September Printables - no prep required!
This "no prep" packet contains 40 printables that are perfect for the month of September! These worksheets can be used as a whole-group activity, centers or an individual activity.
All About Red: Color in objects that are usually red
All About Yellow: Color in objects that are usually yellow
Circles: Practice tracing circles and color in objects that are circular
Squares: Practice tracing squares and color in objects that are square shaped
ISpy Circles: Practice identifying circles
ISpy Squares: Practice identifying squares
Apple Basket Match: Draw a line to identify the matching lowercase letters
Backpack Match: Draw a line to identify the matching lowercase letters
Apple Match: Draw a line to identify the matching lowercase letters
Label the Parts of an Apple: Trace and color parts of an apple
Find the Smallest Seed: Color in the smallest apple seed
What Doesn't Belong? Place an X over the pictures that do not belong in a lunchbox
Things You Use at School: Circle the objects that students use at school
Collecting Apples: Trace along the straight line to place the apple in the basket
It's Apple Time! Trace along the straight line from one object to another
Get Ready for School! Trace along the curved dotted line to place each book into the backpack
Traveling to School! Trace along the curved line to help each student get to school
Which Tree Has the Most Apples? Color in the apple tree with the most apples
Dot the Apples: Use dot paint to color the apples on the tree
My First Day of School: This worksheet can be used as an assessment to compare how students create a self-portrait of themselves at the beginning of the year compared to the end of the year.
Number Worksheets: Trace the numbers and identify the number on each worksheet. (Worksheets are included for numbers 1-4)
What's Your Name? Record the student's name on the line provided and have the students dot all the letters in their name below
All About Me: This worksheet can be used to help the students learn about one another. The students will share their age. The students will also share their favorite color, kind of pet, and fruit by coloring in their answers.
Let's Practice Cutting! Practice cutting along the straight lines
Ready, Set, Cut! Practice cutting along curved lines
Cutting with Johnny Appleseed: Practice cutting along curved lines
The Kissing Hand: The students can draw a picture from the story or create a handprint with a heart inside.
There was an Old Lady Who Swallowed Some Books: After listening to the story, cut out the boxes below and glue them in the correct order.
School Patters: Cut and paste the correct object to finish the pattern (ABA patterns)
Patterns with Johnny Appleseed: Cut and paste the correct object to finish the pattern (ABA patterns)
Five Senses: Look at each kid and draw a line to show which sense they are using.
My Sense of Smell: Color in the objects that smell
My Sense of Hearing: Color in the objects that make noise
Sense of Touch: Color in the check mark to show if each object is hard or soft
Using My Sense of Taste: The students will use this worksheet to vote on their favorite tasting apple. (red, green, or yellow)
My Sense of Sight: Find the hidden objects
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