Moo! Baa! Cock-a-doodle-doo! If you are looking to add preschool worksheets to your farm unit, you’ll love all of the developmental skills that your kids will practice with these Farm Preschool Worksheets.
Farm Preschool Worksheets:
Do you use themes in your preschool classroom or homeschool? I love using themes and the farm unit is one of my favorites of the year.
This packet of simple farm themed worksheets will help your students work on and develop a variety of skills.
Most of the activities are no-prep printables that you can just print and use or place the worksheets in dry erase pockets to reuse.
Getting Ready To Use The Farm Preschool Worksheets:
- 6 Farm Letter Writing Worksheets
- 1 Farm Pre-Writing Worksheet
- 10 Page Farm Emergent Reader
- 1 Set of Farm Memory Cards
- 1 Farm Patterns Worksheet
- White Card Stock or Copy Paper
- Laminator and Laminating Pouches
- Dry Erase Pockets and Markers
To prepare the printable book, cut the pages apart and stack them together. Then, staple the pages together to create the reader.
For the memory cards, print the printables on white card stock. To reuse the card and for extra durability, laminate the cards and cut them apart.
How To Use The Farm Preschool Worksheets:
Farm Letter Writing Worksheets:
To use these letter recognition worksheets, your kids will identify the letter and the animal on the top.
They will then trace over the animal name, capital letters, and lowercase letters. The animals include a barn, chicken, cow, horse, sheep, and tractor.
You can just print and use these no-prep printables or place the worksheets in dry erase pockets to reuse.
Farm Pre-Writing Worksheet:
Your kids will develop their fine motor skills and practice writing as they trace the lines from the three farm animals.
Like the letter writing worksheets, you can place this worksheet in a dry erase pocket and use a dry erase marker to reuse this activity over and over.
Farm Emergent Reader:
This simple farm emergent reader is an easy to read printable book that your kids are sure to love.
As they read or you read aloud, your children can color the pictures to match the color words in the story.
More Farm Preschool Worksheets To Use:
Farm Memory Cards:
There are so many ways to play with memory cards! Your kids can play the traditional memory game, add them to a sensory bin, or match the room. (To play match the room, tape one set of cards around the room and give your kids the other set.
They will then select a card and find the match.) Playing with memory cards is a fun way for kids to develop their visual discrimination skills.
For more practice matching, try these Farm Animals Babies & Moms Matching Worksheets for PreK to 2nd Grade.
Farm Patterns Worksheet:
To use this preschool worksheet, your kids will look at patterns and identify the next farm animal in the sequence.
They will then cut and paste the picture of the animal in the pattern.
Like the memory game, this pattern activity is a great way for pre-readers to work on visual discrimination skills.
This packet of Farm Preschool Worksheets will help your pre-readers work on a variety of important developmental skills including letter recognition, pre-writing, and visual discrimination.
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