Color, Cut out, Build, and Label the Fish – Free Printables

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You are invited to download the fish printables – a learning resource for preschool and kindergarten children. Use these printouts to create hands-on fine motor activities for your students.

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Build the fish is a new type of printable that is available from the Free Resource Library. Create a DIY Parts of the Fish puzzle or use this download to set up a fine motor exercise for your students. This can be a handy addition to your resources if you are planning to explore the Fish, Ocean, or Beach Unit in your classroom.

This resource contains Parts of the Fish poster, color and blackline cut-out printouts, and student Parts of the Fish posters for labeling.

Here is what’s included:

  • Parts of the fish poster with labels
  • Parts of the fish poster without labels
  • Color cut-out printable
  • Blackline cut-out printable
  • Parts of the fish poster for tracing labels
  • Parts of the fish poster for independent writing
Color cut out build and label the fish cutting printables preschool kindergarten montessori nature freebie

I generally only use true-to-life images in the resources, however, this printable with cartoon-like images is perfect for pre-k and kindergarten students who are in the process of mastering their paper cutting skills. It contains pieces for cutting with thick and clear lines.

The child is invited to build and label the fish. There are color and black and white printouts available in this download. Feel free to use pages that are best suitable for your young learners.

Print the color version. Cut and laminate the individual pieces and labels. Present the poster with parts of the fish. Children who can read can build the fish using pieces and paste labels in the correct boxes. There is also an option to match the word to the word if you prefer this challenge.

If the child is willing, he or she can then use a blackline version to color, cut, and glue pieces to build the fish onto one of the posters and then trace or copy the labels.

As you can see, you might decide to utilize this resource in many ways.

Color cut out build and label the fish cutting printables preschool kindergarten montessori nature freebie

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Vertebrate Characteristics Preschool Posters and Sorting Cards

Vertebrate Characteristics – preschool cards with engaging and colorful clipart that highlight distinctive differences between 5 types of vertebrates.

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Here is what’s included:

  • Instructions
  • Posters, sorting cards, mats, and student blackline booklets highlight the main distinguishing features of mammals, reptiles, birds, amphibians, and fish.

Each set provides:

  • 5 x posters
  • 5 x picture cards
  • 5 x mats for sorting into
  • 5 x student booklets

Purchase this resource here or find it on Teachers Pay Teachers

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  About Anastasia. Anastasia is a former Early Childhood Teacher and the founder of Montessori Nature, a blog about Montessori - inspired and Nature-based explorations. She taught in a Montessori setting for 10 years and has been practicing the Montessori way of learning and living for the last 20 years. She loves designing engaging educational printables for children. Browse Anastasia's educational resources on Teachers Pay Teachers.


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