Homeschooling your preschooler has never been easier than with these free printable homeschool preschool lesson plans. Each week features a new theme and up to sixteen engaging and fun learning activities for preschoolers.
Free Printable Homeschool Preschool Lesson Plans
Learn At Home Preschool should not replace a formal preschool program, but rather should supplement one.
The Learn at Home Preschool is a set of free printable homeschool lesson plans for preschool, so you can teach your preschooler at home.
All the preschool learning activities are quick and easy to set up, requiring almost nearly prep, if any at all, and only requiring the most basic of household materials. This makes them especially easy for parents to implement. Who doesn’t love quick and simple lesson planning?
Just glace over the lessons each day and gather the very few materials and you are set to go and homeschool preschool for the week!
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Hands-on Spring Theme Activities for Preschoolers
Each week features a new theme of stay at home preschool activities. These can be done in the preschool classroom, too, so if you are a preschool teacher you will want to add these activities to your spring activities for preschool.
But…if you are a parent, these are the free printable homeschool preschool lesson plans you are looking for. They are designed specifically to be done at home, because you can teach your child preschool at home, too!
So far we have homeschool preschool lesson plans for:
***Remember, these are a free printable homeschool preschool lesson set. Be sure to grab from the end of this post.***
Spring Theme Literacy Activities for Preschoolers
Name Writing in Dirt or Mud – This sounds messy, but it doesn’t have to be! Write your preschooler’s name on a sheet of paper. Then, go outside and practice writing name writing in dirt, mud, or sand. You can use a straight stick as a “pencil”. And if you’re worried about playing in mud, then just make a little mud in a baking tray.
Spring Flowers Alphabet Matching – Letter identification and matching activities are often a must in preschool literacy. Preschoolers work on alphabet skills as they match the upper case letter on the flowerpot to the lower case letter on each flower. See this post for a free printable. If you don’t have a printer, you can make a simple drawing of the flowers and pots.
Spring Theme Math & Science Activities for Preschoolers
Flower Measurement Cards – Print these colorful flower cards and use some dried beans or pebbles to measure how tall each flower is. Get your free printable in this post. If you don’t have a printer, you can simply pick some flowers from the yard, or collect some spring-like items from nature, and measure them the same way. Lay out the object to be measured, and help you preschooler line up the dried beans to identify the height. For example, a tulip might be “15 lima beans tall.”
Spring Nature Walk – Go on a walk and look for signs of spring. Talk to your preschooler about the signs of spring: leaves and blossoms forming on trees, new plants breaking through the ground, bugs coming out of hibernation, etc.
Playful Learning Activities for Spring Time
Spring Theme Invitation to Play– Search the house for anything spring themed and set is up as part of an invitation to play. Here are some ideas: cupcake liners, silk flowers. (or real flowers), rocks, sticks, and literally anything that is spring colored. See this post for more details.
Seed Sorting – Have some seed packets on hand? How about some dried beans? Invite your preschooler to sort the seed or beans. Try sorting by color or by size. You can even sort by texture or shape. Check out this post for more details.
Duck Pond Cooperative Game – This game is super fun and teaches preschoolers to work together, not against each other.
Spring Themed Indoor Activities for Preschoolers to Keep Them Active
Flower Investigations – Pick some flowers that have bloomed and bring them inside to investigate them. Allow your preschooler to touch and handle them, even pull them apart and dissect them. Discuss with your preschooler what they find and compare the flowers.
Grassy Art – Invite your preschooler to pick some grass or leaves and bring them inside to make a piece of artwork. All you need is scrap paper (or even an old newspaper) as a base and some glue or tape to adhere the grass. Arrange the grass any way you please.
Make Music from Spring Weather – Spring time is notorious for its weather and storms. Listen to some rain and then challenge your preschooler to find ways to mimic the sounds of rain using his body. Watch this video for ideas.
Fun Preschool Activities for Spring Time
Rock Painting – Find a couple of rocks about the size of your preschooler’s hand and give it a good wash. Then paint it. You can also use crayons or markers if you don’t have paint on hand.
Tree Ornaments – Make some salt dough ornaments in the shape of flowers to add some artful fun to the outdoors. Preheat over to 250*. Mix together 2 cups flour, 1 cup salt, and 1 cup water. Knead for 10 minutes, then let rest for 20 minutes. Roll ¼ inch thick, and cut into shapes. Use a straw to punch a hole for the string. Bake for 2 hours. Once cooled, decorate and hang from a tree outside. You can paint the ornaments, but you can also use permanent marker or glitter glue.
Safe Online Spring Theme Activities for Preschoolers
Online Story – Go to Storylineonline.net and listen to the book Guji Guji and read by Robert Guillaume. Look for a red button under the video called “Activity Guides” to find related activities that pair with the book.
The Waltz of the Flowers – Show your preschooler this time lapse video of flowers growing and blooming. Watch it s a second time and invite your preschooler to draw pictures while listening to the music.
5 Little Flowers Growing in a Row – This is a kid’s song about what flowers. Challenge your preschoolers to come up with and actions.
Use These Preschool Lesson Plans for Distance Learning
Since these are free printable homeschool preschool lesson plans that are designed to be done at home and taught by the parents, they are also easy to use for distance learning purposes. These lesson plans are designed to be shared in a secure and non-public manner under the direction of a teacher.
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Looking for More Printable Spring Activities?
April showers bring May flowers and spring has sprung!
Have the tulips peeped through the ground yet? Or the garden seeds sprouted? This spring activity pack is designed to supplement your spring preschool theme. Packed full of uniquely hands-on, printable spring activities, preschoolers love learning about their favorite colorful plants and animals with these spring activities.
This pack contains six fun and educational spring themed activities appropriate for preschool through kindergarten. Three activities are math based, three are literacy based. All are fun. Scroll down for the complete product description to see what’s included!
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I am Sarah, an educator turned stay-at-home mama of five! I am the owner and creator of Stay At Home Educator, a website about intentional teaching and purposeful learning in the early childhood years. I’ve taught range of levels, including preschool and college, and a little bit of just about everything in between. Right now, my focus is teaching my children and running a preschool from my home. Credentials include: Bachelors in Art, Masters in Curriculum and Instruction