Watermelon books for preschoolers are the perfect way to introduce your child to the fun and delicious fruit.
It’s summertime and that means spending lazy days by the pool or at the beach. What better way to enjoy the hot weather than with a delicious slice of watermelon?
Not only does this fruit taste great, but it’s also a fun one for kids to explore. Here are some watermelon books for kids that will introduce your preschooler to this fun fruit.
If you’re like me, you can’t wait to get your hands on some sweet, juicy watermelon when summer arrives.
I love enjoying a big slice of watermelon at a picnic or barbecue, but I also love incorporating it into my kids’ diets.
Watermelon is a great fruit for preschoolers because it’s packed with nutrients and it’s easy to eat.
Watermelon is a favorite fruit of preschoolers and parents alike. What could be more fun than incorporating this delicious fruit into learning activities?
Here are four ideas to get you started:
This summer, preschoolers can practice the alphabet with this free watermelon letter recognition activity.
Summer is the perfect time to make this adorable paper plate watermelon craft. It’s so easy for preschoolers to make this adorable paper plate craft!
This watermelon printable is perfect for your summer lesson plans! Kids ages 3-6 can practice fine motor skills, counting, and the letter Ww.
These Watermelon Cutting Practice Sheets are perfect for National Watermelon Day. You’ll love seeing your preschoolers work on their scissor skills.
This delicious watermelon felt set is great for teaching children to count up to 5 and to practice number recognition. Also excellent for imaginative play or as a matching game.
Preschoolers will strengthen hand-eye coordination and fine motor skills while they count and place the seeds in these watermelon wooden counting puzzles.