering the new, fascinating world of preschool. What an exciting time! For many young children, the school environment may be the first time a child encounters worksheets. If so, there may be learning curve to adjust to, but the easy, free printable worksheets at FreePrintable.com make the adjustment easy. Even parents who intend to homeschool their preschoolers can benefit from these easy to use, brightly colored worksheets designed specifically with preschool-aged children in mind. If you have older kids, there are other worksheets available for Math, Kindergarten, Multiplication and more. Teachers can find printable lesson plans, and churches can find quality Bible lessons to share with their Sunday School groups. All of these worksheets and lesson plans are completely free of charge and can be printed right from your home computer.
Free Printable Preschool Worksheets for Learning and Fun
Who said that learning has to be boring? Children can learn valuable skills while connecting the dots just as much as they can while studying flash cards. There's no reason to limit children to rote memorization. Instead, engage all their senses in learning and play to ensure the best educational environment and best learning experience. The free printable preschool worksheets category has several connect the dots activities, number activities, spelling activities and more. This helps young children learn basic skills like math and reading from a very young age. And who doesn't love connecting the dots? These activities are designed to be age-appropriate for children in preschool and kindergarten.
Free Printable Preschool Worksheets to Introduce Numbers
One of the most difficult concepts for preschoolers to learn is that of numbers. Numbers seem like a very abstract concept unless they're introduced the right way. These free printable number flashcards can help preschool children learn to recognize and say their numbers. When combined with hands-on learning activities, your preschoolers will be able to count to 10 and beyond in no time at all. Because little hands can be sticky, wet, dirty or germy, it's best to print these flash cards on quality cardstock to make them durable. After they're printed and you're sure the ink is completely dry, cut and laminate the cards to ensure they are completely protected from dirty little hands. You may want to print out several sets of the cards to place at each table and extras to have for that inevitable time that some of the cards may get lost. You can also place Velcro on the back of the cards and use them with felt boards and more to allow students to easily move and rearrange the numbers to learn their proper sequence. Use them in games, in stories and any other way you can work numbers into your lessons.