Fall is here, and it seems that Halloween candy is everywhere! I often go to the grocery store with my toddler and preschooler; and the entire aisles full of candy are hard to avoid. I always try to come up with hands-on educational activities that use everyday objects and foods, like these candy corn preschool activities. When my kids are having fun, learning becomes effortless.
Today, I would like to share with you these hands-on free printables and candy corn activities for preschoolers. I hope your kids enjoy them as much as mine did!
Candy Corn Preschool Activities and Printables
Using candy corn as a manipulative is great for a preschooler’s fine motor skills and provides a colorful and fun way to learn many different concepts. This set of free candy corn activities and printables includes the following activities:
- alphabet tracing
- counting 1-6
- counting 6-10
- fall tree
- jack o’ Lantern
The alphabet tracing activity can be used in several different ways, since the letters can be grouped to spell the child’s name, sight words or sentences.
The fall tree and the jack o’lantern are fun ways to practice fine motor skills. My kids were so engaged in the activities that they forgot they were playing with candy!
For more hands-on printable activities for preschoolers, check out my Very Hungry Caterpillar printables and Band-Aid Bear letter matching.
Viviana is a mom to a toddler and a preschooler, sharing ideas and resources for early education on her blog, Totschooling. She specializes in unique, hands-on printable activities that are educational, fun and inspire creativity in young minds.
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This looks so cool. My daughter even likes it too. Will have to give this a try!
erica key says
I’m having trouble printing these. Any ideas? thanks
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Michelle Rickman says
My class loved the fall tree and pumpkin, any chance you are making these for other holidays? Thank you for such a fun activity!
I cannot print the candy corn packet. Any suggestions?
Ashleigh Cramer says
These are so great! Thank you!!
Hi, did you have the kids glue the candy corn on?
This was a guest post, but I would imagine that she didn’t glue it down. You could though. 🙂
I am disappointed that I cannot get the candy corn downloads. What can I do?
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My 3-year-old loves these! Thank you so much for the free printable! We kept him home from preschool and I really appreciate your resources!
Thank you so much for these. I’m going to use them for our Fall class party.