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Back to School Preschool Print & Go

These free back to school preschool pages are print and go pages designed to give your preschool and prekindergarten students themed skill practice.

This is another free resource for teachers and homeschool families from The Curriculum Corner.

This set of back to school no prep pages has been designed for preschool and prekindergarten classrooms and families.

In creating this packet we were focusing on fine motor skills such as handwriting, coloring and cutting. 

This set has been designed with an ocean theme. These are all ready to go, no prep pages for skill practice.

Within this set, your children will practice a variety of prekindergarten skills.

You will find tracing lines in a variety of formats. Students will trace lines and shapes or other pictures.

There are also shapes and other activities that involve cutting.

Students will have beginning counting and number identification practice.

There are also options for students to practice color words.

There is a cover page for those who would like to turn the pages into a workbook.

We do encourage you to choose the pages that are just right for your child. Not all preschool students will be ready for all activities in this collection.

There are extra pages that are blank and with handwriting lines. Students might use for a specific task or use the cover page to create their own school story.

Download this free set of back to school no prep pages here:

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As with all of our resources, The Curriculum Corner creates these for free classroom use. Our products may not be sold. You may print and copy for your personal classroom use. These are also great for home school families!

Thank you PrettyGrafik for the always cute clip art!

Also included in this set, you will find:

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Terri Costinett

Monday 1st of May 2023

I'm looking for engaging printing practice pages for first graders. We've already spent a bunch of time on printing, but, of course, there are some who need further practice. Do you have a printable resource or can you point me to one?

Cathy Henry

Sunday 21st of May 2023

You will find some on my other site such as this: I am hoping to add more options over the summer.

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