These files are JPEGs, you can simply download them onto your computer and print from your desk, or have it sent to be printed.
The first sheet is my “trace the lines of the acorns falling” tracing work sheet. There are three acorns and some squiggly lines that will help improve small motor skills and provide prewriting practice.
Second are four objects with the name also to be traced, in all capital letters. The letters are a dotted font, for easy tracing.
Next is a counting sheet with a picture of several objects, and a line to write how many of each object the child found.
The next two pages are counting sheets, and I recommend these are printed and laminated for repeated use. You could do many things with them, including put beans on the numbers, trace the words of the numbers, and count each clip art together. These sheets are intended for the child to circle the correct number in each sheet, from the option of three possible answers.
Next is a sheet intended for cutting out boxes (scissor practice for preschoolers!) with various numbers from 1-10. Cut out the acorns and them paste them in the correct order in the boxes above.
Lastly is another tracing sheet, but this time it’s from left to write, helping more with pre-writing and prereading.
Skills practiced with these sheets:
Pre-Writing – Tracing words, letters, and lines.
Scissor Skills – Cutting out boxes
Pasting and gluing skills – pasting boxes in the correct order
Counting Skills – Numbers range from 1-10, number recognition.
Extras needed to use these worksheets:
Markers, pens or crayons