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When my son was little, he went through a phase where he was obsessed with fire fighters. I still remember that all the gifts he got for his birthday one year were related to fire fighters in one way or another.
In fact, I’d be very curious to know what percentage of kids go through a fire fighter / fire truck phase during the toddler and preschool years. Surely there are lots of kids out there like my son? 🙂
If you have a toddler who enjoys all things fire fighter-related, today I’m releasing a new printable that will give your child the opportunity to develop some important toddler skills while immersed in the world of fire fighters with my Fire Fighter Toddler Skills Pack.
This Fire Fighter Toddler Skills Pack is the second of what I hope will be many more printables in my toddler skills pack series. The toddler skills packs are geared toward children ages 1-3, and they feature a variety of print-and-play activities that include:
- do-a-dot pages
- coloring pages
- size sorting activities
- color sorting activities
- find the shapes activities
- fine motor activities
- patterns practice
- sorting by quantity
- understanding quantities up to 5
- understanding more or less
Toddlers love completing do-a-dot pages with dot markers or stickers.
And coloring pages are always a hit.
There are also activities to get your toddler sorting by color and size.
Toddlers will practice identifying shapes and putting together puzzles.
Toddlers can work on their fine motor skills and their ability to recognize patterns.
And there are several activities to get toddlers thinking about number quantities in concrete ways.
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More fire fighter resources
More fire fighter posts from Gift of Curiosity:
- Fire Fighter Printables Pack
- Fire Fighter Do-a-Dot Printables
- Fire Fighter Sudoku Puzzles
- Books about fire fighters
For more fire fighter activities, see my Community Helpers Pinterest board.