Let’s jump right in and find some fun activities for the kids to do this spring!
We’ve got you covered with these free printable frog worksheets. Use them to teach kids more about the leaping amphibians while working on handwriting, letter recognition, and scissor skills!
When you take a leap over to our lily pad, you’ll find all sorts of fun and engaging preschool worksheets. They’re a great way for your preschoolers to discover new concepts in a fun and easy to understand way.
These pages are great to use at home or in the classroom setting when learning about the letter F for fantastic frogs!
They’re also great for helping kids develop their fine motor skills as they complete a letter maze, trace the letter F, and cut and paste parts of a frog.
So whether you’re looking for a good rainy day activity or a way to get some fun learning in, be sure to download and print out these pages.
Frog Worksheets For Preschoolers
In this set of worksheets, you’ll find the following printables:
- F is for frog handwriting page
- Label the frog worksheet
- F is for frog letter maze
The page in our set of printables is the frog handwriting page. It helps kids practice writing uppercase and lowercase Ff’s and the word frog. The dashed lines will guide kids so they can practice the motions it takes to form the letters.
Tracing the letters repeatedly on this sheet reinforces what each letter looks like, which also helps with letter recognition.
Up next on the letter maze worksheet, kids will help the frog make his way through the F letter maze. Kids will identify all of the letter Ff’s to help the frog on his quest to find a fly from start to finish!
This maze is a great way for kids to reinforce letter recognition of uppercase and lowercase letters and build up their problem-solving skills. Kids of all ages can do this sheet using crayons or dot markers.
On our final worksheet, kids will label parts of a frog by cutting out the label and gluing it in the correct place. Kids love coloring in the frog once they have completed labeling all the body parts.
This activity sheet is a great opportunity for kids to practice using their scissor skills, fine motor skills, and learn more about what makes up a frog. Grab this free worksheet and a few supplies for the kids to have a fun and educational activity.
Spring Ideas For Kids
Keep the fun going with some more engaging and educational crafts and activities. We have a variety that will appeal to a wide range of interests your kids may have.
Check out some of our favorites below.
Spring Books For Kids
Reading to children from an early age helps to develop their language and communication skills, as well as their cognitive and emotional development.
Plus, it’s a great opportunity for you to introduce your child to new ideas, stories, and concepts that they wouldn’t have encountered otherwise – and to stimulate their imaginations in the process! With all these benefits, why not make reading books a regular part of your family’s routine
Your kids will thank you for it in the years to come.
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
Make learning fun with crafting! Kids love being able to create something with their own two hands, so their pride and confidence grow with each completed project. Add some fun spring crafts to your child’s day!
Handprint Bee Craft – Bzz, bzz! We have a ‘handy’ craft your busy bees will enjoy! Use our free template to turn those cute little handprints into a buzzing bee! This keepsake craft will be a hit with your kids!
Paper Plate Ladybug Craft – We’ve spotted a fun craft for your insect loving kiddos! Take a plain paper plate and turn it into an educational art project! Kids will love seeing a ladybug come to life with just a few basic supplies.
Sheep Toilet Paper Roll Craft – Did you know you could take a boring cardboard tube and turn it into an adorable animal? Kids can make a sheep out of recycled material with a couple of supplies and our easy to use template!
Hatching Chick Craft for Kids – This new chick is saying hello to the world as it hatches out of its shell. This cute and easy paper craft will be a fun afternoon activity for your little ones to make this spring. See what else hatches when your kids craft!
Spring Activities For Kids
Help kids grow in their scissor skills with these chick cutting practice worksheets. These little chickadees are ready to help your kids learn to count, match, and master their scissors with these four cutting sheets.
Come by the hive to check out our fun bee activity sheets for the kids to do. Kids will work on foundational math skills like counting and graphing, visual discrimination skills when they match the bee illustrations, and problem solving skills as they make their way through a maze.
Need a fun and easy to prepare activity? Leap on these frog color by number printables! Kids will have a blast coloring in each of the numbered spaces to reveal 7 different frog illustrations.
As they match the colors to the coordinating number, they’ll also be able to hone their number and color recognition skills.
Use our butterfly worksheets when it’s time to learn about the letter B! These sheets are an entertaining way for kids to get familiar with how to write and recognize the letter B in both uppercase and lowercase.
They’ll get to work on their scissor skills and fine motor skills as well when they label and color in the butterfly.
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