5 Summer Preschool Resources

Get ready for the summer months by grabbing these 5 preschool resources to help keep your kiddos busy and fill times in your week when needed.

I know what’s it’s like being home all day with your preschooler and one way to fill some of that time is to have a few preschool activity packs that you can pull from ready!

Here are 5 summer themed preschool resource packs that I think you will love!

1. Summer Centers & Activities

I’m starting off with my FAVORITE pre-k summer resource because this one has it all! It has math and literacy centers, hands-on activity ideas (no need to search Pinterest), and just print preschool pages. Take a closer look at this resource by checking out the post above.

2. Summer Roll & Trace for Preschoolers

This next activity pack is perfect if your child just needs a quick way to review and practice letters, numbers, and shapes. This roll and trace activity is FUN, works on subitizing dice skills, and helps kids improve their handwriting.

3. FREE Summer Picture Match

This free preschool activity is one I love to print, laminate, and toss in a simple summer sensory bin! This is great for visual discrimination skills as well as opening up conversations about summer.

Looking for more FREEBIES? Find them HERE!

4. Fine Motor Tracing Lines

Looking for a simple way to work on fine motor skills this summer? I love these tracing lines because you can prep them once and keep them on your activity shelf all summer long. Kiddos can trace each line from left to write with a marker or mix it up and have them use something like erasers, Play-Doh, or even Cheerios!

5. June Counting Towers

One final preschool resource I’d like to share are these counting tower mats! Kids love building towers so why not tie in some one to one counting practice while they do it?! This fun June summer themed pack can be found in my shop as in this monthly counting tower BUNDLE.

I hope you enjoyed taking a peek at these 5 summer preschool resources. Let me know what questions you have and what your summer plans are for keeping your pre-k kiddo busy!

Kelly McFarland

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