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Spring Math and Literacy Worksheets for Preschool Distance Learning

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Spring Math and Literacy Worksheets for Preschool is a no prep packet packed full of worksheets and printables to help reinforce and build literacy and math skills in a fun, engaging way. This unit is perfect for the months of March and April. All of the printables are aligned with the early learning standards and encourage independence. This packet is great for centers, homework and homeschooling. There are lots of opportunities for differentiation within this packet.

***If you like this then check out Spring Math and Literacy Worksheets Set 2 {HERE}

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This unit is included in a Bundle. Save BIG purchasing the Preschool Math and Literacy Printables for the Year

Included in Spring Math and Literacy Printables:

Spring predictions: predict if March will come in and out like a lion or a lamb.

Spring Color by Weather: Color by different types of weather.

Leprechaun Rhyming Train: Color or circle the train cars that rhyme with the engine.

It’s Raining Syllables: Identify the pictures and color the matching number of syllables.

Spring Color by Letters: Color the spring picture by letters.

Spring Self Portrait: Draw picture of self under a rain umbrella.

Spring Letters or Numbers: Cut, sort and paste the raindrops as letters or numbers.

Spring Sounds: identify and color the pictures that start with the /s/ sound.

Spring Roll and Trace: the boys and girls will roll the dice and color the matching uppercase letter from A-F.

Spring Roll and Trace: the boys and girls will roll the dice and color the matching uppercase letter from G-L.

Spring Roll and Trace: the boys and girls will roll the dice and color the matching uppercase letter from M-R.

Spring Roll and Trace: the boys and girls will roll the dice and color the matching uppercase letter from s-z.

Spring What Doesn’t Belong: Color the picture that does not belong in each set.

Spring Sprouts: Cut and paste the plant growth photos in order.

Spring Match Up: Build the flowers by matching beginning sounds.

Spring Living and Non-Living: Sort the pictures as living or non-living.

Blossoming Number Write: Trace the numbers from 1-10.

Mom and Baby Trace and Count: Match the mother bird to the correct nest of eggs (numbers to sets.

Leprechaun Roll and Color: Roll the dice and count the dots. Find the matching number and color.

Lucky Patterns: The boys and girls will cut and paste the missing pattern picture.

Spring Time Count: count the total number of each insect and write the number.

Yummy Bunny: Identify the number on each bunny and color the matching number of carrots.

Caterpillar Comparisons: color the longest caterpillar in each set.

Bunny Counting: Count the total number of bunnies and paste the carrot with the matching number.

Blossoming Shapes: Trace and color the shape flowers.

Flower Line-Up: order the flowers by height.

Flower Measurement: Color how many cubes tall each flower is.

Bunny Count and Color Reproducible: identify the number on each of the ten pages and color the matching number of bunnies.

If you are looking for more ideas for preschool you may like:

Preschool Bundle {Growing}

Fall Activities for Preschool

Fall Leaf Activities

Apple Unit

ABC Printables Superpack

ABC Phonemic Fun Bundle

Center Labels for Preschool (I am Statements and Rotation Labels)

Dinosaur Math and Literacy Centers Preschool

Winter for Preschool

Penguin Activities, Centers and Crafts for Preschool

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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Recognize and name all upper- and lowercase letters of the alphabet.
Count to answer “how many?” questions about as many as 20 things arranged in a line, a rectangular array, or a circle, or as many as 10 things in a scattered configuration; given a number from 1-20, count out that many objects.
Understand the relationship between numbers and quantities; connect counting to cardinality.
Write numbers from 0 to 20. Represent a number of objects with a written numeral 0-20 (with 0 representing a count of no objects).
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