Early Childhood Theme Printables P-T

Theme Printables P through T

Other Posts in this Series…

Theme Printables A-E

Theme Printables F-J

Theme Printables K-O

Theme Printables U-Z


I wrote about my views on using themes with young kids, and there are certainly a LOT of early childhood themes to choose from! When you begin planning, Pinterest and Google can be a bit overwhelming! I am creating this series to help you with your planning. I have gathered all FREE theme based printable packs {mainly early childhood focused, tots-1st grade} that I am aware of and sorted them by letter so you can browse through and get ideas all in one place! I did NOT include holiday based packs, simply because there are so many and they are pretty easy to find when holidays roll around.

I have included free printable theme packs from bloggers around the web including; Homeschool Creations, 2 Teaching Mommies, Spell Outloud, 3 Dinosaurs, Confessions of a Homeschooler, Me & Marie Learning, Ooopsey Daisy, All Our Days, Creative Learning Fun, Royal Baloo, 123 Homeschool 4 Me, Lawteedah, Our Little Monkeys, Creative Preschool Resources, Our Country Road, Homeschool Share, Gift of Curiosity, This Reading Mama, and Over the Big Moon. {if any of you ladies notice an error/edit please let me know!}

If the pack was created by another blogger, I listed their {blog name} in the brackets. If there aren’t any brackets, I made it!

Letter PTheme Printables P through T

Letter QTheme Printables P through T

Letter RTheme Printables P through T

Letter STheme Printables P through T

Letter TTheme Printables P through T


    Looking for more printables?

     Theme-Printables-A-through-E52  Theme-Printables-F-through-J5  Theme Printables K through O  Theme Printables U through Z

    Alll Printables A to Z 300  Printables-Packs-from-1plus1plus1equ

    Other posts about using THEMES with young kiddos…

    Planning-for-a-Theme62 Why-Themes72 How-to-Plan-Using-Themes62



Draw, Write, Now ~ Book 2 Printables

Draw, Write, Now Book 2 Printables

Many of you have asked for more Draw, Write, Now printables and finally I got book 2 completed and have plans to complete the rest of the books, hopefully this summer!

Book 2 has some fun themes; Christopher Columbus, Autumn Harvest, and The Weather. If you aren’t familiar with Draw, Write, Now, you can see the post I wrote last year when we gave a set away and learn more about them!

You may remember me sharing Book 1 last year, and the printables to go along.  These printables are exactly the same, two different options.  One for tracing, one for copying.  Both have the same drawing space.

Draw Write Now Book 1 Hen Draw Write Now Book 1 Hen 2

Visit the new webpage I created to host these printables to download this set and the book 1 set!Draw, Write, Now Printables

Thanks to Barker Creek Publishing for their permission to share these with my readers!



Q Tip Painting Numbers

Q Tip Painting Numbers

So many of my printables are literacy related, and I often forget about the numbers! My girl LOVES the Q-tip alphabet set, so I made a couple of number sets for fun too.  I couldn’t decide which version I liked so I made 3!

I made a set with dots to paint, and the numbers, this set goes from 0-30, here’s a sample…

Slide14

 

I made a 1-10 set with counting hands…

Slide19

 

Finally, a 1-10 set with images and number words.

Slide26

 

Since I am on a bit of a number kick, I made a webpage similar to my All ABC webpage, but for numbers!

Number Printables

 

You’ll find all of my number related printables available already plus a couple of new printable sets!

Q Tip Painting Number Printables Addition Facts File Folder Money Lapbook Calendar Notebook Printables

Number Mats Pom Pom Numbers Tot Time Notebook Numbers Which Number



Jack and the Beanstalk Printables

Jack and the Beanstalk Free Printables

Sometimes we have a theme to go along with our RRSP letter of the week, sometimes not.  Ladybug really enjoys a special theme, and I didn’t have one preplanned for the letter J, so Jack and the Beanstalk popped into my mind!  I will share later all of what we did for her theme week, but I wanted to share the printables I created for her!

I couldn’t find exactly what I wanted, so I bought clipart from Little Red’s Clipart and got busy!

There is a Jack and the Beanstalk printable pack which features activities for tots-Kindergartners. There is a printable Jack and the Beanstalk story, which I created in both color and BW {to be colored by kids}.

Jack and the Beanstalk Printable Reader

There’s also a digital story for those of you who like the Easy Readers and using the books on your devices.

Jack and the Beanstalk Easy Reader {Digital Format}Jack and the Beanstalk


Other Jack & the Beanstalk Resources

{disclaimer: there are affiliate links below}

We only have one nice copy of Jack and the Beanstalk in actual paper book format, so I found some cute apps to make the story come alive also!  One {shown below} is free, and the McGraw Hill story I got free when it was marked down, but it is often a paid app. The middle one is normally paid, but I also got it free when marked down.  {see how we find temporarily reduced apps here} The Story Chimes free version has some ads, but nothing inappropriate that we saw. 

Jack and the Beanstalk Story Apps We Used {Apple}

Jack and the Beanstalk Apple App McGraw Hill  Jack and the Beanstalk Apple App by Mindshapes  Jack and the Beanstalk Apple App by StoryChimes

 

Here are some of the Jack and the Beanstalk books and toys I wish we would have had {I planned this entire unit in one day and didn’t have time to scout the library}.

 

I also used a Kindle book {free borrow for Amazon prime members}, which my kids LOVED.  I read it to them while they were eating lunch one day and they thought it was a great version!Jack and the Beanstalk

We also enjoyed watching this version of Jack and the Beanstalk on Amazon Prime too!Jack Movie

 

Comparing different versions of the story was definitely a very fun part of our theme week.  Krash was VERY involved with this theme too, which made it fun! I will share more when I put our entire theme post together!  We used many other resources too, most I have pinned here on my J is for Pinterest board! Stay tuned for our upcoming post which will share all that my kids enjoyed throughout our Jack theme!


Download Jack & the Beanstalk Printables here!



Q Tip Painting Alphabet Printables

Q Tip Painting Alphabet Printables

 

I had a hunch that my daughter would really enjoy Q-Tip Painting, and I was right!  I created this Q-Tip Painting A-Z set and gave her one page.  She begged for more!

Q Tip Painting ABC Printables

My main goal in creating these was not only to add in letter ID, but also as a fun way to work on her pencil grip.  Somehow I began using the phrase “use your fairy grip” while doing these and it caught on.  I was aiming for the 2 finger delicate grip, rather than the whole fisted grip and when I called it the fairy grip she giggled and did it!

Q Tip Painting ABC Printables

I also printed these for her, which she enjoyed!

Q Tip Painting Printables

Just found these My Little Pony Q-Tip printables too!  She will be so excited when I give these to her!


You can download the Q-Tip Painting Alphabet Printables for free here on the All ABCs webpage. Just scroll down and click on this image!Q Tip Alphabet Painting