Dinosaurs seem to be on my daughter’s mind- in particular fossils and being an archaeologist, I give credits to The Magic School Bus. Today I shall share our dinosaur free preschool printable worksheets with you so that your preschooler can also share the fun.
Before you can start all the fun you need a few things: (Please note that affiliate links are used below for your convenience):
HP OfficeJet Pro 8720 All-in-One Wireless Printer with Mobile Printing, Instant Ink ready – White (M9L75A)Fiskars 12 Inch Recycled SureCut Trimmer (01-005454)EXPO 86603 Low Odor Dry Erase Marker, Fine Point, Assorted, Pack of 12TYH Supplies Set of 10 Reusable Dry Erase Pockets, 9 x 12 Inches, Assorted Neon ColorsAvery Acid Free Economy Sheet Protectors, Clear, Box of 50 (74090)
Inside this 33 page pack, you can find:
- Lacing cards
- A-Z Playdough Alphabet Mats (for both cases)
- Cutting/ Tracing Pages
- Colour by Number
- Math Cards
DINOSAUR BOOKS FOR KIDS TO TRY
National Geographic Little Kids First Big Book of Dinosaurs (National Geographic Little Kids First Big Books)Dinosaur A-Z: For kids who really love dinosaurs!Discovery Kids Dinosaurs Rumble Sound Book (Discovery 10 Button)Oh Say Can You Say Di-no-saur?: All About Dinosaurs (Cat in the Hat’s Learning Library)How Do Dinosaurs Say Happy Birthday?Have You Seen My Dinosaur? (Beginner Books(R))Dinosaur Dance!The Dinosaur Who Lived in My Backyard (Picture Puffins)
HOW WE USED OUR DINOSAURS FREE PRESCHOOL PRINTABLE WORKSHEETS
Instead of lacing the cards, we used clear circle counters to cover each spot. However, a regular lace can be used or even a piece of yarn with tape wrapped around one end.
The tracing pages were slipped into a protective sheet so that we could use a dry erase marker. I actually prefer this method so that we can redo the activity. We also printed an extra set and used scissors to cut along the lines. Playdough can also be used to follow the lines as it is a great fine motor and pencil grasp development tool.The math cards were used as regular clip cards with a clothespin but it can easily be adapted as a regular page. Simply slip it into a protective sheet and use a dry erase marker or a dry erase crayon!