Preschool Thinking Skills Worksheets
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Developing thinking skills in young children can be fun for the parent, teacher, or caregiver as well as the child. Here are three things you can do today to develop thinking skills in your preschool child.
1. Ask your child questions, play make believe games, and let them help with chores such as shopping and sorting clothes.
2. Ask your child to help you make a list of the items you may need from the store, and ask your child to sort the like items on the list so the shopping trip will be quick and easy.
3. Provide story starters about a variety of situations and let them tell you what happens and why.
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Fun Preschool Thinking Skills and Problem Solving WorksheetsWinter or Summer - Students will color pictures depicting summer and winter then cut them out and paste them under the appropriate season.
Different Weather - Students will look at the four weather related pictures in each box and mark an X on the one that does not belong.
All Kinds of Weather - Draw a line to match the children to the weather.
What Do Animals Eat? - Students will draw a line to math each animal with the food it eats.
Match the Frogs - This worksheet encourages attention to detail and pencil control as students draw a line between the frogs that are the same.
Match the Bears - Students will improve their fine motor and visual discrimination skills as they match the bear on the left to the bear on the right.
Missing Shoes - Help! All of these people are missing their shoes. Can you match each person with the correct pair of shoes?
Find the Real Mother Goose - Attention to detail is essential for students to find and color the Mother Goose that is different from the others.
Healthy Foods - Preschool children will color the fruits and vegetables and mark an X on the foods that are not healthy.
Playing at the Park - Everyone loves the park! Draw a picture of you and your friends playing at the park.
What Does Not Belong? Worksheet 2 - Students will look at the four pictures in each row and mark an X on the picture that does not belong.
What Does Not Belong ? Worksheet 3 - Students will look at the three pictures in each row and circle the picture that does not belong.
Farm Animal Shadow Match - Draw a line from each farm animal to its shadow.
Match the Leaves - Draw a line from the leaf on the left to the leaf on the right that has the same shape.
What Goes Together? - Students will gain valuable pencil control skills when drawing straight and wavy lines to match the items on this preschool worksheet.
All worksheets created by Tracey Smith.
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This page has 15 thinking skills worksheets to choose from.