Worksheets for 2-Year-Olds - Teetosh

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Worksheets for 2-Year-Olds

Create your own worksheets!

You’re probably having a busy day and want to keep your child busy or just want to spend some quality time with him but don’t know how to entertain the little one. No worries, we all have been there; SPOILER ALERT: if you haven’t, you will. Worksheets or printables are always a good choice to do activities with kids, however, you might not have a printer or you prefer to save ink. In my case, we don’t have a printer at home because it hasn’t been yet necessary. This is why doing our own worksheets came across my mind. 

Today, I want to show you seven different fun worksheets that you can make with your toddler at home, so you have a whole week of activities! In this worksheets, they’ll learn important topics such as letters, numbers, colors, animals and shapes. Also, they will develop their fine motor skills by performing actions such as: gluing, cutting (if they’re 3+), holding a pencil, manipulating modeling clay, painting and more! 

Let’s start!

1- Shapes worksheet


Materials:
 

– Construction paper 
– Scissors
– A white sheet of paper 
– A pen or marker

Steps:

1. Start by drawing the shapes that you prefer on the blank sheet of paper. I chose a different color for each shape, so that my daughter could also practice the colors.


2. Draw the same shapes on the colored papers. Make sure they’re the same colors you used on the white sheet.


3. Cut the colored shapes. 


4. Have your toddler glue the shapes and ask him to match them. 




2. Vowel worksheet

I know, “B as an bear, T as n tree, what do you mean vowels?” Well, since my first language is Spanish and we only speak Spanish at home, I also teach my daughter words in Spanish. Therefore, these vowels are from Spanish vocabulary.
A as an Arbol (Tree), E as an Elefante, (Elephant). I as an Iguana, (same in English) O as an Oso (Bear) and U as an Uvas (Grapes).  

Materials:
– A white sheet of paper
– Scissors 
– Glue 
– Drawings or magazine cut out items. 

I had to draw these two because I didn’t find anything at home. 

3. Cotton Craft

This one is perfect to teach kids both the weather and colors, and why not? Animals too. So, I chose the sun, the sky and a sheep.

Materials: 
– Cotton 
– Glue
– A white sheet of paper
– 1/4 cup of water
– Pants and a pencil or maker. 

Steps: 

1- In a white sheet of paper, draw the sun, the sky and sheep.

2-  Paint cottons. If you don’t want to go through the process of painting cottons, then you can buy colorful cottons. However, they love painting them and this is usually their favorite step. 

2. Apply glue inside of drawings and stick cottons. 

4. Pin the wings on the butterfly 

Materials:
2 white sheets of paper 
– Scissors 
– Glue
– Modeling clay
-Colored pens or markers

Steps:

1- Draw a butterfly trunk. On a separate sheet of paper draw the wings and then cut them. 

2. Ask your toddler to glue and stick them.


3. Have your toddler decorate it. This one’s about to make of it a masterpiece art! 

5. Numbers worksheet 

Materials: 
– Pen 
– White sheet of paper 
– Construction paper
– Scissors
– Glue

Steps: 

1. On a white sheet of paper, draw as many circles (numbers) as you want, in this case we only did five because my daughter’s two. 

2. Write a number on each circle. 

3. Use the construction paper to draw the same amount of circles you drew on the blank sheet and write a number in the middle of each circle as well. 

4. Have your toddler match the numbers. 

6. Comparing size: Big and Small worksheet.

Materials: 
– A white sheet of paper
– A yellow marker
– Glitter 
– Glue

Steps: 

1. Draw four stars.

2. Ask your toddler which does he think is the smallest.


3. Decorate with glitter.

7. Identifying letters worksheet

Learning the ABC’S was never easier! We’re lucky her name’s Agatha, so she says “A as annn…. Me! Agatha!” And she’s starting to identify this letter. If your child’s name doesn’t start by any of these 3, then I suggest you to find an item or fruit he likes. It could be a teddy bear, to learn the letter B, a Cat, an apple, etc! 

Materials: 

– A white sheet of paper
– A pen or marker 
– Pom-poms 
– Glue 

Steps: Just as the stars one, have your toddler identify and decorate the letter A. 

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