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Creepy Crawlies Pack – Free!

A friend recently told me that her daughter was really into bugs and insects so I couldn’t resist making a pack just for her!  Plus, I love this clipart from Melonheadz Illustrating.  This Creepy Crawlies Pack is great for learning with bugs and insects and other creepy crawly things!

I specifically didn’t call this a bug or insect pack because it includes many creatures that aren’t bugs or aren’t insects.  Apparently there are strict definitions for both!  But, in my opinion, they are ALL creepy crawly things.

There are so many interesting things to learn about insects and bugs (and all creepy crawlies!) like learning about what they eat, where they life, and the life cycles of each species.

Check out this butterfly life cycle wheel to learn more about butterfly life cycles!


Creepy Crawlies Packs

What’s in the packs?
Tot Pack:
Letter Pages
Dot Marker Pages
Prewriting Pages
Cutting Strips
9-Piece Puzzle
Matching Cards
Shape Tracing
Creepy Crawly Matching
What’s Different?
Lacing Pages
PreK Pack:
3-Part Cards
Patterning Cards
What Comes Next?
4-Piece Puzzles
Which Is Different?
Prewriting Page
Beginning Sounds
What Color is the Ladybug?
1-10 Puzzle
11-20 Puzzle
Skip Count by 5s Puzzle
Skip Count by 10s Puzzle
Clip and Count Cards
Dot the Letters
Size SOrting
Shadow Matching
Roll and Graph
Roll and Color

K-3rd Pack:
Even/Odd Addition
Double Digit Addition Sorting
Spider Number Bonds
Creepy Crawly ABC Order
Color the Words
Spin the Time
Creepy Crawly Word Search
Word Unscramble
Roll and Color Addition
Roll and Color Multiplication
1-10 Addition Puzzle
1-10 Multiplication Puzzle
11-20 Addition Puzzle
Skip Count by 10s Puzzle
Spin Addition
Spin Subtraction
Spin Multiplication
Creepy Crawly Addition
Creepy Crawly Subtraction
Odd/Even Sorting
Roll and Graph
Beginning Sounds
Trace and Match Cursive
Sentence in Cursive
Creepy Crawly Groups Division
Multiplication Fact Families
Creepy Crawly Fractions
Writing Pages

Royal did a few pages from the page and really surprised me with his attentiveness.  We’ve been doing addition for awhile but he gets so squirmy that we have to take a break.  He worked through this sheet like a breeze though!


This was the first time I had him do a measurement page and it was clear we need to do a few more.  This is a learned skill – not one that comes naturally!
We chose to measure in paperclips, although next time we will use small paperclips.  The big ones were too big.


Go Here to Download the Creepy Crawly Pack

Creepy Crawlies Pack - Free printable pack for tot, preK, kindergarten, first, second, and third grade!

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