Fun acorn and squirrel themed learning activities for kids – designed to go along with the picture book Scaredy Squirrel.
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Scaredy Squirrel is, as his name implies, scared of everything. There are so many dangers out in the world – germs, poison ivy, even green aliens! It’s a great read for cautious kids especially, and author Melanie Watt has created an entire series around this character.
Five year old Anna is really into tracing lately. Tracing is an excellent fine motor pre-writing activity! I created a simple printable for her to lead three different squirrels to the tree where they left their acorns.
She enjoyed tracing the lines with a crayon and then with her fingers.
Do you have kids who would enjoy this printable? Click on the image below to download the free printable tracing page.
If you look closely, you’ll notice that there are a couple of ways you could interpret the dotted paths. It makes this worksheet slightly more open-ended than typical tracing pages for kids.
More Acorn and Squirrel Themed Learning Activities for Kids
Check out these great acorn and squirrel themed learning activities from my co-hosts!
- Acorn Fine Motor and Counting
- Fall Sensory Bin Acorns and Squirrels Color Picture Match
- Squirrel Brain Breaks
- Thumbprint Acorn Craft
- Learning Words with Acorns
- Acorn Ordering and Sorting
- Acorn Color Matching
- Making Shapes with Acorns
- Acorn Discovery Table
- Scaredy Squirrel Story Time
- Acorn Sharing Game
- Ten Frame Activities with Squirrel and Acorn Frames
- Acorn Alphabet Sensory Jar Game
- Acorn Process Art
- Find the Acorns Printable Sight Word Game
- Squirrel Action Rhyme
Please share in the comments below if you know of any other fun squirrel themed learning activities for kids. Do you know of any other fun squirrel themed picture books for kids that we should read?
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