Preschool Farm Pack

We are starting our farm unit next week in preschool.  I made a pack of fun printable activities:  Everything from puppets, patterns, smallest to tallest, number writing etc.  Join the fun and download this pack for the little ones in your life!

Special thanks to the AMAZING graphic artists at, especially Stockbury Studios, Revi Devi and Goodness & Fun!  Without them sharing for educational purposes these would be very drab.  🙂

Over the next several weeks I’ll post some hands-on activities too, since I can’t stand too much paper/pencil for little ones.

Follow along to get more FAB FARM ideas!

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DOWNLOAD the FREE  farm packet PDF HERE.






If you like this farm pack you’ll love my Farm number writing printable book.  It’s available in my SHOP.On each page students have the opportunity to write each number and glue on a corresponding item. For example feathers, feed box (rectangle paper), fence posts, horse tail hairs etc.   It’s SUPER cute!

You can buy it at my SHOP for $1.00!  What a deal!

>Linked up at:  Mommy by Day Crafter by Night,Reasons to skip the housework, Funky Polka Dot GiraffeConfessions of a Stay at Home MommySkip to my Lou, Oopsey Daisy, Sumo’s Sweet Stuff, Sun Scholars

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37 thoughts on “Preschool Farm Pack

  1. I found you on Oopsey Daisy! This site is great for my soon to be pre-schooler. I’m looking forward to following you.

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    • Hmmm… I just tried it and it worked for me. It uses adobe reader (which is what you open PDFs with). Maybe you need an updated version? It does take a minute usually as it’s a larger file. Let me know if you still can’t get it. Thanks!


  3. Thank you for sharing this lovely pack of ideas. My friends and I meet to have a play group once a week and i can”t wait to use this.

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