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Summer is full of long, warm days. With that, comes lots of dirty feet and tired kids. Sometimes though, you need a break from the heat but still need to keep your toddler or preschooler busy. I have just the thing to keep theme engaged, learning and having oh so much fun! Check out the free printables below and share the indoor summer fun with us on Instagram. Tag us @misformonster to be entered into a drawing for free preschool activities!

 Ice Cream Counting Printable

you’ll need:

ice cream cone counting printable

Pom poms http://amzn.to/2eJjQ3u

DIRECTIONS: Write numbers your child needs to practice recognizing and counting on the ice cream cones. Using the pom poms, have them add the correct number of “ice cream” balls.

Watermelon Seed Counting

you’ll need:

watermelon counting printable

Black buttons http://amzn.to/2urOELI

DIRECTIONS: Write numbers your child needs to practice recognizing and counting on the corner of the paper on the watermelon slices. Using the buttons, have them add the correct number of “seeds”.

Beach Ball Counting

you’ll need:

beach counting printable

beach ball stickers printable

DIRECTIONS: Write numbers your child needs to practice recognizing and counting on the corner of the paper of the beach scene. Print and cut out the beach ball stickers and cut out. When finished, have your child recognize the number on the page and add that many beach balls to the paper.

Bugs in the Grass

you’ll need:

bug in the grass printable

Green Crinkle Paper http://amzn.to/2tFsJlt

bug erasers http://amzn.to/2urLzLN

DIRECTIONS: Print off the letters your child needs to recognize. Cut out the letter or sight word cards and place in a pile. Spread the green crinkle paper on the white letter paper. Have your child pick one card at a time and search for the letter in the “grass”. Have them place a bug on the letter/sight word.