Have you ever wondered how else your LO can play with their toy cars?
How about maybe if you could come up with a fun game where it also incorporates a bit of early learning?
I understand too. Because I’ve been there too. 🙂
I’ve got you covered. You are in the right place!
These printables were created with my LO in mind and I am so excited to share them with you!
They are completely free and they are epic!
I’ll be sharing below how I use these and how you can learn through play with them.
Related: Looking for another fun, easy and free set of road printables for kids? Here is our Lowercase Alphabet road set! :))
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Download and print out the Number Road Tracing Free Printable (Find it at the bottom of this post.)
Set of toy car(s) (optional)
Sheet Protectors (optional)
3 Ring Binder (optional)
The last two on the list above are optional and can be used if you’d like to add these sheets within a busy book.
If not, laminating them or not will work just fine as well!
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Free preschool printables
A free printable is one of my favorite things to create.
My number one is creating printables in general and you can check out our shop here for a plethora of our printables!
This printable is great because it works on numbers 0-10.
It also incorporates a bit of tracing as well.
Some of the benefits of this set of free printables are:
Fine motor skills
Related: Looking for K printables? Check out these free printable kindergarten worksheets under our Kindergarten category on our homepage! 🙂
Printable kids activities
So, how exactly can you set up this set of printables?
Well, the best part about these is that they are no prep.
What is no prep?
It just means that you can print them and they require absolutely no prep.
Just print and go.
You can of course add them within sheet protectors and thereafter within a busy book.
Busy books are wonderful because they can be taken on the go, while on vacation, while waiting at a restaurant..
If you choose to laminate these they can also be quite fun as well!
Make sure to grab a dry erase marker and these can be reused over and over again!
Another fun way to use these are with a set of manipulatives (pom poms, learning bears..)
Add the pom poms to each of the numbers and count in this way!
Learning through play is one of my most absolute favorite ways of teaching.
These free kid printables are lots of fun and I hope you enjoy them as much as we do!
Related: Looking for more printable activities for kids? Check out our Preschool Busy Book Activity Binder!
I hope you enjoy these free printables for preschool and for kids. It is a great way to learn in a fun way!