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The Fairy Tale Preschool Centers contains a collection of 20 math and literacy games and activities. They are intended for children in Preschool and Kindergarten.

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Fairy Tale Centers for Preschool | Morning Tubs / Bins

This digital download contains a collection of 20 printable Fairy Tale math and literacy activities intended for use in centers and small groups with children in Preschool and Kindergarten. 

Fairy Tale Centers: Fine Motor Activities

  1. Fairy tale characters fine motor practice mats (5 mats)

    To prepare the mats for use, print and then laminate them for durability. You will need to supply children with pom-poms, gems, buttons, beads, beans or other small objects that will fit inside the circles.
    Children will place a small object in each of the circles.

  2. Fairy tale characters and story elements pre-writing tracing practice (9 cards)

    To prepare the pre-writing tracing cards for use, print and then laminate them for durability. The cards can be kept in a book-like format by making a hole in the top left corner and securing together with a key ring or a pipe-cleaner.
    Using a white board (dry-erase) marker, children will trace the lines on the card starting on the left and progressing towards the right.
    Other ideas: have children trace the path on a given card using play dough, pipe cleaners, yarn or sequins.

 

Fairy Tale Centers: Literacy Activities

  1. Jack and the Beanstalk alphabet tracing practice – upper and lower case (26 cards)

    To prepare the alphabet tracing cards for use, print and then laminate them for durability. The cards can be kept in a book-like format by making a hole in the top left corner and securing together with a key ring or a pipe-cleaner.
    Children will use a white board (dry-erase) marker to trace the letters on the card, following the directional arrows.
    Other ideas: have children trace the letters on a given card using beans, play dough, pipe cleaners, yarn or sequins.

  2. Cinderella’s glass slipper and cushion upper and lower case match (26 cards)

    To prepare the activity for use, print and then laminate the pages for durability. Cut out all the pieces.
    Children will identify and match the upper case letters to the lower case letters.
    Other ideas: children can use the cards to practice tracing the letters, or put them together to build their name or other words.

  3. Fairy tale beginning sounds (26 pages)

    To prepare the activity for use, print and then laminate the pages for durability. Cut out the mats. You will need to supply children with counters that fit inside the squares.
    Children will say the name of each picture and identify the beginning sound. If it starts with the focus sound, they will to cover the picture with a counter.

  4. Fairy tale rhyming match (7 cards)

    To prepare the activity for use, print and then laminate the pages for durability. Cut out all the pieces. Using a hole puncher, make a hole in the cards where indicated. You will need to supply children with linking chains.
    Children will say the word for each picture on the squares and match them to the header pictures with which they rhyme. They will link the pictures together to make a 4- picture rhyming chain.

  5. Mamma Bear cooking porridge CVC build a word (15 cards)

    To prepare the activity for use, print and then laminate the pages for durability. Cut out all the pieces. You can use letters tiles or magnets for this activity.
    Children select a card and place it on the store. They will say the name of the picture and sound it out slowly. They will then identify each sound and place the corresponding letters on the mat in the empty squares.

  6. Magic wand sight word build a word(40 pre-primer sight words cards)

    To prepare the activity for use, print all the pages, laminate them for durability and then cut out the cards. Cut out the stars. You can glue them on to the ends of clothes pegs (optional).
    Children will read the word on a card and build it using the stars.
    Other ideas: children can spell the words using Scrabble letters, magnetic letters, mini alphabet erasers, play dough, or simply trace the word with an erasable marker.

Fairy Tale Centers: Math Activities

  1. Princess and the pea number tracing cards 1-10 (10 cards)

    To prepare the number tracing cards for use, print and then laminate them for durability. The cards can be kept in a book-like format by making a hole in the top left corner and securing together with a key ring or a pipe-cleaner.
    Children will use a white board (dry-erase) marker to trace the number on the card, following the directional arrows.
    Other ideas: have children trace the numbers on a given card using peas, play dough, pipe cleaners, yarn or sequins. Use the cards as counting cards: make a hole at the bottom of each card and thread a pipe cleaner through; have children string beads on the pipe cleaner to show how many.

