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This watermelon printable is perfect for your summer lesson plans! Kids ages 3-6 can practice fine motor skills, counting, and the letter Ww.
Add these free preschool printables to your summer watermelon theme lessons. These activities are perfect for your picnic, summer, fruit, and Letter Ww preschool activities.
If you’re using these worksheets in your preschool learning time, start your lesson with a fun book about watermelon.
After you’ve read a story or two with your preschoolers, choose a fun watermelon craft and a snack to extend the experience.
Now, it’s time to add the learning pages. These print-and-go pages are perfect for busy moms and teachers like you!
Inside this watermelon printable pack, you’ll find the following activities which are perfect for home and classroom use:
• Tracing page: Designed to help preschoolers develop hand-eye coordination, kids will trace the line to help the boy find more watermelon.
• Tracing page 2: Children will practice tracing from left to right.
• Counting: Identify the number at the beginning of each row and color that many objects.
• Coloring: Preschoolers will color a picture of watermelon.
• Puzzle: Print this page on cardstock and laminate for durability. Cut the pieces apart. Shuffle them, and let them reassemble to create a fun picture.
• Writing: Kids will practice letter formation as they trace letters and words.
• Life cycle: Cut and paste the stages of the life cycle of a watermelon.
• Color by number: Follow the code to color a watermelon picture.
PRESCHOOL BOOKS ABOUT WATERMELON
Fill your book basket with a great collection of books about watermelon. Most of these books can be found at your local library or used bookstore.
If you have a hard time finding them, you can order them through my Amazon affiliate links by clicking the images below.
The Donkey Egg – Bear would rather sleep all day than work on his farm, and Fox knows just the kind of help he needs—a donkey! When Fox tricks Bear into buying a donkey egg, Bear can’t wait for it to hatch so he can meet his new friend. But donkeys don’t come from eggs! And when the “egg” finally opens, Bear gets a fruity surprise. Luckily, Bear doesn’t have to face disappointment alone . . . Hare is there to help!
Runski Punski and the Watermelon Shoes – Once upon a time, a young girl named Runski Punski and her friends were chasing each other around her back yard. Suddenly, Runski Punski discovered a new and fun type of footwear. Soon, all her friends, and all the kids in town, wanted to join in the fun.
Watermelon Madness – Noura is crazy about watermelon. She wants to eat nothing else, every day, at every meal. In fact, Noura thinks there is no such thing as too much watermelon. Until one night, when the watermelon she has hidden in her room to eat all by herself begins to grow and Noura gets taken on a wild watermelon adventure!
This delicious watermelon felt set is great for teaching children to count up to 5 and to practice number recognition. Also excellent for imaginative play or as a matching game.
Preschoolers will strengthen hand-eye coordination and fine motor skills while they count and place the seeds in these watermelon wooden counting puzzles.
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How cute are these!