Print your Free January Worksheets for Preschool! This pack has awesome tracing sheets to work on pre-writing skills. You’ll find wintery things like mittens, hats, and snowmen! Get creative with a winter hat Dot Dot sheet and be sure to talk about the great vocabulary words in the winter counting sheet. Finally, have fun with watercolors as you fill in one of two printable templates. Take a look at these awesome January worksheets below! Don’t forget to print out your Winter Worksheets for Preschool for more snowy fun.
Winter Worksheets for Preschoolers
First, have fun sorting colors in the January color sorting sheet. Sort each mug into its matching color column. Next, use a marker or crayon to trace the letter J in the letter J tracing sheet. Finally, count numbers 1-5 in the January counting worksheet. Cut out the numbers at the bottom of the page, then glue each one to its matching row. Be sure to check out February Worksheets for Preschool to celebrate next month!
January Worksheets for Preschool
Match each mitten to its same partner in the mitten match worksheet. Next, use a marker or crayon to trace the snowflake in the snowflake tracing sheet. Finally, use Dot Dot markers in the winter hat Dot Dot sheet. To mix things up, you can always try Q-tip painting. Pick out your favorite color of paint, then use one end of a Q-tip to dip into the paint. Place one dot in the middle of each circle. Another great way of building pincher strength is to use stickers! Place one sticker onto each dot.
January Preschool Printables
This January Printable Pack comes with a penguin puzzle and January eye spy! There are two printable January craft templates included. Choose between a hat or a sweater. Use the white oil pastel to create a fun design on the template, then have your little ones use watercolors to fill in the template. Use the scissors to cut out the finished template once dry and hang somewhere that needs a bit of January cheer!
Build Fine Motor Skills!
All of our January printables have the goal of building fine motor skills. Increasing the strength of the small muscles in the hands will lead your little ones to tying their shoes on their own, getting dressed by themselves, and building self-esteem. In this final printable, cut out the images at the bottom of the page and glue each one to its matching shadow.
January Books for Preschool
A great way to celebrate the month of January is by picking up a good book! Reading with your little ones is a great way to build a social connection, build vocabulary skills, and discover potential interests! Read “There Was A Cold Lady Who Swallowed Some Snow!” and “The Mitten”. Both of these books are great for the month of January!
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Polar Bear Craft for Preschool!
Print out your free cutouts for the Polar Bear Craft for Preschool! Build fine motor skills and create your own cute Winter animal!