Pets Activity Pack for Preschoolers
Preschool children love to learn about Pets and how to care for them. This 44-page activity pack focuses on some of our favorite pets.
The easy to assemble activities in this pack are designed to enhance several pre-k skills such as counting, shape recognition. color recognition, ordering numbers (1-10), Literacy Skills etc. You can use them to choice create Tot Trays (invitations to learn), as table work activities, place then in learning centers or turn them into file folder games.
Help the Puppy find his Bone Color Match
Practice color recognition and matching by matching up each bone to the same colored pup.
Kitty Cat Shape Match Cards
How silly is a rhombus shaped cat? Preschoolers love silly pictures; these are sure to keep them engaged while practicing shape identification, matching, and motor skills.
Fishbowl Counting Mats with Frames
Get in some counting fun with these Fishbowl ten-frame cards. pair these with your favorite manipulatives such as pom poms for added engagement.
Feed the Puppy Counting Mat, Cards and Cube
Work on 1:1 correspondence, cardinality, and counting aloud with the fun Feed the puppy counting game.
**Teacher Tip: This can be played independently or with a peer to support social development.
Dog Bone Puzzle
Practice number ordering and identification with this dog bone puzzle.
Practice following lines from left to right to connect each object to the right pet.
Who lives here Match Up
Explore where pets like to hang out with this fun match-up.
Dog Bone Sorting
Dog bones come in assorted sizes just like dogs; practice sorting and classification skills while sorting these bones by size.
Animal Covering Sorting Mat
Take some time to learn about animal coverings. Use this sorting mat with your own miniature animal figures or with the word wall cards included in this pack.
Feed the Pet Match Up
Work on classification skills in this match-up; examine the pet food and match it up to the correct pet.
Dog Bone Uppercase & Lowercase Sorting
This game is a fun way for preschoolers to practice sorting uppercase and lowercase letters!
Pet Word Wall Cards
Pet Word Wall cards are great for using in stories all about pets, with gross motor games, or for sorting activities.
First Sound Pet Letter Clip Cards
Support literacy development with the First Sounds Pet Letter Clip Cards.
Children identify the object on the card, then determine the beginning sound and clip the appropriate letter. **Teacher Tip: This activity can also be done with markers of your choice, using clothespins will help children to develop small motor skills along with hand-eye coordination. Try this one for free!
Pet Count Clip Cards
Count up the pet related items on each card, find the total and then clip the number at the bottom.
What Kind of Pet do You Have?
Taking a pet survey is a great way to introduce the idea of graphing to preschoolers!
You could also ask what type of pet they would like if they don't have a pet.
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