Are you looking for a set of great and fun hands-on ice cream worksheets for your preschoolers? Then keep reading.
Bring on the summer heat! It’s time for ice cream, beach trips, and water fights.
Today I will be sharing with you these free ice cream preschool printable worksheets.
These ice cream worksheets are perfect for your kiddos since they help with fine motor development (it’s essential for pencil grasp development).
Inside you will find hands-on activities that include even playdough!
Ice Cream Themed Books for Reading
Below you will find a visual list of popular alphabet books to help your kids work on the whole alphabet as they focus on a different letter of the week.
Oh and don’t forget to ask your local librarian for book suggestions.
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Is it Warm Enough for Ice Cream?Should I Share My Ice Cream? (An Elephant and Piggie Book)Make Your Own Ice Cream Sundae with 54 Stickers (Dover Little Activity Books Stickers)Curious George and the Ice Cream SurpriseIce Cream Soup (Penguin Young Readers, Level 1)Splat the Cat: I Scream for Ice Cream (I Can Read Level 1)The Little Ice Cream Truck (Little Vehicles)Just One MoreGorilla Loves Vanilla
What’s Included in the Free Ice Cream Worksheets
The Skills Addressed
These ice cream preschool worksheets are packed with fun and a few needed skills. The skills that are covered in these ice cream worksheets are:
- fine motor skills
- upper case identification
- writing skills
- lower case letter identification
There are quite a few activities you can choose for your preschooler or kindergartener to explore.
- Lacing cards
- A-Z Playdough Alphabet Mats (for both cases)
- Cutting/ Tracing Pages
- Color by Number
- Math Cards
Tips for the Ice Cream Worksheets
Be sure to place your tracing worksheets in a page protector so that they can reuse these tracing letter worksheets.
Feel free to introduce the letter sounds associated with the letter you are working on with your early readers.
The tracing pages can also be used for cutting practice. Be sure to print this page on heavier paper such as cardstock to make it easier for them to cut along the dotted lines.
Print the clip cards on cardstock so that they last longer. If you don’t have any cardstock, feel free to simply print as usual.
If you do not have any clothespins, have your kids place a counter on the correct answers.
Here are a few other free preschool printable worksheets you may enjoy!
Here is a few more options for the great outdoors theme from the rest of the Homeschool Printables Team: