Check out our BRAND NEW KITE UNIT! Pull it out on windy fall days and then get outside and actually fly a kite with your kiddo!
All our printables are in one easy download. Just click on the image above where you will be able to download a single zip file of all the printables from Google Drive.
You will need to be able to view pop-ups to download the unit, as it will appear in a pop up window from our site!
Here are the printables included in this unit:
- Magnet Page
- Patterns (ABAB and AABB)
- Roll & Graph
- Count & Clip
- Spelling Page
- Which is Different?
- Writing Maze
- Beginning Writing/Cutting Practice
- Size Sort
- Number Order Puzzle (1-10 and 11-20)
Looking for some ideas for a younger tot? Check out our Kite Tot Pack. (Tot Packs inspired by 1+1+1=1.) Here are the printables included in this pack:
- Kite Match
- Kite Shape Puzzles
- How Many Kites?
- Kite Colors (mini book)
- Size Sequencing
- Kite Picture Puzzle
Check out our Pinterest Board for more ideas, units, printables and crafts available on this theme!
We hope you enjoy these printables and please let us know if you have any issues with downloading or using the items provided.
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This is wonderful. I’m a librarian and these will work great as an activity for an upcoming kite themed story time. I’m happy to have found your blog!
My friends and I are doing an at-home preschool for our kids, and one of the lessons I will be teaching is kites. Needless to say, this is perfect!
We are so glad that we could help provide materials for your preschool lessons. Let us know how it goes.
Tihs looks really cute.
Would love to use your Kite unit for our letter K week, but can’t get the file to unzip. Do you have any suggestions? Downloaded the Hamster Archiver but still doesn’t work.
This is part of our June lesson! I’ve linked up to you here: https://www.thesweatmanfamily.blogspot.com/2013/06/june-prek-lesson-plans.html