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Preschool Worksheets – New! ‘Kitchen Fun’ printables!

 

 

These preschool worksheets “Kitchen Fun” are brand new printables we have added to our printables corner!

The ‘Kitchen Fun’ pages were created especially for children who like to play with food(:

Yes! You can finally have fun playing with food! Get ready for lots of fun!

Our preschool worksheets ‘Kitchen Fun’ contain the following items: a pan, a spatula, a fried egg, a tomato, a knife, a fork and a plate.

Please prepare: coloring pencils, pastels or markers, scissors, and a simple glue (stick).

What is the importance of this activity?

The “Kitchen Fun” worksheets encourages thinking and imagination, developing precision abilities and developing fine motor skills.

Did you know?

Shearing with scissors is a very important activity for the development of precision skills and fine motor skills especially in early childhood. It is important that you encourage your children to engage in this activity.

Fine motor activities are critical to a child’s development. However, it is important to practice different levels of fine motor activity at all ages – to challenge the brain and maintain its health. Older people who engage in various creative activities – such as assembling objects, sewing and embroidery, painting while observing, and various crafts – also maintain their brain health beyond the enjoyment of the activity itself.

Fine motor skills are essential for the development of every child – from toddler to adult. Especially today, when children and adults spend many hours as passive spectators in front of the screens – activities such as painting, cutting and pasting, assembling elements, and activities that have order and work stages – are extremely important for the normal development of the brain, and body health in general.

Ready?

Lets get started! You can print from here.

Printing

Print the 2 PDF pages with your home printer. Try printing on a slightly thicker paper than the simple printer paper.

We recommend using a 170 gr. paper, so that you can play with the items without fear of them being torn or destroyed easily.

If you do not have a thicker paper, No Worries! A simple printer paper will do the job too!

Painting and Decorating

Once you have printed the pages, start painting and decorating the kitchen parts!

Use markers, pencil paints, or pastel paints. You can also create nice patterns on the plate, or color the pan in bold colors!

Shearing, Gluing and Assembling

Once everything is decorated, it’s time to cut the items! For best results- please follow the dotted line when using your scissors.

When all parts are ready, glue the parts of the pan and plate. Use a stick glue according to the instructions on the page.

Finally, It’s time to play and have lots of fun!

So who wants an egg …?

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