Disney Cars Preschool Learning Activity Pack
Last summer I finally got myÂ driver license. I had been studying the DMV book and practicing driving for months it was a huge scary goal (however, I still don’t drive) My kids were completely obsessed with all the studying I was doing, they loved looking at the signs in the book and reading the descriptions. Their love of cars and collection of Tonka and Hot Wheels inspired me to create this fun Disney Cars Preschool Learning Activity Kit.
WHO IS THIS DISNEY CARS PRESCHOOL LEARNING ACTIVITY KIT FOR?
Any preschooler boy or girl will love this Disney Cars Learning Kit. Any child who loves cars or traffic signs will love learning with this kit. This kit is geared for toddlers and preschoolers but I am sure you can tweak it if need be. We have a placement page with a bunch of dots, this page doesn’t need to be used with pom poms only, you can also use dot paint and the I Can Pound Kit. The ways to play with this pack is endless. This pack is great for a single child or a group of them. Print out a bunch of copies for your childâs birthday party. The fun never ends!
THIS DISNEY CARS PRESCHOOL LEARNING ACTIVITY KIT IS JAM-PACKED WITH FUN STUFF LIKE:
- Handwriting Practice
- Letter Identification
- Letter Sorting
- Cutting Practice
- Shadow Matching
- Shadow Matching
- Same and Different
- Size Sequencing
Some tips for printing your Disney Cars Preschool Learning Activity Pack:
- Print onÂ cardstockÂ although paper is fine.
- You donât have to print the first page.
- Read any directions that are on the page before cutting andÂ laminating.
LET US KNOW!
Did your kids enjoy playing with this Disney Cars Preschool Learning Activity Pack?Â What is your childâs favorite show or character? Do you have recommendations for what you would like included in these types of activity packs? Let us know in the comments below what you think and snap a photo of your child using the printable, we love to see you guys have fun with the things we provide. Tag us onÂ Facebook,Â Twitter, andÂ InstagramÂ using the hashtag- #LearningCreatively
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