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Your preschoolers are going to LOVE these donut activities. You’ll find book lists, printables, crafts, and more!
Are you looking for some fun activities to add to your preschool donut theme? You’ve come to the right place. The activities on this list are perfect for your food themes and Letter Dd lesson plans.
Not only are these activities fun, but they’re designed to help your child master basic preschool skills or build motor skills. You’ll find counting activities, fine motor fun, and an adorable craft.
This donuts count and graph activity pack is a great way for preschoolers to practice counting and graphing skills all year long!
Don’t miss these donut fine motor activities which include tracing practice, drawing, counting, and scissor practice with a fun donut theme!
These donut playdough cards are the perfect way to have your preschoolers practice counting to ten! Rolling out playdough sprinkles is a great way to build fine motor skills, too!
donut crafts for preschoolers
Whether you’re looking for a craft for National Donut Day (June 5) or just something fun to do with your kids, don’t miss these donut crafts for preschoolers!
This simple donut paper plate craft for kids is so cute! Add it to your food, letter D, or donut book-based preschool activities.
That’s it for now! Be sure to check back regularly as this post will be updated often to reflect my newest life cycle activities.
If you are looking for something specific, let me know!