Spring Printables Bundle


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  • Save on awesome spring printables + get exclusive access to printables that are only available as part of this bundle!
  • More than 425 pages of printable spring activities for kids ages 2-8
  • Enough spring-themed learning to keep kids busy all season long
  • Includes fine motor, math, and early literacy activities as well as lots of FUN!
  • Instant digital downloads product in PDF format
  • Perfect for multi-age groups



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This bundle includes the following spring printables available from Gift of Curiosity:

  • Spring Bingo Game
  • Spring Coloring Pages
  • Spring Complete the Picture
  • Spring Do-a-Dot Printables
  • Spring Drawing Pages
  • Spring Fine Motor Pack
  • Spring Grid Games
  • Spring Gross Motor Movement Game
  • Spring I Have. . . Who Has? 10 Frames
  • Spring I Spy
  • Spring Initial Sounds Identification Game
  • Spring Measurement Activity
  • Spring Play Dough Mats
  • Spring Preschool Math Pack
  • Spring Printables Pack
  • Spring Q-Tip Painting with colors
  • Spring Q-Tip Painting
  • Spring Roll and Cover Math Games
  • Spring Skip Counting Mats
  • Spring Sudoku Puzzles
  • Spring Syllable Counting Clip Cards
  • Spring Toddler Skills Pack

With this bundle you get exclusive access to spring printables not available anywhere else.

The activities in the Spring Printables Bundle will keep kids entertained all spring long. There are more than 425 pages of printables in this bundle!!

The bundle includes plenty of activities that support the development of fine motor skills.

Children will get plenty of practice learning shapes and colors.

There are a number of activities in the bundle designed to be used with dot markers.

You’ll receive engaging games that stimulate critical thinking and cognitive skills.

There are printables for kids who love to color and draw.

There are also activities that support children who are learning their numbers and letters.

And there are activities that develop more advanced math skills, including addition, subtraction, skip counting, and measurement skills.