  2. Rapunzel’s hair counting 1-10

    To prepare the activity for use, print and then laminate the pages for durability. Cut out all the pieces. Make a hole with a hole puncher at the bottom of each card. You will need to supply children with yellow linking chains.
    Children will count out the number of chains shown on each card and link them to the card.

  3. Jack and the Beanstalk number sense 1-10 (10 pages)

    To prepare the activity for use, print and then laminate the pages for durability. Cut out all the pieces. Attach transparent velcro to each number representation piece to make it easier for children to keep the pieces on the number mat (optional).
    Children will identify and match all the number representations on the leaves to the correct beanstalk. Introduce only a couple of numbers to begin with and, once children are familiar with the activity and have gained confidence, more numbers can be added.
    Other ideas: glue the leaves on to clothes pegs to make it a fine motor building activity.

  4. The Three Bears ordering by size: large, medium, small

    To prepare the activity for use, print and then laminate the page for durability. Cut out all the pieces. Attach transparent velcro to the objects to make it easier for children to keep the objects on the size mats (optional).
    Children will determine the size of each object and sort them to the corresponding mat.

  5.  Cinderella shape tracing (12 shapes)

    To prepare the shape tracing cards for use, print and then laminate them for durability. The cards can be kept in a book-like format by making a hole in the top left corner and securing together with a key ring or a pipe-cleaner.
    Children will use a white board (dry-erase) marker to trace the shape on the card, following the directional arrows.
    Other ideas: have children trace the shape on a given card using pumpkin seeds, play dough, pipe cleaners, yarn or sequins.

  6. Knight and dragon color matching puzzles (11 colors)

    To prepare the activity for use, print and then laminate the pages for durability. Cut out all the pieces.
    Children will match the knight and the dragon to the correct color puzzle header. You may also like to provide children with objects from your home or classroom and ask them sort them to the corresponding colors.

  7. Which picture is different? Fairy tale theme (4 cards)

    To prepare the cards for use, print, laminate them for durability and then cut them apart. You will need to supply children with clothes pegs or paper clips for this activity in order for them to show their answers.
    Children will clip a peg on the picture that is different.

  8. What doesn’t belong? Fairy tale theme (4 cards)

    To prepare the cards for use, print, laminate them for durability and then cut them apart. You will need to supply children with clothes pegs or paper clips for this activity in order for them to show their answers.
    The aim of this activity is for children to clip a peg on the picture that doesn’t belong.

  9. Sorting real and make-believe objects and people

    To prepare the activity for use, print and then laminate the pages for durability. Cut out all the pieces. Attach transparent velcro to the back of each object to make it easier for children to keep the pieces on the mats (optional).
    Children will identify and match all the objects and people to the correct stage mats.

  10. Princess and the frog sequencing cards (4-part sequencing)

    To prepare the cards for use, print, laminate them for durability and then cut them apart. Attach velcro to the back of each picture and box (optional).
    Children will order the cards to show the sequence of the fairy tale.

  11. Fairy tale characters AB patterns (5 cards)

    To prepare the cards for use, print, laminate them for durability and then cut them apart. Attach the pictures cut out from the bottom of the page to the end of a clothes peg using a hot glue gun to make this a fine motor building activity. Alternatively, you can use velcro.
    Children will identify the pattern on the cards and will clip the correct picture in the empty box to complete the pattern.

  12. Fairy tale characters and objects shadow matching (32 card pairs)

    To prepare the activity for use, print and then laminate the pages for durability. Cut out all the pieces.
    The aim of this activity is for children to match the pictures to their shadows.

Happy Teaching 🙂

Your children will have so much fun learning with the Fairy Tale Centers for Preschool packet!

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Fairy Tale Day Preschool Centers | 20 printable center activities. Goldilocks and the Three Bears, Jack and the Beanstalk, The Princess and the Pear, Little Red Riding Hood. CVC Words | ALphabet Tracing | Number Tracing | Number Sense | Shadow Matching | Patterns | Sorting by Size | SIght Words | Pre-Writing Tracing | What doesn't Belong?Fairy Tale Centers for Preschool | Morning Tubs / Bins
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