Great Spring Printables for Kids


Looking for new resources to keep your child learning and having fun at home? The teachers at Westchester County Mom have you covered! We are offering select printables, FOR FREEYes, 100% free and for immediate download. Why no strings attached? Because we want to say thank you to all of our amazing readers and followers!

So what’s available?

  • Addition and Subtraction worksheets: PreK to 1st Grade (Bonus fraction activity: Kindergarten-2nd Grade)
  • Counting: Toddler-PreK
  • Coloring Pages: All ages!
  • Color Matching (Sight Words): Preschool-1st Grade
  • Color Matching (Colored Sight Words): Toddler-PreK
  • Color Matching (Sight Words with Flower Matches): Toddler-Preschool


Click to Download – Flower Printables

A few creative ways to use these printables

  • Print two copies of the counting pages, and have your child glue the matching set next to each item. Or, write out the numbers on post-its and have your child place the correct digit next to the corresponding set.
  • Print out the addition and subtraction sheet. Cut out each flower and have your child create new addition and subtraction problems to solve. Or use them to create new sets and write fractions.
  • Laminate the pages and use dry erase markers for a reusable activity. Or, print two copies, laminate one and cut out cards. Apply Velcro to create a reusable matching activity.

Have you tried these printables with your child? Be sure to share on social media and tag us at @westchestercountymom. We love seeing kids enjoying our content!

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Erin is the mother of one sweet, rambunctious toddler and wife to a talented chef. Professionally, she is a former special educator and preschool teacher, and is currently a cognitive neuroscience researcher and Ph.D candidate in Cognitive Science in Education with specializations in neuroscience, cognitive development, and neurodiversity/autism. She holds masters degrees in cognitive science, and neuroscience in education, from Teachers College, Columbia University, and undergraduate degrees in special education (with an additional concentration in elementary education and a minor in English) and early childhood education. As the wife of a chef, food is a huge part of her family culture, and she enjoy both cooking and baking. Some of her other hobbies include hiking, traveling, jogging, meditation, animal rescue, playing piano and guitar, crafting, reading, and of course, writing. You can follow her parenting journey and pick up tips on great kids activities here on Westchester Moms Blog, as well as her website (, Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest accounts.