With the arrival of spring, you’ll see more butterflies fluttering around. Kids love to see their brightly colored wings when they’re out in nature!
Take the chance to turn their amazement for these beautiful insects into a chance to learn more about them and practice some important skills with our butterfly worksheets.
Kids will enjoy learning and building their beginning literacy and fine motor skills. These worksheets are great for kids to practice handwriting, using scissors, and letter recognition.
So whether you’re looking for a fun activity for a rainy day or a way to give your kids the chance to practice these foundational skills, these worksheets fit the bill!
Just by entering your email below, you can receive these three butterfly worksheets for free. Download and print these pages out for the kids to have some fun learning this spring!
Be sure to check out our other preschool worksheets that cover a variety of topics that your little ones will love to do.
Educational Butterfly Printables
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In this set of worksheets, you’ll find the following printables:
- Label a butterfly worksheet
- B is for butterfly letter maze
- B is for butterfly handwriting page
When kids complete this first worksheet, they’ll be able to learn more about the different parts of a butterfly and practice their scissor skills.
They’ll cut out each of the labels and glue them in the correct place to label the butterfly. As they cut and place each piece, they’re strengthening their scissor skills and fine motor skills while learning about the basic parts of this winged beauty.
On the next sheet, kids will help the butterfly fly through the B letter maze. To get the butterfly through the maze, kids will need to identify all of the letter Bb’s from the start through the finish.
This worksheet is a great way for kids to work on letter recognition of uppercase and lowercase letters.
Handwriting is an important skill for kids to master, so this butterfly handwriting page is the perfect way for kids to practice.
As they strengthen their fine motor skills, they’ll be able to handle a pencil and write each letter correctly. To help kids practice writing uppercase and lowercase Bb’s, the worksheet includes dashed lines to guide them.
Kids will also practice spelling the word butterfly with the help of the dashed lines as well.
Spring Ideas For Kids
Looking to continue the fun and learning with the kids this spring? They can get creative with some of our favorite spring ideas for crafts and activities.
Keep reading below for some ideas to try with your kids this season.
Spring Books For Kids
Reading books to your kids is one of the best ways to help them develop language, memory, and focus skills. Along with helping them become better readers, books are a great way for young children to learn about their world.
Through reading stories together, you can nourish their imaginations and open them up to experiencing situations outside of their own lives. It is also important to discuss what the characters in the book are going through in order for your child to form a deeper understanding of those themes.
Below are some of our top Spring books for kids
Too Many Carrots: This adorable book about a rabbit with way too many carrots will have your kids giggling! When he loads on too many that he can’t even go in his house, he’s on the hunt for somewhere to live. Read what happens as his friends try to help. This book is cute and has a great message of sharing!
Pete The Cat and the Cool Caterpillar: Pete’s new friend is a caterpillar! But when his best buddy goes missing, Pete has to find out what happened to him. He soon realizes he’s going to need a lot of patience to discover what exactly happened to his caterpillar!
I Don’t Want To Be A Frog: Little frog wants to be anything but, you guessed it, a frog. He tries his hand at being a cat, rabbit, pig, and owl, but he just can’t manage to be like them. All along the way, his dad encourages him to just be a frog, but it’s not until he has a surprise run-in with a wolf that he rethinks what it means to be a frog.
Spring Crafts For Kids
Crafting is one of our favorite ways for kids to build up so many different skills at once. When kids craft, they’re able to hone their fine motor skills as they hold a crayon or paint brush by strengthening and exercising the small muscles in their hands.
As kids explore new materials and are creative, they don’t even realize they’re learning and exercising their hands and minds. Add some of our favorite spring crafts to your child’s day.
Butterfly Shape Craft – Have the kids continue learning about butterflies and their shapes with this fun and creative shape craft. Kids will combine different shapes to make their own butterflies. In no time, they’ll have a beautiful butterfly fluttering around.
Bee Paper Bag Puppet Craft – Your busy bees will be buzzing to do this fun craft! Kids will transform a plain ol’ paper bag into a cute and fun puppet. It’s a great craft for them to be creative and use their imaginations.
Sheep Headband Craft – A fun and easy activity to do at home or in the classroom. Kids can either complete the colored craft version, or color in the black and white version to customize their sheep. Your little lambs will have a blast using their imaginations and creativity!
Frog Headband Craft – Feeling froggy for a fun craft? Download this free printable template to get the kids started on making their own frog headbands. This craft is a great way for them to practice important skills and use their imaginations!
Spring Activities For Kids
If you’re looking for a fun way for your preschooler to learn, then grab these frog color by number printables. They’ll use problem-solving and number recognition to pick the correct color for each number section of the illustration. Once they’ve completed coloring in all the numbers, they’ll have seven different frog pictures!
Help your little ones “bee” great with their scissors by getting them to practice with these bee cutting practice worksheets. They’re a great addition to any bee-themed study, so grab the worksheets to get the kids started on some fun learning and scissor practice.
We bring the farm to you with these fun and engaging farm color by number printables. This fun spring activity includes seven different farm themed coloring sheets. These pages provide kids with number recognition practice as they match the correct color and number. Use these worksheets with preschool, pre-k, and kindergarten children.
These preschool bug activities are a fun way for kids to work on patterns, memory, handwriting, fine motor skills, and more! This set of printables is filled with 19 pages that will get kids excited to learn about insects and bugs while working on important skills. From flashcards to games, these worksheets will keep kids engaged and having fun!
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