Preschool, Tot, and Kindergarten Printable Packs

I have MANY themed printable packs and I wanted to have a post that had links to all of them in one place to make it easier for you all to find what you are looking for! I will add a link to this post over in the sidebar so you can easily find it when you need it!  I am putting links to popular posts down on the bottom of my sidebar to make jumping around easier!

Printables Packs from 1plus1plus1equals1

Although they are sorted into Tot-Preschool-Kindergarten, many can be used for a variety of ages.  All packs are available to download for FREE on my website, these links will take you to the blog post that introduced the printable pack, or to the webpage where the PDF files are hosted. If you find an error in this post, let me know so I can fix it!  It is quite possible I linked something wrong or left something out!

If you have any trouble downloading or printing these files, or any others on my blog, please see this post for troubleshooting tips!

Tot Books and Packs were my original creation years ago, the very first one was a Cars Tot Book for Krash when he was 2. It was a hit so I began making more. The Tot Books/Packs are geared towards kids ages 2-4.

Doc McStuffins Tot Pack Button Rainbow Tot Pack Button Octonauts Tot Pack Dora Tot Book Chicka Chicka Tot Book Little Einsteins Tot BookBig Machines Tot Book Five Little Monkeys Tot Pack Dinosaur Train Tot Pack Feelings Tot Pack Nemo Tot Book Hermie Tot Book Thomas Tot Book Word World Tot Book Veggie Tales Tot BookCars Tot Book Handy Manny Tot Book Noah's Ark Tot BookOcean Animals Tot Book Pond Tot Book Monster Tot PackFarm Tot Book Tarzan Christmas Tot BookWinter Tot Pack Love Tot Pack Spring

Preschool Packs came along as Krash grew up and I teamed up with my friend Jolanthe to create a wide variety of themes.  Preschool Packs are geared for ages 3-5.

Ballerina Pack Birds Button Cars Preschool Pack Cats Preschool Pack Dragon Preschool Pack Pretty Bugs Princess preschool Pack Toy Story Preschool PackUnder the Sea Preschool Girly Pack Batman Preschool Pack Solar_System_Preschool_Pack Monster Truck Preschool PrintablesCandy Button Pumpkin Fun Thanksgiving_Preschool_Pack_150x150 Nativity Preschool Pack 150

As Krash continued to grow, I developed a series of Kindergarten Packs based on his interests.  Kindergarten Packs are geared towards kids ages 4-6.

Angry Birds K Printables Jake and the Neverland Pirates Printables Monster PrintablesOctonauts Kindergarten Printables Phineas and Ferb Printables Pirate K PrintablesSkylanders Kindergarten Printables Lego_Printables Webkinz_K_Printables

Printable Packs are not really age specific, they feature skills for kids ages 2-6, depending on your child.

Baby Animals Printable Pack Brown Bear PrintablesMickey Mouse Printables

Very Hungry Caterpillar Printables fairy printables Scarecrow Printables

My-Little-Pony-Printables5 The Mitten Printables girls gymnastics printable pack Lalaloopsy Printables

Jack and the Beanstalk Littlest Pet Shop Sofia the First PrintablesDaniel Tiger Printable Pack Despicable Me Printables

Be sure to check out Homeschool Creations, for MANY more Printable Packs!  Many of hers are listed on my Preschool Pack page since we collaborated to develop themes for years together! Find Star Wars, Wizard of Oz, Camping, Transportation, and more on her site!

I also have a new series featuring theme based printable packs from MANY bloggers! See the first post here, which contains links to any other posts that are complete!

Theme Printables A through E

Dora Tot Book ~ Free Printables!

Dora Tot Book

Ladybug won’t be working with this one quite yet, but I got it done and wanted to share for all of you who have little Dora fans!  When I mentioned this one on my Facebook page, it got a HUGE reaction!  I hope it blesses many of your Dora fans with fun school time!

Focus Skills

  • ABCs
  • Colors in Spanish and English
  • Shapes
  • Name ID

You can download the entire

Dora Tot Book here on my website for FREE!



See more Preschool Packs and Tot Books/Packs here…


Tot School ~ Princess Theme

Princess Theme Tot School

~Ladybug is currently 25 months old~Print



We took a week off of our Tot School Printable units, and did a week of princess fun! Honestly it was mostly out of laziness on my part-K’s birthday party wore me out last week and I wasn’t up for an intense school week.

