When my kids were little they loved doing “school” with their oldest. They wanted their own workbooks and papers to do alongside brother. My favorite thing to do for them was find online printables. Coloring pages, tot packs with printable puzzles, scissor practice, numbers and alphabet work and much more.
I loved finding different themed packs to make them more fun and exciting. And if we could make them reusable it was a win-win all around. My kids would spend hours working and reworking the number and letter puzzles. They worked on their handwriting and fine motor skills all through fun printable packs.
That is one reason I started creating my own prek packs – we used them all. the. time. Over the years I have added to and created more pages to the prek packs. My kids love them so much, they still ask to do them for fun on occasion. They like the cute graphics and the fun puzzles. And even though these are well beyond their abilities, I don’t mind the reinforcements at all.
This Guinea Pig PreK Fun Pack includes 24 pages of printables you can use over and over. My favorite thing to do was print out the pages and laminate the ones we could use for extra practice, like the handwriting/tracing pages, the puzzles, and more. Pretty much everything in this pack can be done multiple times except the scissors practice page, which is great for saving money and using them for an entire unit!
My little ones always loved working on their handwriting skills. It was new and fun. They would work so hard to make the letters just right. So of course we had to include some fun pages in this pack. You’ll find four different letter pages with a coordinating animals. They will work on both uppercase and lowercase letters.
FINE MOTOR SKILLS
Prewriting skills are important for little ones. It is part of the fine motor skills that they need to master. They aren’t always fun to do, as they can be tedious, but making them fun does help! In this pack you’ll find five different pages to help them with these fine motor skills. They will trace letters (uppercase and lowercase), numbers (1-20) and a variety of different types of lines.
Mostly we focus on counting and recognizing numbers during the prek years. But there are other skills they can work on too. In this pack they will work on size comparison, counting, number order (1-20) and recognizing numbers all through a fun Roll-A-Graph worksheet. All you need is a die!
MORE FUN ACTIVITIES
Hands-on, fun activities are the best way for little ones to learn and remember things. In this pack they will work through two letter mazes (uppercase and lowercase) that will help them learn their letters in alphabetical order. You’ll also find a scissor practice page, shadow matching where they can match the colored animal image with their shadow and a variety of puzzles that encourage counting, shape recognition and matching animals with their names.
Check out all our other Pre-K printables!
I Love Guinea Pigs: Read and WonderGuinea PigsGuinea PigsSammy: The Classroom Guinea PigThe Adventures of Marshmellow (Marshmellow the Guinea Pig)What the Fuzz?!: The Adventures of Fuzzberta and FriendsThe Essential Guide To Ownership, Care, & Training For Your Guinea PigGuinea Pig: Amazing Pictures & Interesting Facts for KidsHamster and Cheese: Book 1 (Guinea PIG, Pet Shop Private Eye)Amazing Photos & Fun Facts Book About Guinea Pigs For KidsThe Great Adventures of Piggy the Peruvian Guinea PigFish You Were Here: Book 4 (Guinea PIG, Pet Shop Private Eye)
The Guinea Pig Themed PreK Fun Pack includes 24 pages of activities to help improve handwriting, fine motor skills, counting, matching and much more! You’ll find hands-on activities, such as puzzles and a roll-a-graph worksheet. The best part? You can laminate almost every page in this pack and used them over and over!
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