March Rainbow Themed Free Printables

Hip Hip Hooray for the first day of March. I don't know about you, but I am officially over winter and ready for spring days ahead. While I know we could possibly have several more months of cold, I am 100% looking forward to warmer days and seeing some grass soon. We have had snow on the ground since before Christmas. Just when we think it might start to melt we wake up to more snow we didn't even know we were to get.

I have some March and Spring themed freebies to share with you today that will hopefully help clear up the end of winter blues. 

St. Patricks' Day Freebies for PReschoolers | St. Patrick's Day Preschool Activities

These activities are perfect for preschool and kindergarten and work on fine motor practice, capital and lowercase letter identification, and number words. 

Children will use a small rainbow colored manipulative to fill in each of the white circles on the Somewhere Over the Rainbow mat. Pom poms, skittles, or beads make great manipulatives for this activity. 

Rainbow Pom Pom Mat

Print a copy of this for your young learner and they will then use red and orange dot markers to dot the capital and lowercase letters according to the key. 

Capital and Lowercase Letter Dot Marker Page

And for the final activity, children will match the pictures on the rainbows to form rhyming pairs. 

These three activities are available in the March Preschool Freebies file in my Free Resource library. If you are an email subscriber, the password to the library will be in your inbox. Simply add the password when the box pops up and gain access to these free activities and more. Need the password? No problem. Simply subscribe to my email list below and the password will be sent right to your inbox. New freebies added each month.

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