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Practice those basic skill concepts in style with this super cute unicorn preschool pack. 51 pages of fun! As a designer, I have worked on several different projects. I can’t remember most of them but a select few really stick out to me. This one is one that will stick out for me. I really love how this Unicorn pack turned out. I was pretty excited with the idea when my daughter brought it to me and as a proud unicorn lover myself, I couldn’t wait to get started. In the end, we created 50 pages of Unicorn themed learning activities for your preschooler. Welcome to the Wonderful World of Unicorns (as named by my son).
Materials needed for this pack:
- Zip lock baggies (to keep everything sorted)
Educational Unicorn Themed Preschool Pack
One to Ten Number Three Piece Puzzles
Cut apart these puzzles and separate the puzzles by cutting on the dotted lines. The kids will then put the puzzles together. With this activity, they will be practicing counting and number recognition.
Cut apart the number arches, words, and colorful unicorns.
The children will use the black and white page to glue the rainbow in correct order. The color words and unicorns will be for sequencing in the correct order.
Matching Game, Cloud Maze, Patterns, and Differences
Matching game: Cut out and laminate the cards to create your own unicorn themed matching game.
Follow the cloud maze to help the unicorn find it’s way out.
Finish the pattern by gluing the unicorn that would come next into the box.
Find the different unicorn on each row.
-orn Word Family, CVC Word Building, And Color By Sight Words
For younger kids you could just cut out the first letter and have them find the beginning letter that matches the picture in the -orn word family puzzles. For older children, you could cut apart each letter.
Cut out the letters and have them form the word that matches the picture in the CVC building activity.
Have them color the sight words according to the chart included.
Build A Scene
Cut out the unicorns and use them to be creative and build your own scene. You could also print these on magnetic paper and use them with a cookie pan to put on your own unicorn plays.
There are a few different simple two piece puzzles such as this color matching puzzle. Also included are picture to picture puzzles, shadow matching, and match the two halves.
Writing Skill Builders
Practice writing the letter U with this U is for Unicorn page.
Also, practice basic line formations and beginning writing skills with these line tracing pages. These are great for putting in dry erase folders to make them re-usable.
Math Skills Worksheets
Count and graph with these unicorn themed math worksheets.
Strip Puzzles – Counting and Skip Counting
There are 4 different unicorns strip puzzles included. Each one is different. Three of the puzzles are skip counting by 2, 5, and 10.
Tracing and Do a Dot Pages
I included two picture tracing pages, one unicorn and one rainbow. A shape tracing page with unicorns as well as a rainbow dot page.
Letter U Upper and Lower Case Sort
Cut out the letters and sort them into the correct Unicorn box with this activity.
Coloring Pages And Letter U Do a Dot Page
I always like to include some fun such as this coloring page and the Color By Unicorn page. My little one also really enjoys dot markers so I also made a letter Uu as in U is for Unicorn Do A Dot page. Also included is this read and color the unicorn page.
Positional Early Reader Book
Where is the unicorn? Could that sneaky unicorn be behind the cloud, above it, on it? With this easy to assemble book, the kids will practice their positional words.
There are a few other Unicorn themed pages included such as a lacing card but there was just too much to picture everything. For more rainbow related fun be sure to check out our fun rainbow theme here.