Are you looking for the perfect activity to do with your preschoolers this Father’s Day?
Why not plug in the printer and print out these four FREE Father’s Day printable activities for preschoolers in Spanish!
In these activities, your child will test out their knowledge about how much they know about dad. They will be able to practice their color knowledge and work their fine motor and artistic skills!
Keep reading to find out how to get your free Father’s Day printable activities in Spanish now!
What comes in in this free printable Father’s Day activity kit?
In this kit, you will receive FOUR fun filled Father’s Day printable activities for toddlers and preschoolers.
- Page one is a Te amo papá activity where your child can test out their knowledge about papá, and write a few special words for him.
Your child can also draw a picture of themselves with their papá or glue an actual photo of them there.
Help your child see if they can think of a few special words about their papá, and help them write it down! This is a gift dad will remember forever!
- Page two is a fun coloring page that says Papá, te quiero hasta la luna.
- Page 3 is a fine-motor scissor activity where your preschooler can practice cutting out the four letters that compose the word Papá!
- Lastly, page four is a coloring page that says P is for Papá.
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How to get your Father’s Day Activities in Spanish
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Let me know in the comments below what you think about these printables. If they are a success, I plan on expanding to create more themes such as animals, shapes, colors and more.