Prepare your kids for preschool or kindergarten (or revise their knowledge) with this printable summer binder for preschool and kindergarten.
With a wide variety of activities, this quiet book is great for morning work, early finishers and kids who need extra practice with some of the basic concepts and skills.
Printable Summer Quiet Book
With a whooping 18 activities, focusing on a range of basic skills preschoolers and kids in kindergarten your little learner will be busy for a long time. It’s a helpful aid in special education too.
To assemble the fall busy book, laminate the sheets (or use page protectors) as well as smaller pieces.
Some of the activities require dry erase markers to be solved, while others ask the kids to sort the missing pieces (we recommend attaching velcro on the back of pieces and on the laminated sheet / sheet in a page protector).
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Activities Included in This Printable Summer Quiet Book
Cover page: Write your name and emotions
Starting off we have a name and feelings page. Kids are asked to write their name as well as attach a emotion inside the sun that matches how they are feeling.
I can match shapes: Beach Sand
Play on the beach sand and match all the shapes to their outlines.
Dot to Dot Count to 10
Kids can use dry erase markers to connect the dots from 1 to 10. When they connect all the dots a popsicle will show.
Dot to Dot: Alphabet
From A to Z, connect the dots and the sun will appear.
Color Matching Activity
There are many fish in the sea, and they come in all colors possible. Match the colored fish bodies with the body outline – by color name or colored details around the body.
Can your kids put the pictures into the correct sequence? What happened first? Then what happened next? What happened last?
Circle all pictures related to summer
With a dry erase marker let the child find and circle all the images that are related to summer season,
Alphabet Ice Cream
Match the beginning sounds while building delicious looking ice cream.
Number Sense Sea Diver
While the diver is exploring the deep see he also learns about different ways you can show numbers. Let the kids match fish, crabs and corals with the divers by looking at the numbers shown.
Big or small? Sort the images into correct columns.
I can trace shapes
Trace the dashed line of each shape and practice drawing shapes.
More or Less?
More or less? or More of fewer? Whichever you prefer, the sheets are included.
Tracing Letters of the Alphabet
Trace the letters from A to Z with a dry erase marker.
Complete the pattern – practice ABABAB and AABBAA patterns.