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Engaging Watermelon Activities for Preschoolers: Printable Name Craft, Counting, Literacy & More

Watermelon is a delicious fruit that many preschoolers enjoy. Not only is it a tasty snack, but it can also be used in a variety of educational activities. These engaging Watermelon Activities for Preschoolers are perfect! From printable name activities to counting, literacy, and more, there are many ways to incorporate watermelon into learning for young children.

One fun activity for preschoolers is creating watermelon name puzzles

>>> Grab the full Watermelon Editable Name Printable Pack here.

These engaging Watermelon Activities for Preschoolers are perfect! From printable name activities to counting, literacy, and more, there are many ways to incorporate watermelon into learning for young children.

By printing out watermelon slices with letters on them, children can practice spelling their names and matching the letters to create their own personalized puzzles.

Another idea is to use watermelon seeds for counting activities, where children can practice counting and sorting the seeds into groups. 

Additionally, watermelon can be used to teach literacy skills, such as identifying letters and sounds, by creating a watermelon-themed alphabet game. 

By incorporating watermelon into learning activities, preschoolers can have fun while developing important skills.

Watermelon Fine Motor Skills Printables

One fantastic way to get kids engaged in fun activities during summer, is to have them work on their fine motor skills with these fun and free printables targeting many different skills. They will have SO much fun!

Preschool teachers will love these themed activities on a hot summer day. 

Check out this super cute watermelon name activity. Kids will build their names using ‘watermelon seeds’, these are editable in the file. Then they will paste them to build their craft. 

These engaging Watermelon Activities for Preschoolers are perfect! From printable name activities to counting, literacy, and more, there are many ways to incorporate watermelon into learning for young children.

The craft materials are included in the file. The file is also totally editable. 

Watermelon Name Activities

Preschoolers love watermelons, and there are many fun activities that can be done to help them learn while having fun.

One such activity is Watermelon Name Activities, which can help children learn to recognize and spell their own names.

There are many printable name activities available online that can be used for this activity. 

These activities can include tracing, coloring, and matching letters to help children learn their names. Some of these printables even include the letter “W” for watermelon, which can help children learn the sound of the letter and its place in the alphabet.

>>> You can get this printable watermelon name activity template in my shop.

These engaging Watermelon Activities for Preschoolers are perfect! From printable name activities to counting, literacy, and more, there are many ways to incorporate watermelon into learning for young children.

One fun printable activity is a watermelon name puzzle. 

This activity involves cutting out the letters of a child’s name and gluing them onto a watermelon-shaped paper. The child can then put the puzzle together and practice spelling their name.

​>>> See the FULL Watermelon Name Cut and Paste Printable Here.

Kids of all ages will enjoy making this super cute watermelon themed activity. 

Another printable activity is a watermelon name matching game. This activity involves printing out watermelon slices with letters on them and having the child match the letters to spell their name.

In addition to these printables, there are also many other watermelon name activities that can be done without any materials.

For example, parents or teachers can write out the child’s name in large letters and have the child trace over the letters with their finger or a paintbrush.

Overall, Watermelon Name Activities are a fun and educational way for preschoolers to learn to recognize and spell their names.

With the help of printables and other activities, children can have fun while learning the letter “W” and other important literacy skills.

One in a Melon Bulletin Board 

Previosuly, I’ve shared a super cute bulletin board template to engage kids with SEL in the new year. This particular bulletin board can also be used during centers to create and build self esteem, learn about their peers and more!

>>> See the full templates for this watermelon bulletin board here. 

Watermelon Counting Activities

Preschoolers love to count and explore numbers, and what better way to do so than with watermelon-themed activities?

Here are a few ideas for watermelon counting activities that will engage and delight your little learners.

I love using counting games with my preschoolers, this printable is FREE in this post and you can download the bundle at the end of the post.

These engaging Watermelon Activities for Preschoolers are perfect! From printable name activities to counting, literacy, and more, there are many ways to incorporate watermelon into learning for young children.

Have the kids choose a watermelon number cut out, they identify the number (great work for number sense skills), then they will add that many pom poms onto the watermelon. 

