Animal Crackers Preschool Printable

Your kids ages 3-6 will love this free Animal Crackers preschool printables. This free printable has 40+ pages full of learning activities for your little ones.

Because the graphics in this learning pack are pretty generic, they’re perfect any time of year. Your kids will love practicing beginning math and literacy skills with these free preschool printables.

Use them within your animal unit or as a quiet-time activity. They’re great for home and school.

These free preschool printables are print-and-go making them perfect for busy preschool moms and teachers like you.

Animal Crackers Preschool Printable

To start, print out the activity pages and gather your supplies.

To complete the activities in this pack, you will need a printer. You can also laminate some of the pages to make them reusable, but that is optional.

This pack includes the following activities:

4-part puzzles – Print the puzzles on cardstock and laminate for durability. Cut apart the puzzles, and have children reassemble to make each animal.

ABC matching cards – Print these cards on cardstock and laminate for durability. Cut the cards in half, and have kids match uppercase and lowercase letters.

Alphabet mazes – Trace a line from A to Z. You can make these mazes reusable by laminating them or slipping them in a dry erase pocket.

Color and write pages – Color the images, and trace the name of each animal.

Letter hunts – Hunt for the featured letter. Use a dot marker to identify it.

Color word practice – Color the pictures according to the color word. You can then cut the pages apart and bind into a mini-book if you’d like.

Coloring pages – Color the pictures, and trace the sentences.

Counting practice – There are a few counting practice pages which encourage kids to practice counting 1-5.

Graphing – Print the dice on cardstock. Cut it out and assemble it. Print the graphing page on regular printer paper and laminate. You can also slip it in a dry erase pocket. Have kids roll the dice, and graph the animals. Use dry erase markers or small counters if you’d like to make this activity reusable.


Fill your book basket with a great collection of books about animals. Most of these books can be found at your local library or used bookstore.

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First 100 AnimalsMy Big Animal Book (My Big Board Books)Count the Animals!: A Fun Picture Puzzle Book for 2-5 Year Olds


First 100 Animals – Your little one will love to discover the amazing animals inside this bright board book. There are 100 animal photographs to look at and talk about, and 100 animal names to read and learn, too.

My Big Animal Book – This is the perfect book for kids who love animals. On the big, sturdy board pages, they’ll discover bright, bold photographs of all different kinds of animals, from pets to farm animals to birds.

Count the Animals – Can you count all the animals that have beaks? Are there more bees or ladybirds? You’ll soon discover in this fun game, Count the Animals!


These fun woodland animals puzzles will help your little ones develop their fine motor skills, practice problem solving, sorting colors, and so much more!

These little jungle animal finger puppets are perfect for family playtime together, a fun children’s theater, or putting on a puppet show. Let your kid’s imagination run WILD, like a lion, tiger, elephant, gorilla and giraffe!

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