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I scream! You scream! We all scream for ice cream printables! Add a cool twist to your summer lessons with ice cream activities for math, literacy, and more.
If you’re looking for a fun way to engage your preschoolers this summer while teaching or reviewing basic skills, you’ve come to the right place.
These ice cream theme printables will keep your kids engaged as they practice spelling their names, counting, color matching, and so much more.
Ice Cream Worksheets for Preschool
This ice cream scoops name game is a great way for little learners to practice spelling their name.
This printable ice cream shop board game is a fun way to teach preschoolers their colors.
The eight activities featured in this ice cream printables pack include tracing, cutting, letter recognition, and more.
Toddlers and preschoolers will match shapes with this ice cream shape matching printable activity.
Here’s a color matching ice cream game preschoolers will enjoy. There are also tips on how to extend the activity to work on color words, word families, and math.
I love the “ice cream scoops” in this ice cream scoop math printable. This is a great way to work on counting, number recognition, and 1:1 correspondence.
This collection of ice cream printables provides a great hands-on way to work on sight words, letter sounds, rhymes, and addition.
These printables will help you set up an ice cream shop dramatic play center in your homeschool, day care, or preschool center.
If you use the last bit of summer to ease in to a new school year, do it with cool ice cream preschool worksheets.
An ice cream scoops name game will help your child practice spelling his/her name as well as any combination of names, sight words, or word family words.
I is for ice cream! What a fun preschool theme. This printable packet focuses on short/long vowel sounds, coloring, patterns, tracing, and more.
Preschoolers will roll a dice to build an ice cream cone in this fun game that teaches kids to take turns while working on colors and numbers.
Your young learners will have fun matching uppercase and lowercase letters with these ice cream letter puzzle printables.
Encourage your preschoolers to use their imaginations with this bakery and ice cream shoppe pretend play menu.
Can your kids assemble this set of ice cream counting puzzles?
Kids will identify the numbers represented on each ten frame and match it to the corresponding numeral as they assemble this ice cream cone ten frame number match game.
Discuss with your kids what makes a good friend. Then, let them paint this printable friendship ice cream craft to reveal a fun surprise.
Busy bags are great for car rides and waiting rooms. Kids can use this ice cream busy bag to practice several different preschool skills.
Little learners will work on making patterns with an ice cream cone patterns activity.
Add some summer STEM to your preschool activities by challenging your kids to build a 3D paper ice cream cone.
Printable playdough mats encourage kids to play with their “food” as they make a playdough ice cream sundae.
Here’s a whole pack of activities featuring the letter I. Ice cream is just one of the featured “Ii” images.
Roll and cover games are great for working on a number of skills. This ice cream math game encourages kids to roll the dice, count the dots, and identify the correct number.
With so many ice cream printables to choose from, you’ll be able to introduce your preschoolers to new activities all summer long.
MUST HAVE RESOURCES:
When completing these crafts and activities at home, I find that the following resources are very helpful to have on hand.
Books About Ice Cream
Fill your book basket with a great collection of preschool ice cream books. Most of these books can be found at your local library or used bookstore.
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Curious About Ice Cream – Americans eat more ice cream than people in any other country (on average 48 pints per person a year). Where did this cool treat come from? And how did its popularity spread?
Is It Warm Enough for Ice Cream? – A simple and fun introduction to beginner science, covering the themes of weather, temperature, plant life, and the animal kingdom.
Izzy the Ice Cream Fairy – Izzy and her friends run a magical ice-cream stall on the beach, untilone day they discover that their ice-cream well has run dry. Join the fairy friends as they travel to anew land in search of more delicious ice cream, and find out if they will makeit home in time to enter their favorite carnival.