Updated Preschool Learning Folder

I first made the Preschool Learning Folder for my son almost two years ago. It was a ton of work, but I loved the whole process. Not only that, it became a staple preschool resource in our home.

My son has since moved onto Kindergarten Skill Building. But before I passed this well-loved resource onto my daughter, I thought I would give it a much needed facelift.

Not only did I update the fonts and graphics, I was able to add a few things like plant life-cycle, rhyming, and beginning letter sounds.

My daughter has had the updated version now for a few months and I will tell you, SHE LOVES IT. She pulls it out every.single.day.  ❤️?❤️


While I did make this printable more cut-friendly, this notebook still takes some prep work, as far as, the laminating, cutting, and adding velcro goes. However, enlisting the help of older kids or a spouse really  helps to make the process go faster. ?

Assembly materials used:

Note: don’t skimp on the velcro (the binder will last longer if the pieces stick well).



I’ve had a ton of people ask how I store the pieces. In my experience, keeping the pieces attached to each page works the best.

I’ve taught my kids to do one page at a time, and make sure the pieces are back in place, before they turn to work on the next.


A Printable Download for you:

This Preschool Learning Folder was made with my kiddos in mind. However, I have also made it available for you. If you would like this resource for your homeschool or classroom you can find the DOWNLOAD HERE.



Here is a preview of all the contents. (You can also view of the content video  HERE.)



Download the Preschool Learning Folder HERE!


ALSO available in Spanish!!! (Carpeta de Aprendizaje Preescolar)


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6 comments / Add your comment below

  1. I have your previous Preschool Book pages and loved doing them with my boys! Looking forward to getting the updated version!

  2. Hi, loved your patterns for teaching. As I have child with downsyndrome n he’s a slow learner your pattern will help me a lot… Thanks for the wonderful vision for teaching?

  3. Hi! Looking forward to adding this to my granddaughter’s preschool learning! Does it come with the cute cover sheet for the front of the binder?

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