Print your Free May Worksheets for Preschool below! This pack is full of great May themes and full of opportunities to build fine motor skills! Have fun tracing, coloring, and practicing scissor skills. To add some extra fun to the lesson, why not make s’mores? Remember you can use your microwave if your little ones aren’t safe enough to be around a real fire. Get creative and have fun! Don’t forget to print your Free Spring Worksheets for Preschool for more seasonal fun!
May Worksheets for Preschool
First, have fun counting numbers in a May Cut & Paste Number Worksheet. Cut out the numbers at the bottom of the page, then glue each one to its matching row. Next, break out the markers and crayons in the Backpack Coloring Page. Finally, put together a May Puzzle. Cut out the pieces on the right side of the page and glue each one to its matching number. Be sure to check out June Worksheets for Preschool for even more preschool fun!
Free May Printables
Build pre-writing skills in the May Number Tracing Sheet. Use a marker or crayon to trace each number 1-10. Next, break out the Dot Dot markers or sticker for the Ladybug Dot Dot Page. Peeling stickers is a great way to build pincher strength! In the M is for May Letter Recognition Sheet use a Dot Dot marker to fill in each circle that contains the letter, M.
May Activities for Preschool
Have fun sorting your mountains in the May Color Sorting Sheet. Cut out the mountains at the bottom of the page and glue each piece to its matching column. Next, discover all 10 flashlights in the May Eye Spy Sheet. Use a marker or crayon to circle each flashlight, or use stickers! Finally, get tracing in the Letter M Tracing Sheet. Trace, color, and find.
Build Fine Motor Skills!
All of our May 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. Have fun with this last May Shadow Matching Worksheet. Cut out the images and glue each one to its matching shadow.
May Books for Preschool
A great way to celebrate the month of May 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 “The Runaway Egg” and “My Garden”.
Click below to print your Free May Worksheets for Preschool!
Camping Worksheets for Preschool!
Be sure to print out your Camping Theme Worksheets for Preschool 10-pack! Learn new vocabulary words like tent, fire, backpack, flashlight, guitar, and more!
Butterfly Coloring Pages for Kids!
Print your Free Butterfly Worksheets for Preschool! Learn some fun butterfly facts and check out some great activities to build fine motor skills!
Teacher Appreciation Week Printables!
Did you know that Teacher Appreciation Week is the first week of May? Be sure to complete some Teacher Appreciation Week Printables and let your teachers know how much they mean to you!