Woohoo! Free July Worksheets for Preschool are here! Have tons of fun with 10 awesome July themed activities. Dot Dot a 4th of July hat, color in a firework, count numbers 1-5, color in the red stripes on the American flag, and more! Build fine motor skills through cut and paste activities and learn new vocabulary words with a 4th of July eye spy. Don’t forget to print your Free Summer Worksheets for Preschool for more seasonal fun!
July Activities for Preschool
Celebrate the month of July with a 4th of July Eye Spy. Use a marker or crayon to circle each firework! To build pincher strength, use small stickers. Peel and stick one sticker onto each firework. Next, get creative with a Firework Coloring Page! Use markers, crayons, and watercolors. Break out the Dot Dot markers to fill in your 4th of July Dot Dot Page!
July Worksheets for Preschool!
Next, use a Dot Dot marker for the Letter J Identification Worksheet. Place one dot into each circle containing the letter J. Next, build pre-writing skills in the Letter J Tracing Sheet. Trace, circle, and color. Finally, trace numbers 1-10 in the July Number Tracing Worksheet. Trace the number in each American flag.
Free July Printables!
I love the 4th of July Puzzle! What do you see shooting into the sky? Cut out the pieces on the right side of the page and glue each piece to its matching number. Next, have fun counting numbers 1-5 in the July Cut & Paste Counting Worksheet. Cut out the numbers at the bottom of the page and glue each one to its matching row. Finally, match your letters in the July Letter Match Worksheet. Use markers or crayons to color the July foods at the top of the page, then match your letters in the word, “July”.
Build Fine Motor Skills!
Use markers or crayons to color in your red stripes on the American Flag! Did you know that the American flag has 13 stripes? Be sure to check out FREE August Worksheets for Preschool for tons of animal themed worksheets!
July Books for Preschool
A great way to celebrate July is by picking up a good book! Reading with your little ones is a great way to build vocabulary skills, build a social connection, and discover potential interests! Read “My Fourth of July” and “Hello, Fourth of July!”.
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Ice-Cream Coloring Pages!
Did you know that National Ice-Cream Day is the third Sunday in July? Be sure to celebrate the day with your favorite flavor ice-cream and get creative with ice-cream coloring pages!