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Watermelon Printable Pre-K Activities

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    The following activities doesn’t even require any printable! You might need some materials like green paint, black paint, red paint and green paper and maybe a slice of watermelon. But generally, they are all activities you can make easily at home.

    Watermelon seeds are perfect for counting activities. You can use real watermelon seeds or make your own using black beans or small black pom-poms. Here’s how to set up a watermelon seed counting activity:

    1. Cut out a large watermelon shape from green construction paper.
    2. Cut out small circles from pink construction paper to represent watermelon slices.
    3. Glue the watermelon slices onto the green watermelon shape.
    4. Place a small bowl of watermelon seeds or black beans next to the watermelon shape.
    5. Have your preschooler count out the seeds or beans and place them on the watermelon slices.

    This activity is great for practicing counting skills and hand-eye coordination.

    Watermelon Popsicle Stick Counting

    Another fun way to practice counting is with watermelon popsicle sticks. Here’s how to set up a watermelon popsicle stick counting activity:

    1. Cut out small watermelon shapes from pink construction paper.
    2. Glue the watermelon shapes onto popsicle sticks.
    3. Write a number on each popsicle stick, from one to ten.
    4. Place the popsicle sticks in a small container.
    5. Have your preschooler pick a popsicle stick and count out the corresponding number of watermelon seeds or black beans.

    This activity is great for practicing number recognition and counting skills.

    These engaging Watermelon Activities for Preschoolers are perfect! From printable name activities to counting, literacy, and more, there are many ways to incorporate watermelon into learning for young children.

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      Watermelon Slice Counting

      Watermelon slices are a fun and colorful way to practice counting. Here’s how to set up a watermelon slice counting activity:

      1. Cut out large watermelon shapes from green construction paper.
      2. Cut out small circles from pink construction paper to represent watermelon slices.
      3. Write a number on each watermelon slice, from one to ten.
      4. Place the watermelon slices on a table or on the floor.
      5. Have your preschooler count out the corresponding number of watermelon seeds or black beans and place them on the watermelon slices.

      This activity is great for practicing counting skills and number recognition.

      These activities are perfect for if you want to try them on your own without downloading any printables. However, I have some super easy watermelon themed activities you can use with your students without having to go it alone. 

      Watermelon Following Directions Activity

      Another great way to celebrate watermelon day is to have some summer fun creating a watermelon craft. You can even add paper plate watermelon craft to this printable.

      You might need a black marker to write the name on the craft but other than that the materials are all included in the printable pack. 

      These engaging Watermelon Activities for Preschoolers are perfect! From printable name activities to counting, literacy, and more, there are many ways to incorporate watermelon into learning for young children.

      These are some of the best ways to engage fine motor muscles and incorporate playful learning activities.

      This printable was a huge hit with my students last year and I have updated the fun watermelon activities to include even MORE fun!

      This paper craft is a great way to work on following directions and celebrating watermelon day activities. 

      This is a great opportunity to have the kids learning to follow directions while also working on awesome watermelon activities. The kids will follow the steps on the page to cut and paste the pieces and build their craft. 

      They can add some pom pom pieces to their craft, white paint, even play dough and it’s a great idea to have them keep their names on that page. 

      Get the full following directions summer themed printable on TPT. 

      More Summer Themed Printables:

      Watermelon I Spy Literacy Game

      My favorite way to work on letter knowledge!

      Have the kids look for the letters in the watermelon juice and then tick the letters they find. They will have a great time doing so.

      These engaging Watermelon Activities for Preschoolers are perfect! From printable name activities to counting, literacy, and more, there are many ways to incorporate watermelon into learning for young children.

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      Watermelon Printable Pre-K Activities

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        In conclusion, these watermelon counting activities are perfect for engaging and entertaining preschoolers while they learn important math skills.

        Watermelon is a delicious fruit that many preschoolers enjoy. Not only is it a tasty snack, but it can also be used in a variety of educational activities. These engaging Watermelon Activities for Preschoolers are perfect! From printable name activities to counting, literacy, and more, there are many ways to incorporate watermelon into learning for young children.

        Whether you use watermelon seeds, black beans, popsicle sticks, or watermelon slices, your little learners are sure to have a blast counting and exploring numbers.

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