Homeschool Posts

Notebooking Pages Free Resources

Image by Jose R. Cabello from Pixabay

This Blog is An Archive And Has Not Been Updated Since 2018

9.27.2021: Google very recently changed drive links for security reasons, so you may find that when you click on a link for one of my printables that you need to submit a share request. PLEASE only submit one share request per item! These have to be manually confirmed and I will get to them when I get to them. I promise you that sending me 12 requests in rapid succession will not make that happen faster, lol! I do not sit on my computer waiting around to send people instant shares of freebies. Thank you so much for your patience as I try to sort out this latest Google mess.

Wednesday, March 6, 2013

FREE Preschool Printable Flower Puzzles

Emma has great manual dexterity and is a great problem solver (this is why I have to keep everything I don’t want her into at least 10 feet off the ground).  She loves puzzles.  Jigsaws with dozens of pieces are still a little to complicated for her to tackle on her own, but many of the free printable puzzles I’ve found are a little too easy.  So I decided, hey, why not make a few of my own.  I hope your preschooler enjoys these FREE printable flower puzzles, too.

You can download them all in one pdf file, print on cardstock, and cut on the lines.  Laminating optional.  I printed ours on a draft setting and they still look great.

Here is what they look like, the pieces are just over 1-1/2” square.  There are two 20-piece puzzles and one 12-piece puzzle. 

hyacinth preschool puzzle thumbnailtulip preschool puzzle thumbnailblack eyed susan preschool puzzle thumbnail

You might also like:

Free Volume Measurement Cards

Monsterpedia Notebooking Pages

Full Color Printable Letter Tiles

HC26


Let’s connect:

2 comments:

  1. That is a Great idea! Not even just for preschooler's, but any age I bet. Just have to make them harder. I think I might make some Easter themed one's for my kids, for their basket's this year. Thanks for the idea!


    Check out my blog~> http://homeschoolmom82.blogspot.com/

    ReplyDelete
  2. Yes, absolutely. You could use your own pictures and vary the difficulty by making the pieces smaller or bigger.

    ReplyDelete

Thank you for joining the conversation!

Please note: Comments on posts older than 16 days are moderated (this cuts down on SPAM). All other comments post immediately.