Celebrate springtime with your preschooler by printing out these two activity pages and doing them together!

Celebrate springtime with your preschooler by printing out these two activity pages and doing them together!

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My second youngest child is currently in her first year of preschool and she has started to become more interested in counting, coloring (not just scribbling) and letters. With springtime on our heels, I wanted to create a couple of fun activity pages for her. She absolutely loved them and I hope your preschooler will too!

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Caterpillar Counting

The first activity is called Caterpillar Counting. There are 4 caterpillars on the page, each with varying body lengths. The purpose of this activity is to help them learn to count. This is great for kids who are still learning their numbers and those who already know them. You could also let your child color the caterpillars when they are done counting. If they know how to write their numbers, have them write the number of body circles next to each caterpillar.

Celebrate springtime with your preschooler by printing out these two activity pages and doing them together!

Items to use for caterpillar counting

Color the Butterfly

The second activity is called Color the Butterfly. There are two large butterflies on the page with blank wings. Let your kids be creative with how they color them in. Another variation would be to give them some basic craft supplies and glue sticks and let them stick things to the butterfly to decorate it. If you do this, I’d recommend pasting the page on construction paper or card stock to make it sturdier.

Celebrate springtime with your preschooler by printing out these two activity pages and doing them together!

If you are looking for more springtime inspiration, be sure to check out the projects below!

7 Spring & Garden Projects

Laura from Me and My Inklings has created DIY Twine Flowers on a Wreath for Spring Décor

Smitha from Smiling Colors is sharing a tutorial How to Draw and Color a Butterfly

Shani from Sunshine and Munchkins has created Springtime Preschool Activity Pages

Laura from Laura’s Crafty Life is sharing a set of Watercolor Inspired Garden Stickers

Justine from Little Dove Blog has created the sweetest DIY Fairytale Signpost for the garden

Erica from 5 Little Monsters is sharing a set of Flower Painted Rocks that are quick and easy

Kelsey from Poofy Cheeks has created Floral Front Door Décor Welcome Sign for Spring

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