April is National Kite Month! April (or spring in general) is a perfect time for some hands-on learning activities featuring kites and free kite printables!
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Montessori-Inspired Kite Activities Using Free Printables
Kite Counting Activity
For this activity, I used the free kite counting printable from the Prek Letter K Printables by Confessions of a Homeschooler. I added ribbons to each of the kites and included 10 miniature clothespins from a craft store. I used a large plastic tray and large hemmed work rug from Montessori Services.
Free Kite Printables (of all kinds) for Preschoolers-First Graders
- Kite Printables from 1+1+1=1
- Kite Activities from Making Learning Fun
- K is for Kite Pack from Teaching Mama
- Toddler Time Things That Fly – K is for Kite from Royal Baloo
- File Folder Game for Preschoolers: Kites! from The Measured Mom
- K is for Kite Dot Sticker Page from The Measured Mom
- Kites Roll, Count, and Color (plus diamond patterns) by Darla from The Preschool Toolbox at ABCTeach Blog
- Kites from DLTK’s Crafts for Kids
- Kite Pattern Cards from Preschool Printables
- Letter K Kite Theme from First School
- Kite Printables from The Education Center
- Kite Printables from A Teaching Mommy
- Writing Paper for Kids – Kite from Storytime Standouts
- Kite Shape Book Pattern from A to Z Teacher Stuff
- Kite Craft from Learn Create Love
- Kite Craft from Our Small-Town Idaho Life
- Kite Printables from Teachers Pay Teachers (LOTS of kite printables)
At PreK + K Sharing, I have lots of themed activities and presentation ideas. Please join me at PreK + K Sharing to see all my posts there: Deb Chitwood at PreK + K Sharing.
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