Are you looking for a new literacy activity to do with your kids this spring? Don’t miss these ABC order cut and paste spring worksheets.
These cut and paste worksheets will help your early elementary students practice putting words in alphabetical order to the first letter.
This simple activity makes practicing reading and sequencing more fun for your young learners.
These free printables help young learners practice important motor and literacy skills in a fun and engaging way.
Keep reading to discover all of the skills covered in this fun spring activity for kids.
Spring Cutting Worksheets
In this set of elementary worksheets, each page is formatted the same way. Once your child is confident in the layout, they can complete all of them in the same manner.
How to Prepare the Worksheets
These spring cut and paste worksheets require no preparation. Just print them on regular printer paper. You’ll need the following supplies to complete them:
- letter strip
- glue stick
- crayons (optional)
Spring Coloring Pages
Coloring helps young children practice proper pencil grip while strengthening fine motor skills. It also provides a chance for kids to get creative as they color the picture on each page.
ABC Order Worksheets
Children understand that the letters of the alphabet are organized in a certain way. As children learn to put words in alphabetical order, it’s best to start with a list that contains one word for each letter.
For children who struggle with alphabetizing to the first letter, as in these worksheets, you can provide your child with a letter strip to help them remember the order of the letters in the alphabet without having to say it over and over again.
Cut and Paste Worksheets
Cut and paste worksheets help kids strengthen motor skills as they cut out the words at the bottom of the page.
They’ll strengthen hand-eye coordination as they align each word cutout with the box it’s to be pasted in.
SPRING PICTURE BOOKS
Fill your book basket with a great collection of books about spring. Most of these books can be found at your local library or used bookstore.
If you have a hard time finding them, you can order them through my Amazon affiliate links by clicking the images below.
And Then It’s Spring – Following a snow-filled winter, a young boy and his dog decide that they’ve had enough of all that brown and resolve to plant a garden. They dig, they plant, they play, they wait . . . and wait . . . until at last, the brown becomes a more hopeful shade of brown, a sign that spring may finally be on its way.
Worm Weather – Join in the rainy-day fun, as kids splash through the puddles, affecting another weather enthusiast, a nearby worm. An imaginative and playful story, readers will love seeing the worm delight in the weather just as much as the kids.
Spring is Here – Mole can smell that spring is in the air, but Bear is still asleep after his long winter nap! Excitedly he taps on the window and knocks on the door– he even tries playing a trumpet to wake his friend so they can celebrate together. But Bear keeps snoozing.
But Mole is determined, so he milks and gathers and bakes a special springtime surprise for his friend– the perfect way to wake up!
MORE SPRING ACTIVITIES
If your kids enjoy this spring activity, be sure to check out these printables, book lists, and more! Pick and choose a few to add to your upcoming spring plans.
- Spring Movies for Kids
- Spring Color by Number Printables
- Spring Cut and Paste Worksheets
- Spring Nature Scavenger Hunt
• This spring themed play dough kit will provide hours of creative and sensory based play for your little ones.
• Spring is just around the corner and this flower sensory tray provides endless opportunities for open ended play!