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Kids can practice reading and spelling with these spring cut and paste worksheets. They’re perfect for preschool, kindergarten, and early elementary students.
These fun no-prep cut and paste worksheets can be used at home and in the classroom. Add them to your upcoming spring homeschool lessons.
This simple activity makes practicing reading, writing, and spelling more fun for your younger learners.
These free printables help little ones 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 Cut and Paste Printables
In this set of early learning worksheets, each page is formatted the same so 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:
- alphabet stamps
- ink pad
Coloring helps little ones practice proper pencil grip while strengthening fine motor skills. It also provides a chance for kids to get creative as they color each image.
As kids trace the words on the lines they practice proper letter formation. Writing each word on their own helps them with tracking as they transfer one letter at a time. Finally, writing the letters in boxes helps children become familiar with proper letter size in relation to one another in a word.
Fine Motor Fun
Stamping the words on each page helps little ones strengthen motor skills as they grip each stamp, push it into the stamp pad, and then press it on the page.
Cutting and pasting the letters in the “build it” section of the page is another way to work on fine motor skills.
As kids transition from tracing the word to writing and stamping it, they’ll practice letter recognition. The same goes for choosing alphabet stamps and building the words with letter blocks.
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.
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Spring Stinks – Ruth the bunny is excited to share the smelly springtime smells of spring with Bruce! But what will Bruce think of all that stink?
Fletcher and the Springtime Blossoms – Fletcher enjoys the sunny weather and the warmth of spring. But 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.
Everything Spring – We think of spring and we feel warmer, sunny days, we smell the freshness of nature’s flowers blooming again, and we picture little chicks and furry bunnies. These adorable baby animals are fun to look at and they represent the spirit of renewal and life that is spring.
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!