Do you need Construction Theme Activities for a preschool or kindergarten theme?
This Set is PACKED with all kinds of Construction learning fun. Kids will get to use their hands and play while working on counting, letters, patterns and shapes.
There are so many amazing ideas to fill your centers with happy, exciting learning.
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Preschool Construction Activities
You will probably need a wide variety of Construction activities for your preschool lesson planning. We’ve included activities ranging from alphabet and counting to patterns, sight words, and more. Check them out below.
Construction Math Activities for Preschool
Anytime we are teaching early math we need to cover different parts of number sense. In the following math activities, you’ll find counting, subitizing, graphing, 10 frames, and more to teach number sense during your preschool Fairy Tale theme.
Nuts and Bolts Counting
Perfect activity to practice fine motor, counting, and addition skill.
Count and Fill Tool Box
How many tools can you fit in the tool box? Roll the dice and add that number of tools.
Golf Tee Hammer and Count
This hands on sensory and counting activity will keep your little one busy for sure.
Count and Build Towers
This little pig is building his house and needs help stacking his bricks.
Fairy Tale Literacy Activities
In preschool, we work on a range of literacy skills depending on where our kiddos are at. Here are earth-themed centers for alphabet letters, syllables, sight words, and more to use in your Construction preschool theme.
Build and Spin Name Spelling
Learning the letters in a child’s name is on of the top ways to start letter recognition.
Building Letter Towers
Using uppercase letters to match the lowercase letters, see how many you can stack of each letter.
Sight Word Signs Sensory Bin
Kids will have so much fun digging for the correct letters to construct their sight words.
Craft Stick Letter Building
This activity is an excellent tactile way to practice building letters.
Drive and Dump Letters Road
This road is in need of letters! Load up the truck and drive the matching letters to each area.
Block Alphabet Building
This Alphabet activity is an easy and hands on way for letter recognition. Fun too!
Construction Pattern and Shape Activities
Learning to copy patterns and identify shapes are important early math skills. It prepares children for higher level critical thinking and to make predictions about what comes next.
Patterns In Progress Block Building
Practice copying the patterns on and off the card.
Geoboard Building Patterns
Geoboards are one of the top ways to practice fine motor skills. This activity ties together both pattern practice and fine motor work.
Cup Shapes Construction
How fun is this shapes building activity? Use mini cups to put together the shape shown on the card.
Constructing Shapes with Sticks
Help the little pigs build their shape houses with craft sticks.
Stick Building Patterns
Such a fun way to practice patterns and build. You can even glue your house together when complete.
Snap Cube Picture Building
This activity has it all! Patterns, color matching, building, and counting.
Do you ever need something fast, no-prep, print-and-go for a sub or one of those super crazy preschool days?
These Construction worksheets are the perfect last-minute fill-in for your lesson plans. They’re also a lot of fun for early finishers or for take-home packets.
Construction Math Worksheets
These construction worksheets cover a variety of early math skills. Teach kids shapes, counting, base 10, measurement, and number recognition with these fun math printables.
Construction Literacy Worksheets
We are constantly working on early literacy in preschool. These Construction literacy worksheets allow you to differentiate between a variety of learning levels. Younger preschoolers and pre-writers can start with the sorting whereas more advanced learners can work on letter sounds and letter tracing.
More Construction Preschool Activities
Did you know preschoolers also need to practice other skills like patterns, sorting, fine motor skills, and shapes? The Fairy Tale worksheets are an excellent source for additional practice.