Come one, come all and grab these free Preschool Circus Printables! This circus themed printable pack features cutting, tracing, and coloring activities.
They are perfect for practicing important preschool skills such as fine motor skills. Use them for quiet time at home, as part of homeschooling, morning work or classroom centers.
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Printable Circus Activities for Preschoolers
Are you looking for some fun worksheets for your preschooler to work on? My little guy loves tracing pages and he loved working on these circus themed printable pages while home from school.
He currently attends a half day of school preschool, so I like to have supplemental learning activities for him. Some days are more hands-on activities, other days he’s learning through play, and sometimes we use printables.
This packet includes several tracing pages, a page to practice scissor skills by cutting along the dotted lines, and a circus coloring page.
The tracing pages feature straight lines as well as more complex line paths to follow. These help preschoolers work on early writing skills and practicing how to hold a pencil.
I asked Xander if he wanted to use colored pencils or markers. He chose a combination and used a different color for each line.
I think that is part of why Xander was so excited about our new printable circus activity pack.
Make it extra fun by cranking up the music from “The Greatest Showman” while working on these activities!
I loved listening to his imagination as he told little stories about helping each elephant, lion, clown, etc. get from one side of the dotted lines to the other.
There is a page for tracing shapes, so we talked about what those shapes are and counted the sides on each one.
You can easily add additional learning throughout this packet or use it as a quick quiet time activity!
What you’ll need:
- Printer paper
- Printer ink (you can print these activities in color or back and white)
- Writing utensils: pencils (these are great for preschoolers!), colored pencils, or markers
- Scissors for preschoolers – I like that these are blunt scissors that cut paper but protect little hands as they learn how to use scissors.
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Preschool Circus Packet
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