Are you looking for a fun and hands-on way to aide your preschoolers' education and develop those early skills? Or maybe due to current events, everyone is feeling a little stir crazy and you need something engaging for the little ones to do.
Either way, life is full and fast-paced. At the end of the day, you're spinning your wheels thinking of ways to both encourage your little one to love learning and make the best of your precious time together.
Whether you are a homeschool mama or work out of the home mama, this printable Early Learners Binder is the perfect way to help your little one develop and strengthen their skills and build and invest in the growing relationship with your kid at the same time.
Printable Early Learners Binder
This 196-page binder is so much more than just worksheets. It's lifelong memories made laughing together with the bonus of learning.
I created this printable with my own preschooler and toddler in mind, so I hope that you will love it as much as we do! My oldest will start VPK this school year and my youngest is doing great with all the fine motor skill practice!
You probably already have some 3 ring binders laying around your house, but if not you can grab them from Amazon here:
And you don't need anything extra to use these activities with your VPK kid or preschooler, but if you would like, here are some optional supplies that could be useful!
Check out the video of everything that you'll get with your 196-page printable Early Learners Binder!
Some of my favorite pages
It's always so hard to pick just a few favorites because there are all so fun and helpful! But here are a few that I think are pretty awesome!
This is so neat! You can keep track of all the fun games and activities you and your littles have played as well as what skills were practiced. Plus you rate the activities 1-4 stars so that you know which are kid-approved to play again!
Shopping List, Supply Budget, & Supply Inventory
It is soo helpful to have a list of what craft and education supplies you have, which supplies you need, and how much money you have budgeted/spent on it.
Fine Motor Skills
Your toddler or preschooler has learned to hold their pencil but now they need to master the hand-eye coordination and fine motor skills that go along with learning to write. These fun worksheets are perfect for this practice!
Cut & Match Puzzles
These are so fun! These cut and match puzzles help your little one with problem-solving & critical thinking. Puzzles have from three pieces all the way up to nine pieces; such a great little printable game for your kiddos!
Alphabet Find & Cover
This printable game is just so cute and colorful what's not to love?! Strengthening letter recognition has never been more fun!
Cut & Paste Soduku
These super easy Sudoku puzzles make learning number sequences and logic puzzles enjoyable for everyone!
and of course...
ABC Handwriting Practice Sheets
These are so awesome for VPK kids or those about to start pre-k, like my daughter. Each uppercase and lowercase letter has a different corresponding word so your early learner will have quite the vocabulary!
There is so much more fun and awesomeness packed into this binder! What are you waiting for?
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What you'll receive in your 196-page printable Early Learners Binder:
- Line & Curve Tracing
- Shape Tracing
- Cut & Match Puzzles
- Big or Small Activity
- Alphabet Find & Cover
- BINGO (ABCs, Numbers 1-10, Shapes &/or Colors)
- Easy Mazes
- Easy 4x4 Cut & Paste Sudoku
- Activity Tracker
- To-Do List
- Shopping List
- Supply Budget
- Supply Inventory
- Reading List
- Skill & Learning Tracker
- Weekly Agenda
- Daily Planner & Schedule
- Monthly Calendar (undated)
- Find the Letters (Word Search Style)
- Count & Place the Spots
- Dot to Dot
- Memory & Match Up Games
- ABC handwriting practice (upper and lowercase)
- Numbers 1-10 handwriting practice
- Instructions for Activities
- and so much more!
- recognizing, tracing, and writing the alphabet & numbers 1-10
- tracing curved and slanted lines
- learning colors
- writing left to right
- understanding numbers
- understanding shapes & recognizing their names
- develop fine motor skills
- recognizing patterns
- solving picture problems
- critical thinking & problem solving
- following directions
- and more!
I can't wait to hear all about your favorite pages and how you and your little ones use them! Let me know in the comments below.