Skipping time worksheets and only doing ONE worksheet pack a week again, if you missed my Instagram post on the subject. I’m human! And I got other things to do! But I think this worksheet pack will more than make up for it, because…
I mean, who doesn’t love fairy tales?
Fairy tales were some of my favorite stories growing up. Of course, I was a nerd and read lots of Grimm Brothers and Hans Christian Andersen, so I plan on nerding out with my kids this next week with great enthusiasm! I mean, beasts, magic, castles, fairies, witches, curses, cottages, swords, adventure, romance, good versus evil…there’s so much to LEARN and ENJOY when reading fairy tales!
Seven worksheets with clip art by YOURS TRULY. Gosh, I’m so proud of myself. I didn’t focus on any particular fairy tale, so there’s bits from a few different ones:
- Princess and the Pea
- The Frog Prince
- Goldilocks and the Three Bears
…just to name the ones where the correlation is obvious. Otherwise, just expect general “fairy tale” vibes.
Back to black and white for ink reasons, but maybe down the road I’ll do the color version. I originally planned on doing color, because color is pretty and fun, but what do you think? Should I do color versions?
This worksheet pack includes:
- Crown Match
- Glass Slipper Maze
- Fairy Tale Word Tracing
- Fairy Tale Counting
- Royal Number Trace
- Fairy Tale Big or Small
- Princess and the Pea Shape Trace
Hope you like them! I had so much fun making the clip art this week!
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Poetry Worksheet Pack
Introducing poetry to preschoolers is actually a lot of fun! Lots of letter recognition, sound combinations, and (duh) rhyming!