I started making some seasonal printables in the fall when one of my VIP small group coaching clients requested some as part of her membership. I continued that in the winter and spring, and now I’ve created some summer printables to add to the collection! This is a mini bundle of summer printables to cover every area of the classroom — let’s check it out!
For your Language section: we have some summer matching cards. These are common objects and foods you may find in the summertime. You can print two sets of the picture cards for this work, or print one set along with the silhouette matching cards and put them in your Sensorial section!
Patterns are an early math skill, and these summer pattern strips will fit right in your Math section. There are strips for AB, ABC, ABB, and AAB patterns.
For your Fine Motor/Practical Life section, I created these summer lacing cards! Punch out the marked holes and add a shoelace or piece of yarn for some lacing work.
I would put these summer cutting strips in the Art section, but it could also go in Fine Motor/Practical Life. You can use the cut pieces for collage work or to fill in the graph in the Count & Graph work (see below).
My girls always enjoy I Spy activities, and I like to incorporate some counting skills with it. There are 3 different I Spy summer scenes in the mini bundle. This I Spy & Count can go in your Math section. I like to put these in a dry erase sleeve so they can be used over and over again.