Super Mario Learning Activity Pack
My son is only six years old. Sometimes homeschooling him is complicated. He drums to his beat. He doesn’t like to follow the pack. Sometimes he finds our curriculum annoying. That is when I pull out something that he LOVES. It is usually a learning activity pack that focuses on something he currently enjoys. This interest-led approach really helps get my children excited for learning. Last year everything was concentrated on Paw Patrol. This year it is all about Super Mario! I am so happy about the transition. Before I share more about this Super Mario Learning Activity Pack, take a moment to pin this post to your homeschool board.
Who can use this Super Mario Learning Activity Pack?
If your children like Super Mario, they will love this Super Mario learning activity. This learning activity will extend the fun of the game into your homeschool, building on your child’s interests, sparks learning, and happiness. This learning activity focuses on Super Mario, his friends, and the objects they encounter during the game. Some activities are perfect for toddlers and preschoolers, but many are fun for children, even older. We have a lot of handwriting practice, including sentences, words, and letters. We also have a color the Bb page for Bowser, and this page doesn’t need to be colored or traced, you can use shoelaces, pipe cleaners, wikki stix or even playdough to recreate the letters, you can laminate the sheet and use dry erase markers or crayons. The ways to play with this pack are endless. This Super Mario learning activity is perfect for a single child or a group of them. Print out a bunch of copies for your child’s birthday party. The fun never ends!
This Super Mario Learning Activity Pack is jam-packed with fun stuff like:
- Handwriting Practice
- Roll the Die and Graph
- Book Marks
- Cutting Practice
- Pasting Practice
- Same and Different
- Connect the Dot
- Crossword Puzzles
- Letter Identification
- Unscramble the words
- Pasting Practice
- I Spy and Graphing
Some tips for printing your Super Mario Learning Activity Pack :
- Print on cardstock although paper is fine.
- You don’t have to print the first page.
- Read any directions that are on the page before cutting and laminating.