Fun List of Free Summer Printables for Kids

Even though the weather is nice and we want the kids to get out of the house sometimes the best way to keep them entertained is with a good old pen and paper. Instead of searching online for tons of printables throughout the Summer I have decided to create a Fun List of Free Summer Printables for Kids.

Fun List of Free Summer Printables for Kids

These are great for a rainy day, a long car ride, or anytime you need to come up with a quick activity that the kids will love.

If your kids are ages 2-8 they will find hours of enjoyment with this Summer Pack including math pages for counting, matching cards, Bubble Addition, and so much more!

If your kids enjoy getting their hands dirty and helping out in the garden, these Garden Plan Worksheets for kids are the perfect printable. There is even a ladybug life cycle coloring sheet, transportation printables, and lots of fun stuff for the little ones to check out.

When the kids need to play a game that will have them all working well together, Bingo is the answer. This is a great printable to have on hand when nobody seems to get along and everyone is getting on your nerves. This Bingo game has a fun Summer theme and it will have everyone playing together and getting along again in no time.

When school lets out, we don’t want our kids to forget everything they learned and start over the next year. It’s a good idea to keep them sharp with these Sight Word Flashcards.

There has never been a better time to learn about Beaches than during the Summer. Ages PK-4 will enjoy the beach geography activity, learning how sand is made, stories, word search, and so much more with this All About Beaches Printable Pack.

Finally, if you want to get your kids outside on a nice warm day, these printables for Summer Nature Walks will have your kids learning while getting some much needed fresh air. Scavenger hunts have never been more fun than with these fun Summer printables!


  1. These are great and would keep the kids busy for hours.

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