Summer letters, numbers, and shapes

Inside: A free printable set of summer cut and paste worksheets.

Keep the learning going even through the summer with these free printable summer cut and paste worksheets.

Your kids will enjoy cutting and pasting their letters, numbers, and shapes while having fun coloring too.

And make sure to check out more alphabet worksheets and shapes activities too!

Summer cut and paste worksheets

This set includes eighteen printable pages.

Children will practice numbers 1 to 20, upper and lowercase letters, and basic 2d shapes.

Cut and paste worksheets are my boys’ favorite. Not only they get to practice their academics but also their fine motor skills. Plus they like to color the pictures in the end as well.

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What you’ll need:

  • printer and paper
  • scissors
  • glue sticks
  • crayons or markers (optional)

Simply print out the pages you want your child to work on and save the rest for later.

The download link is at the very bottom of this page.

Enjoy!

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Please keep in mind that these free summer review worksheets are for personal or classroom use only. Altering, re-sale or re-distribution are not allowed in any way. Thank you!

14 thoughts on “Summer letters, numbers, and shapes”

  1. Your resources have been such a relief. Thank you for offering these for free. You’ve taken some weight off my shoulders during an already very stressful time!!

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  2. Thank you SO much! I feel confident doing all the fun activities and working in learning throughout the day while schools are off, but my Pre-K kiddo still needs to practice writing and cutting and all the things! And he’s much happier doing a worksheet rather than something a little more ‘free-style.’ Especially since he’s missing OT, too.

    Thank you for making these free resources for families and teachers!!

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  3. thank you so much for these free printables especially now through what’s happening a lot of companies want to charge for their printables and I appreciate your help with these and making it free for mothers all over the world. YOU ARE HELPING ALOT thank you so much

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  4. Thank you for making these! These have been helpful keeping my 2 and 4 year old busy at the table while im helping my 9 year old with his online school work. thanks again from mother to mother.

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