Beach Printable Pack {free beach printables}

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Around our parts, we actually get better beach weather during many parts of the winter and spring than we do during the summer, since summer is when the fog rolls in.  Since February, the kids and I have been enjoying a few days at the beach here and there as a chance to frolic in the waves and dig in the sand.

Despite the fact that the fog will soon be taking over at the beach, I still can’t help but think of summertime as beach time. If your kids enjoy the beach, why not capitalize on that interest with some beach printables to further their learning? Today I’m making my Beach Printable Pack available for download!

Note: For more ocean-related resources, please see my ocean unit study page.

Beach Printable Pack >> Gift of Curiosity

This pack contains 49 beach printables focused on skills such as shapes and sizes, colors, same vs. different, sorting/categorizing, sequencing, puzzles, mazes, fine motor, math, and literacy. The activities are designed for kids ages 2-7. Several activities have multiple versions so you can tailor the difficulty of the activity to your child’s skill level.

Here is a sneak peak at the activities contained in this pack:

 

Beach Printable Pack >> Gift of Curiosity

 

Would you like a copy of my Beach Printable Pack?

The Beach Printable Pack is only available to Gift of Curiosity email subscribers.

  • If you are not yet a subscriber, you can enter your email in the box below. Be sure to check your inbox and click the link to confirm your subscription. Once you do, you will receive a second email with a link and password to to my subscribers-only printable page where you will find this and other free printables available for download.
  • If you are already a subscriber, the link and password to my subscribers-only printable page is included in of all of my newsletters, so be sure to check your inbox for my twice-weekly emails.

For more ocean-related resources, please see my ocean unit study page. And for a full list of printables available at Gift of Curiosity, please see my printables page.


Some products we enjoy using with the materials in the printable pack:

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Comments

  1. says

    Free printables! :) Couldn’t resist stopping by (dropped by from We Made That) to take a peek at what you do since it looks like I’ll be homeschooling this summer! :) The pack looks HUGE and filled with loads of things for both my toddler and preschooler! Thank you SO very much! I am not gifted at all when it comes to creating even a table on the computer so I am thankful for people like you who can put together such beautiful packages! Thank you and hey, you might just be featured on my blog now if I use your packs! ;) Just a heads up! :)

  2. says

    Thanks so much for the printable pack. We did a beach themed unit last summer. It was so hard to find activities for the kids. I’m definitely keeping this in my storage, as I know we’ll use the theme again.

  3. Emily says

    Thank you! We will be traveling with Daddy to Hawaii while he does some training and I was hoping to do a preschool unit on Hawaii while we are there. Lots of great stuff in here for my 3.5 yr old

  4. Jill says

    I cannot thank you enough for all of these wonderful beach printables. Your hard work is very much appreciated. You are so creative–thanks for sharing!

  5. Susie says

    This Beach theme may be my favorite so far! I love the modern-style of your pages…pictures kids can relate to, colors that are inviting. I wish there was a way I could copy your pages into my word program so that I could size them down to fit and print two on one page, not just saving paper, but precious color ink. My inkjet cartridges are getting expensive!
    Thank you for sharing this, affordably FREE!
    Blessings from Port Huron, Michigan

    • says

      Thanks so much Susie! And I imagine you should be able to print 2 pages per sheet even without importing my document into MS Word. I print two pages to a sheet all the time! You might just have to investigate your printer options a bit more. . . I too like to save on paper and ink!

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