Our princess week was low-key and Ladybug did NOT prefer this. She is a bit of a school addict. She actually stands at her table highchair and screams to do school. It’s quite amusing…until the screaming doesn’t end.

She colored her entire Princess Coloring book in one sitting! We also read it several times throughout the week-she loved it!


We mostly worked with her shape and color cards on the cookie sheetIMG_4831


She also used the cookie sheet for her dot paint sheets, before she painted or colored them!IMG_5193

She did a lot of dot painting again,I was smart and printed off several copies of each page before the week began {and I still had to print more to keep her happy}.IMG_4852

She colored TONS, I mean TONS. Krash had a Dragon/Knight week and she jumped in on his stuff too. Here she was coloring “Hipuck” as she calls him…IMG_4766

Castle coloring {this is from the Knight Preschool Pack}IMG_5006

Here is her completed Princess Tot BookIMG_5186I created a pocket on the back to keep her worksheets in. She did MANY, and I just folded them up and slid them in the back!

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I prepared 3 trays for her this week, the first was bead sorting. I got those cute plastic cups from Ikea and put matching beads in the little white bowl and she sorted the beads. In the beginning she used her fingers, later in the week we added a spoon-but she needed tons of help, so we went back to just fingers!IMG_4785

*note-when using small items that are choking hazards, you must be engaged with your tot the entire time.

For this tray I used 4 star wands {got these at Target in the Bday aisle} and flipped them upside down and poked them through a styrofoam circle {from a craft store} as a base. I gave her an assortment of colored beads to work with, she LOVED this! IMG_4815

Sorting tiny beadsIMG_4894

Then we also put those beads into one of the cups…IMG_4909

We also added in a parmesan cheese container later in the week…IMG_4915




Moving Mancala marbles back and forth…IMG_4855

Playing with the squares from Qwirkle

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She is now an official runner and very proud of her skills!!

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They were coloring their castles together, I love how he was checking hers out!IMG_4935


More Tot School Links…

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Please put your tot’s age (in months) after it, like this: 1+1+1=1 (41 mos)

Princess Tot Book ~ Free Printables!

Princess Tot Pack

As you probably know, I already created a Princess Preschool Pack.  Well, it is a bit too advanced for Ladybug and she needed something to go alongside of Krash’s Knight Preschool Pack, so I made her a Princess Tot Book!  She LOVED it!  I will be sharing more photos of it in action tomorrow in my Tot School post!



Focus Skills

  • Counting 1-5
  • Colors
  • Shapes
  • Name ID

You can download the entire

Princess Tot Book here on my website for FREE!


See more Preschool Packs and Tot Books/Packs here…


Monsters Tot Pack

I began making the Tot Packs in place of the smaller Tot Books back when I was pregnant, but honestly I haven’t even used the ones I made much, as I was making them for readers! BUT, the monster one is made for Krash so I put a ton of trial into it all.

It took me the longest to come up with a storage method I liked, as the Tot Books were no longer working for us. K wasn’t able to go back to them easily, as they were a bit too flimsy. I also wanted something, simple, inexpensive and Tot-proof to a degree (meaning he wouldn’t dump everything out or destroy it in a second).

Here’s what I came up with…

I took a simple clasp folder and a gallon size freezer Ziploc bag. I folded the bag to the right size, so I could 3-hole punch it on the folded part to hook into the clasps, like this…

I then got little Ziploc bags, whatever size was right for the item, and placed each individual item in a baggie by itself, with the cover image facing out so K could easily dig through them if he wanted to. I still need to open and shut the baggies for him, but he can easily sift through the folder without destroying it now.

I added the file folder game I made to the front pocket, as well as the mini book, “Monster Eyes.” The mini book could easily go into a baggie too, I just kept it out for now. The pockets are also great for storing projects that we are partially done with, so I don’t forget about them (if there’s coloring involved or something like that).

When it’s ready for storage, I store the tiny baggies into the bigger bag and seal it. Close the folder and it’s done! Compact, sturdy, cheap, easy. Also, with a storage folder like this, you can easily add other activities you may find on the web. It’s just a great way to store everything for a tot for a particular theme. AND, I like that I can easily take this with us if I want to-like to church, a doc appt, etc. Since it’s all separated, I can grab a folder and go, with pre-made games inside to play with!

If you’d like to make your own Monster Tot Pack, you’ll find all of the printables here on the new site. You’ll also see Pac Man’s monster’s as a part of the Tot Pack! This was also my first time “drawing” my own clip art…I made the monsters myself in Publisher, it was fun!