100+ Preschool Printables & Worksheets for Fun Learning
Have fun scrolling through our growing list of preschool printables created for age 4 and above!
For most of the activities below, you can just click-and-print. If you wish to re-use the printables, you can:
Laminate the sheets
Use velcro dots instead of glue
P.S: All of the printable activities on this website are for personal use or single classroom use only. If you wish to share the freebie with your friends or family or anyone, be sure to share this blog’s link for them to download their own copy.
By Season & Holidays
If you are looking for preschool printables by season or specific holidays, scroll through this list:
Many times it is challenging to teach little kids that some things have to go through their own process.
But I found that, when my kids do the lifecycle printable activities, they begin to understand the concept of process. For instance, before a frog becomes a frog, it was a swimming tadpole. Feel free to scroll our lifecycle printable growing list below.
I started creating tracing printables because my little girl loved to trace on her storybooks and any lines she met.
The first tracing sheet that I created for her was the Farm tracing printables. It became a hit instantly and that inspire me to create more tracing activities for her. The growing list below is in alphabetical order.
Shadow matching activity is quite fun but a bit challenging activity for preschoolers.
Your kids will enjoy the adventure of paying attention to the detail of things for them to find the matching shadows. In a fancy word, shadow matching is one of the great activities for visual discrimination.
This is a growing list of alphabet letter preschool printables activities; created especially for preschoolers and kindergarten.
They are perfect for your kids who are just beginning to learn their letters. I would suggest that you start with Letter Matching Activities or Letter Sorting Activities. These types of activities introduce little kids to the look of the letters.
Little kids get bored easily. That’s why to learn counting and numbers, there are a few types of math printables. There are times my kids love only I Spy games. But there are also times when they only want to number puzzles. Check out our exciting Math printables for preschool below.