4th of July Preschool Activities
Let's celebrate the land we love with this Fourth of July Preschool Math & Literacy Activity Pack. Inside each our activity packs you will find an assortment of easy to assemble activities. You can easily turn these activities into a variety of hands on learning centers.
These reusable activities can be added to your learning centers or sensory bins! They can even be used to create your own task boxes or group circle time activities.
Help the children in your care learn Literacy skills, and math skills. Some of the skills covered are colors, shapes uppercase and lowercase letter identification, one to one correspondence, counting. and ordering numbers 1-10.
This pack is bursting with activities! Take a closer look...
Color Bean Bag Toss
Use these mats as a bean bag toss game to get little bodies moving, or for a seek and find color matching game.
4th of July Rhyming Stars
Get in some rhyming practice with these 4th of July Rhyming Stars! Preschoolers can practice matching the rhyming objects.
Sparkler Shape Clip Cards
Practice 2D shape recognition with these shape matching clip cards.
Pair with clothespins to support fine motor development and hand-eye coordination.
Flag Shape Clip Cards
Clip cards are easy to set up! Simply laminate the cards (optional for durability) and pair with clothes pins. These cards can also be laminated and used with dot markers to dab the matching shape.
Red, White, and Blue Color Puzzles
Preschoolers are learning to sort and classify information. Invite your preschooler to sort pieces by color and match them up to the correct mat. This could also be used as a cut and paste activity.
Sparkler Color Matching Puzzles
Children love anything that sparkles, invite them to practice colors matching with this engaging activity. Color words are included on the cards for literacy development.
BBQ Color Sorting Puzzles
Grilling is a favorite part of 4th of July celebrations for many Americans. Kids will enjoy matching the color burgers to the color barbecue with this grilling activity. This activity includes 6 BBQ Color Matching Puzzles.
Fourth of July Pre-Writing/Cutting Practice
Use this pre-writing/cutting practice page to practice following a line from left to right and working from top to bottom, as children will when they learn to read.
Follow the line with a marker, scissors, or for a fine motor twist some red, white, & blue sequins.
PATRIOTIC LETTER MATCHING ACTIVITY
This activity can easily be customized based on your child's developmental level. Perfect for growing with your child or for differentiated teaching in the classroom.
Pair uppercase stars to the lowercase mats...
or practice matching up lowercase to lowercase letters.
Counting Stars Count & Clip Stars
Counting up all these little white stars takes a lot of skill!
Practice 1:1 correspondence and cardinality while counting up the stars, then number recognition to find the correct answer and clip with a clothespin.
Fourth of July Count and Clip Cards
Get into the 4th of July spirit with these themed count and clip cards. Explore fireworks, stars and more to keep children engaged while practicing and developing math skills.
Patriotic Number Puzzles
These puzzles are a fun way to practice ordering numbers 1-10! Your students will love the real flag image!
These Patriotic Puzzles are fun to put together and support children as they develop number recognition, ordering skills, fine motor, and problem-solving.
Build a Burger Game
This is a fun activity that adults can engage with students one-on-one with or children can pair up with a friend!
Roll the playing cube to build a tasty burger.
Fireworks Counting Mats 1-10 with frames
Ten-frame cards are great for building a variety of math skills. The fireworks theme will keep children engaged as they count up fireworks to match the number on the mat.
Star & Flag Counting Mats 1-10
Pair these Flag Number Sorting mats with the included printable stars or with your own fun counters like star erasers for hands-on fun.
Flag Sorting by Size
Sorting by size is an important skill for preschoolers to master, and they need lots of practice!
Fortunately it's lots of fun too.
Fourth of July Seek and Find
Hide the object cards around the room, or even better in a sensory bin! Then preschoolers use the checklist to mark the items as they find them.
Using checklists supports literacy development as preschoolers learn that print carries meaning and learn to make simple marks on paper.
USA Landmarks and 4th of July Inspired 3-Part Cards
3-part cards have many different uses in the early childhood classroom. This pack includes 12 different 3-part cards that can be used as a matching game, in the writing center, with gross motor games and more!
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