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These summer learning games are so fun, kids won’t know they’re learning. Work on important skills while having fun!
With the preschool games on the list below, your little learners can strengthen motor skills, numbers, letters, hand-eye coordination, and more.
Work on sight words this summer with a fun water play activity! Write sight words with chalk. Kids will grab a sight word card and "splash" out the word with a bucket of water.
This summer camp themed memory matching game is perfect for strengthening memory and visual discrimination skills.
This backyard fishing game is perfect for strengthening hand-eye coordination, color recognition, and more! It's a great backyard water play activity.
Write the alphabet on the sidewalk with chalk, fill a bucket with water bombs, and you're all set for a fun Name Splash letter recognition water game.
Not all summer learning takes place outdoors. Save this Diving for Sight Words printable game for a rainy summer afternoon.
This adorable hopscotch splash pad for preschoolers can help little ones with number recognition, animal names, and gross motor skills.
This game features 35 Find and Seek cards encouraging kids to discover nature and the world around them. They'll search for things that are large, round, fuzzy, teeny, spotted, and much more!
Preschoolers will love this Feed the Shark printable game. Work on color matching as kids feed colored sharks the same colored fish.
You can turn a clear shower curtain liner into a wipeable and reusable learning mat to work on a wide range of preschool skills - letters, numbers, sight words, and more.
When you draw a ladder-like shape on the sidewalk with chalk and then fill each block with a CVC word, your little ones can practice sounding out words in a variety of word families.
Round Out Your Unit with These Activities
If you love using peg dogs in your imaginative play area, you don’t want to miss these eco-friendly Summer Peg Dolls decorated with hand painted summery flowers!
Storytelling is part of the learning process. Add some summer story stones to your reading and literacy centers.