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Children learn things faster when ideas, concepts, and foundational skills are introduced in a pretty package. Your young dinosaur lover will think this Color-Trace-Learn Workbook introducing them to the months of the year is nothing short of “RAWR”-some!
Learning the Months of the Year
Recitation and repetition are usually adopted to help children remember the twelve months of the year.
While this is a common instructional practice, it’s always exciting to see children beaming wide while learning. This workbook will do just that.
So what are you waiting for? Print out these activity pages today! And don’t forget to check out our other free printables while you’re here!
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The large, adorable, color-your-dinosaur illustrations on each page will put a big smile on your child’s face.
As always, coloring activities help strengthen fine motor skills and firm up a child’s hand muscles. Each page holds a dinosaur illustration and the name of a month below the image.
Another activity that builds on fine motor skills is the trace and learn activity.
Your child can start by finger tracing the letters in each month, and once confident with the way the letters form, pencil trace the month confidently.
A Fun Way to Reinforce What Your Child Learns
My son loves dinosaurs, and I know these work pages will double up as posters for his room. Showcasing his coloring and tracing skills will be a great way to motivate him.
The posters will help him recognize each month of the year and remember each month in order, starting with January and ending with December.
Learning the Months of the Year couldn’t be easier and more fun.
Get Your Months of the Year Workbook PDF Now!
These pages are free, so there’s no reason not to give them a try! Especially when these printables are sure to provide you and your kids with hours of fun.
Supplies You May Need:
- Printable PDF (available below)
- Printer and paper or cardstock
- Crayons, Colored Pencils, or your favorite coloring tools.
Download and Print Instructions
Downloading the printable is easy! Simply click on the button down below and download the PDF file.
Make these even more fun by:
1. Using watercolor paints.
2. Using markers, stickers, or glitter.
3. Creating your own coloring and activity book.
4. Print the sheets and laminate them so they can be reused.
Hello, I’m Vickie aka The Crazy Family Mom!
The creator of A Crazy Family and a stay-at-home mom of a little boy with a big personality. I love to share real food recipes, parenting tips & encouragement, fun kids activities, and so much more! Plus, I am thrilled to provide you with a space to celebrate all that is awesome (and a little crazy) in the world.