These spring cut and paste worksheets are a great resource to have on hand to help young learners practice beginning math and literacy concepts while strengthening fine motor skills.
Add these cut and paste worksheets to your preschool and kindergarten homeschool lessons this spring.
The literacy activities include beginning sounds, labeling, and CVC words. The math activities include one more and one less.
All require kids to cut and paste the answers which will help them strengthen fine motor skills.
To use these free spring cut and paste worksheets just download the pack below. Print out your desired pages. Provide your child with scissors and a glue stick, and they’re ready to go.
Spring Cut and Paste
Inside this no-prep set of spring cut and paste printables, we’ve included the following activities:
- Missing vowel sounds – 2 pages
- Beginning sounds – 2 pages
- One More
- One Less
- What starts with… – 4 pages
- Label it – 3 pages
This worksheet packet includes two beginning sounds worksheets. Kids will identify the object on each of the chicks’ bellies and listen for its beginning sound.
Then, they’ll cut out the letters at the bottom of the page and paste them in the box under the corresponding chick.
Kids can color the pages, if they’d like. This, of course, is another fun way to strengthen fine motor skills.
There are three labeling pages in this activity pack. Kids will cut out the labels at the bottom of the page and then glue them in the correct spot on each picture.
This is a great way to build your preschooler’s vocabulary. Beginning readers can try to read the labels on their own before glueing them in place.
There are two “missing vowels” worksheets. These are great for kindergarteners who are learning CVC words!
Students will identify the pictures on each sign and listen for the middle vowel sound. They’ll cut and paste the letters under the correct pictures.
Then, they can color the pages if they’d like.
One More, One Less
There is one “one more” and one “one less” worksheet. On each page, children will identify the number on the sign.
Then, they’ll cut/paste the number that is one more or one less depending on the instructions. This is a great way to introduce addition and subtraction to your young learners.
Spring Activities for Kids
Add these worksheets to your spring homeschool activities. Combine them with more spring activities for kids. Explore the activities featured below to find a few activities to add to your homeschool day.
Spring Books for Kids
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.
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• Fletcher and the Springtime Blossoms – Fletcher enjoys the sunny weather and the warmth of spring.
When he stumbles across snowy flakes gently floating to the ground, he spreads the news of winter’s return to all his friends.
But spring is full of wonderful surprises for Fletcher and his friends.
• Little Blue Truck’s Springtime – Beep! Beep! Little Blue Truck is out for a ride with his good friend Toad.
The sun is shining and the flowers are blooming—it’s a beautiful spring day! Who will they see along the way?
• I See Spring – Celebrate the season of spring with raindrops, robins, bluebells, and butterflies!
In this adorable book, colorful illustrations are matched with rhyming, easy-to-read text that explores rain falling, flowers blooming, and other springtime wonders.
• 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!