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Printable Preschool Point and Practice Learning Folder

I’m excited to share this printable, no-prep, preschool point and practice learning folder that I just added to my store. This is a simple and gentle way to introduce concepts like colors and counting with little to no prep on your part.

Simply print off, put in a binder, and learn with your little ones. With a little practice every day your kids will be learning things like patterns, seasons, numbers, and letters in no time. (And all without worksheets!)

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Benefits of Using Preschool Point and Practice

Other than the fact that it’s fun and colorful, let me share some of the benefits of this printable prek resource.

  1. No writing is required. Most preschoolers are still developing their writing skills and are not ready for worksheets. This point and practice learning folder allows them to learn through oral and visual repetition as well as, movement and song.
  2. It covers a lot of material and allows use for a wide spectrum of ages. Preschool is anywhere between the ages of 3-5. There are vast developmental capabilities within those ages. This printable preschool activity can be used for kids at the beginning and end of that spectrum. From colors to basic addition and subtraction this resource has room for your child to grow.
  3. This resource gives parents a guide of what to teach their preschooler. Furthermore, there is a checklist included in this learning folder for parents or teachers to work through.
  4. Short and sweet lessons– With just a few minutes of point and practice every day, kids can work through their colors, shapes, counting and more. (Kindergarten prep couldn’t be easier!)
  5. No extra parent prep– No fumbling with manipulatives, worksheets, or paper crafts. Just put this pack in book form and pull it out for review every day.





How to Use the Point and Practice Learning Folder

If your little ones are showing interest in learning you can go ahead  and give them a gentle start using this resource. When you bring out the learning folder, sit with them and talk about the page they are working on: ask questions, point and practice, or sing a song. 

A little bit every day goes a long way.

Here are some sample questions you could ask as you work on a page together:

  • What color is that?
  • Can you go find something else that is this color?
  • Can you name the shapes?
  • What letter does the word ‘hot’ start with?
  • Can you think of another word that rhymes with ‘sat’?
  • What number comes before 5? What number comes after?
  • Can you make a pattern like this using something else?
  • Can you count by 5’s standing on one foot?
  • What does the weather look like today?


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Contents of the Preschool Point and Practice Learning Folder 

  • Calendar- Colors, weather, days of the week, seasons, months of the year.
  • Personal– Right/left, emotions, self-care, movement, phone number
  • Prewriting– Finger tracing, angled lines, curved lines. 
  • Letters– Letter Recognition, sequencing, confusion fix.
  • Number– Counting, how many, shapes, tally marks, ten frame, addition, subtraction, before & after, skip counting.
  • Reading– Vowels, rhyming, beginning sounds, ending sounds, sight words
  • Science– Five senses, flower parts, farm & ocean animals, living & non-living, planets.




Point & Practice DOWNLOAD

If you would like this preschool printable for your homeschool or classroom you can get the resource in the link below.

Preschool Point & Practice DOWNLOAD






This is a no-prep, print and go resource. I do recommend putting it into book form so everything is in one place. It might also be a good idea to laminate the front and back if you choose have it spiral bound. That way, it can withstand the regular use of a little one. 

How to assemble:

1. Purchase, download, and print 

2. Insert into a 3-ring binder or have it spiral bound


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More Preschool Products

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