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Printable Robot Preschool Activity Book
It seems like every time we go to Walmart, my youngest is automatically hungry and just has to have food right away. Pepperidge Farm® Goldfish® crackers are almost always on our list anyway (because my kids go through them like water), so we normally pay for a box before starting our shopping trip so she can snack while we shop. Bonus! Walmart has the 30 oz. boxes on Rollback (in store only) for only $6.46 right now!! We picked up the Goldfish crackers Colors and Goldfish crackers Cheddar.
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We’ve really been working with my youngest on counting, color recognition and fine motor skills lately and I wanted to create something that would keep her attention, and the attention of your kids as well. I made this adorable FREE printable Robot Preschool Activity Book and she LOVES it! She and I have had a blast learning numbers and colors together while snacking on her favorite Goldfish crackers snack at the same time! You can find more games and snack ideas like this HERE!
The pictures and colors are specifically designed to work with Goldfish crackers as the tokens, and for kids ages 4-5 years of age. I love that there are no artificial colors in Goldfish crackers, and that the colors are still beautiful and vibrant making eating and learning fun! The Preschool Activity Book includes 5 pages of activities. There’s an adorable robot coloring page, and one of my favorites, a counting page! Kids can count the objects in the row, and then place that number of Goldfish crackers into the boxes. Making learning tangible reinforces the lesson even more!
The sorting page is my favorite part of the whole Activity Book! The colors are designed specifically around the colors included in a Goldfish crackers Colors package! Make a small pile of the Goldfish crackers Colors for your little one, and then let them sort them into the right boxes.
When they’re finished, it should look something like this! This also reinforces the sight-words for the colors as well which is essential for learning at home!
If you’re little one is old enough to understand the concept of addition, this activity will be fun for them! If they’re still a little young for this level of activity, help them count the total in each row and just do it that way.
Help walk your little one through subtracting with these simple problems designed just for this age group. The Goldfish crackers work so perfectly for this Activity Book! Print it for free HERE. Go check out the entire library of fun Goldfish cracker games and activities by clicking HERE!