I am so thrilled to share these incredible butterfly printables with you all today. The lovely Andreja, from Itsy Bitsy Fun, made these especially for you Preschool Inspirations readers, and they are so adorable.
I’m also including five ways to implement printables to make these some incredible hands-on learning tools.
1. Scissor Practice
Pull out some scissors and have the little ones practice cutting on the lines.
Use a ruler, measuring tape, math manipulatives, or snap blocks to measure the different lengths and segments.
3. Use Comparative Words
Talk about how the lines look. Some are curvy, straight, diagonal, and others zig-zag.
4. Add Playdough
Just laminate these and add them to a playdough table. It would be great to see what shapes and ideas little ones come up with.
For children who have great fine motor skills, this would be perfect. Print these out on cardstock then allow them to use a needle and yarn with pre-cut dashes or holes.
Just click on any photo or this butterfly printable to download your copy!
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