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This collection of free printable toddler worksheets offers kids ages 2-3 an opportunity to work on letters, numbers, shapes, and colors.
Worksheets aren’t necessary for teaching toddlers emergent skills. But, sometimes, they want to “do school” like an older sibling. Or, you want to introduce or reinforce a skill with a fun printable activity.
These free printables are a great place to start your search for something fun to do with your little ones.
Free Printable Toddler Worksheets
Teach toddlers about shapes with this free flower shape matching printable from School Time Snippets.
If you do the cutting, toddlers can do the coloring and gluing on these free printable lowercase letter crafts from Kindergarten Worksheets and Games.
Toddlers will learn all about shapes, and get free printable playdough mats from Team Cartwright to help with the fun and learning!
Introduce counting with these easter counting strips from Preschool Play and Learn. Toddlers will add jellybean “eggs” to the egg cartons.
Toddlers can practice counting with these fingerprint counting activity mats from 123 Homeschool 4 Me.
This color sorting placemat from Play Party Plan is super fun when you combine it with a bowl of colorful cereal like Fruity Pebbles or Trix cereal.
Toddlers will love building robots with this fun robots shape matching game from Totschooling.
Fluffy Tots has a fun owl shadow matching printable game that toddlers can play. While it’s a Halloween game, kids can play it any time of the year.Talk about germs and good hygiene as your toddler colors this hand washing coloring page from Messy Little Monsters.
Toddlers can fill in these free dot numbers 1-10 printables from Teaching 2 and 3 Year Olds. Fill the dots with crayons, markers, playdough balls, counters, or circle stickers.
This shape matching printable from Active Littles is a great way to help toddlers work on shape and color recognition.
This shape tracing activity pack from Walking by the Way is perfect for introducing toddlers to shapes.
Toddlers will love these cowboy counting mats from Happiness is Homemade.
Apple playdough mats from Natural Beach Living are a great way to help toddlers start working on number recognition and counting.
Begin teaching toddlers about emotions with this cute brood of chicks emotions matching game from Mosswood Connections.
These free uppercase letters do a dot pages from School Time Snippets are a great fine motor activity for little ones. They can use dot daubers or q-tips with paint to fill in each letter.
Shape building playdough mats from 3 Dinosaurs encourage little ones to strengthen fine motor skills as they build shapes with playdough ropes.
Print these fish bowls from Preschool Play and Learn, and toddlers can practice counting the fish with goldfish crackers.
Play Party Plan has a fun activity placemat that will have toddlers building numbers with Cheerios or other small circle cereal.
Color matching is tons of funs with this fruit color matching activity from Totschooling.
Fluffy Tots has ten color sorting strips to print. Toddlers can match colored pom poms to the colored circles on each strip for a fun fine motor activity.
More Fun for Toddlers
This Toddler Gift Box is the perfect gift for your Little One! It includes a Hammer Game, a Geoboard, and a Screw board with a standard screwdriver. Each of these games is great for teaching kids fine motor skills, precise hand movements, and how to focus their attention.
This fun Busy Board is sure to entertain your little one anywhere! Great educational toy for a toddler on the go. Use it for long journeys or a simple drive in the car!