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This Princess Printables Pack is for all the kids, including my daughter, who love princesses.
XGirl was so, so excited when she saw me making this pack on the computer. She kept asking when it would be done and when we could do her “princess activities.” And to say she was a happy girl when I printed them off for the first time would be an understatement.
But of course I couldn’t keep the princess fun all to myself. 🙂 So if you have children who enjoy princesses like my XGirl does, this Princess Printables Pack is for them.
Note: For more kid-friendly printables, see my Educational Printables page.
My Princess Printables Pack contains 74 princess worksheets and activities for kids ages 2 to 7. The activities in this pack cover a range of skills, including:
- shapes and sizes
- same vs. different
- fine motor
- math (number identification, counting, addition, subtraction)
- literacy (letter identification, alphabetical order, phonemic awareness, word searches)
Here is a sneak peak at the 74 activities included in this download:
XGirl worked on colors and her pencil group doing this Shoes Coloring activity.
She worked on shapes and pencil grip with this Trace the Shapes activity.
She worked on visual discrimination with this Princess Shadow Matching activity. Normally the shadow matching activities in my printable packs are easy for her, but this one turned out to be a bit tricky due to all small details she needed to pay attention to.
She worked diligently to find the object that didn’t belong in each group with this Which One is Different? activity.
XGirl has long loved the Race Games in my printable packs, and this Princess Racing Game was no exception. I put this worksheet into her Crayola Dry Erase Activity Center so she could do it over and over again. I also paired it with one of our jumbo foam dice so she would work on counting and subitizing (recognizing the number of dots without having to count them).
The princesses included in the pack are ethnically diverse. It is my hope that princess-loving girls of all backgrounds will find a princess that looks at least a little like them among the pages of this pack.
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