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Introduce new words, practice reading, and strengthen motor skills with these summer vocabulary coloring pages.
These preschool coloring pages are a great resource to have on hand as you begin preparing your summer plans.
They’ll help you introduce your preschoolers to new words. You can use these vocabulary cards to build your child’s literacy skills, as well.
Add these free preschool printables to your summer plans for a fun way to build your child’s verbal skills with new words.
Summer Vocabulary Coloring Pages
There are so many fun activities you can do with your children during the summer months.
Here are a few engaging ideas that will help you teach your kids about summer and summertime activities.
SUMMER MOVIES FOR preschoolers
I love to incorporate movies and videos into our unit studies whenever possible. They’re perfect for sick days or rainy days. Here are a few ideas for kids:
BOOKS ABOUT SUMMER
I love to include a wide variety of books in my lessons. I use some for read-alouds and save others for independent reading (when appropriate).
Below, I’m sharing a few of my favorite summer picture books. I find they’re perfect for introducing summer activities, increasing vocabulary, and illustrating important information.
Kids love hands-on activities, and these crafts and activities are perfect for summer. This summer, you can add one or more of these activities to your to-do list:
• Pique your child’s interest about ladybugs with this adorable ladybug paper plate craft.
• Use these summer screen time printable to manage your child’s screen time throughout the summer months.
SUMMER VOCABULARY PAGES
Print out this pack of summer coloring pages. It’s full of coloring pages and vocabulary words designed for kids ages 4-7.
This coloring pack includes 30 pages each featuring a summer image and vocabulary word.
Preparing the Pages
Print these pages on regular printer paper. You can print them all and bind them into a folder for a fun summer coloring book. Or, you can print them one at a time to coordinate with your daily activities.
Completing the Activity
Present your child with a coloring page and their favorite coloring medium – crayons, markers, or colored pencils.
Introduce the word and the image. Discuss the letters that make up the words if your child can’t yet read.
Talk about beginning sounds and syllables if appropriate.
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.
Download Your Printables
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