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Best Preschool Themes For July

Here are the top themes for Preschool in July. Now that summer has finally arrived, your kiddos will be excited to explore and learn with these fun July themes for preschool.

Best July Preschool Themes

July Themes For Preschool

Here are the top 10 themes for Preschool in July.

Ice Cream Theme

You scream, we scream, we all scream for ice cream! With these fun hands-on activities, your preschooler will do a lot less screaming and more learning. We all know summertime’s unofficial dessert is ice cream! So, celebrate summer and have a dance party with, The Ice Cream Song, and to put the cherry on top of the day, read Just One More.

Preschool Centers - Ice Cream Theme


Under the Sea Theme

Discovery of everything under the sea isn’t just a catchy Disney tune. Get your preschooler hands-on with an interactive ocean information center and watch them discover undersea creatures with a new twist on eye spy. Or practice your counting with a fan favorite; goldfish! Don’t forget to enjoy the story of Commotion in the Ocean and take a deep dive with Jack Hartmann and sing about The Five Oceans.


Camping Theme

Camping, counting, and smores–oh my! This preschool theme for July couldn’t be better! Have your preschoolers practice their sight words with marshmallows. Bring these camping-themed worksheets for boredom busters to do by the fireside or in the tent. Make sure you have a Camping Song queued up to enjoy around the campfire. Or, if they’re having uncertainties about the outdoors, enjoy Scaredy Squirrel Goes Camping together.

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Zoo Theme

Having Zoo-themed activities is a perfect preschool theme for July. Whether your kids are practicing parrot patterns or counting out bananas for hungry little monkeys. Get your little pumped by singing along to Let’s Go To The Zoo to get the kids ready for an animal-packed adventure. Don’t forget to wind down the day with a story, Good Night, Gorilla.

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Space Theme

Your preschooler will be counting down each moment until their next space-themed takes them up, up, and away! Count on 10s frames with wiggly wonderful aliens or send rockets into outer space by matching uppercase and lowercase letters. Make sure to let your kiddos get their wiggles out with this Cosmic Yoga Adventure, and then help them settle back down to earth with storytime.

Space Theme Preschool Activities and Printables


New Summer Packet with New Themes

Take a look at our new Summer Packet that will help your kids keep that summer slide at bay. The packet contains 10 themes, a mini-lesson plan page, and five worksheets for each theme.

Preschool Summer Packet Cover


Circus Theme
Come one, come all, to one of the most fun themes your kiddo with complete this summer! Let the family favorite, Baby Shark, play in the background while your preschool engages with their worksheets, and complete the lesson with a story about Clifford at the Circus.


Who doesn’t love a day at the beach? Before the kids head out to feel the sand between their toes enjoy these lesson plans and dance around to the sounds of summer. And when you’re taking time out from all the fun in the sun, enjoy the story Beach Day.


Whether it’s in the bath or outside what kid doesn’t love bubbles? Incorporating this preschool theme for July is something they will love! Get your little one counting and singing all about bubbles, and after all the work is done, see if they’re curious to know, what happens when there is Bubble Trouble?


Every preschooler’s favorite place is the park. Consider taking this lesson outdoors at a park your kids can enjoy once their work is complete! On the drive there, play songs all about playing in the park and pack a book to enjoy during snack break.

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The wonderful thing about these preschool themes for July is that even though your preschooler is still learning, they’re playing and doing hands-on activities that don’t make it feel like work at all. What activities do you do with your preschoolers to help combat the summer slide? Tell us all about it in the comments!

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