Spring is brimming with new life from new blooms to baby animals. It’s a great time to create a day of fun learning for the kids.
After some time outside exploring and getting some exercise, it’s time to come in and exercise their minds.
With our chick worksheets, kids can keep their minds active with fun activities to learn more about the letter C and cute chicks!
Get the kids started on the chick worksheets then check out some more fun preschool worksheets for kids to do!
Chick Printables For Preschool
These educational worksheets make learning enjoyable for kids while they build on their beginning literacy and cognitive skills. With these sheets, kids will practice handwriting, letter recognition, cutting with scissors, and more.
This set comes with three different worksheets featuring adorable chick illustrations that are perfect to use at home or in the classroom. Just download and print to get started.
In this free printable set of chick worksheets, you’ll receive the following:
- Label a chick worksheet
- C is for chick handwriting page
- C is for chick letter maze
Up first on the label a chick worksheet, kids will learn more about these baby birds when they label parts of its body. We love this type of worksheet because it gives kids so many ways to learn when they complete it.
They’ll be able to practice using their scissors when they cut out each label and using their fine motor skills by putting just the right amount of glue where it should be. The labels are also a chance for kids to learn new words by sounding out the ones they may not know, yet.
Once kids have finished labeling all the parts of the chick, they can color it in using their creativity!
On the next sheet, kids will get the hang of writing uppercase and lowercase C and the word chick. To get them started, all they have to do is trace the dashed lines to get used to forming the letters correctly.
Practicing their handwriting will get them accustomed to holding a pencil properly and build hand strength and fine motor skills.
Last but not least is our C is for chick letter maze. Kids will help the baby chick make his way through the maze by finding all the letter Cc’s.
They’ll develop letter recognition as they find each uppercase and lowercase letter from start to finish. Laminate the pages for continued use!
Easter Ideas For Kids
On the hunt for some fun Easter craft and activity ideas? You’ve come to the right place.
Our Easter basket is overflowing with some really fun projects your kids will love to do this holiday. Keep reading below for a few of our favorites.
Easter Books For Kids
There are so many great Easter books for kids, but these are some of our favorites. Grab them from the library or buy them to add to your child’s collection! They’re great for helping your child develop a larger vocabulary, focus, and more!
Happy Easter Mouse – Everyone knows Mouse from the classic If You Give A Mouse A Cookie book, but now he’s back and ready to celebrate Easter! Kids will love watching him as he goes on an Easter egg hunt!
Pete the Cat: Big Easter Adventure – Join Pete as he races to help the Easter bunny just in time for Easter! This is another new classic kids rate as a must-have!
It’s Not Easy Being A Bunny – Follow PJ the bunny as he tries to discover what kind of animal he’d rather be instead of a bunny! It’s a silly story with a great lesson.
Easter Crafts For Kids
Crafting is a great way for kids to express their creative sides and get them immersed in a subject.
When kids complete craft projects, they build various skills like hand-eye coordination, problem-solving, and identifying shapes and patterns. Add in some crafts to make Easter more meaningful this year!
Happy Easter Mouse Craft – Combine a child’s favorite book, Happy Easter Mouse, and this craft and you’re sure to have a hit on your hands. Kids will love to see a character from one of their favorite stories come to life when they complete this project.
Chick Name Craft – Help your little chicks learn to spell their names with the help of this fun and educational craft. They’ll arrange the eggshells using letter recognition to spell out their names or fill in blank eggshells to practice writing it.
Bunny Gnome Craft – Help the gnome get dressed up for Easter like a bunny! Kids will have a blast and get into the holiday spirit when they make this simple and festive craft. They’ll be excited to proudly display their finished gnome decoration!
Baby Yoda Easter Egg Craft – Take decorating Easter eggs to a new level for your Star Wars fans! They’ll transform an egg into Grogu with just a few simple supplies and our free template. It’s a fun way to combine their favorite character with some holiday fun!
Easter Activities For Kids
Your little ones will love coloring in these chick coloring pages! These illustrations are great for little hands learning to stay within the lines, since they have large spaces.
These are a great option for when you need something last minute with little prep. Download, print, and grab the crayons for a fun Easter activity!
Continue the fun this Easter with some holiday-themed learning. These Easter color by number worksheets are a great way for kids to practice number recognition and fine motor skills.
Seven different designs will keep kids busy and having fun – they won’t even realize they’re learning at the same time.
Are your little ones excited for the Easter bunny to arrive? Help them pass the time with these adorable Easter bunny dot to dot printables.
Kids will complete the pictures by connecting the dots from 1-18. Once the picture is complete, they’ll love to show off their creativity coloring in each bunny illustration.
These fun Easter color by number pages will keep kids occupied and having fun. They’ll love the colorful Easter eggs being revealed with each numbered space being colored in.
These pages are a great way to not only entertain kids, but they’ll teach them colors and numbers.
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