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Check out an awesome robot craft for kids! Print out your robot pieces for FREE! Build fine motor skills and get creative! Robot Craft for Kids | Robot Theme | Preschool Robot Craft | Free Printable Craft | Robot Activity | Preschool Crafts
Gabriella Corte saved to Robot Themed Week
Print out and send home this simple measurement math tray for preschool and kindergarten. Use it for your math center or distance learning.
Jamery Hasan saved to Learning math
These colorful robot needs help finding all their parts! Students use colorful pom-poms to match the dots on each robot. Students will build stronger small motor muscles
Kassidy O’Neil saved to Robot Week
In this robot craft and STEM activity, children will color a free printable robot and turn it into a gliding robot toy. This fun activity combines creativity with scientific thinking. Follow our Free Printables Pinterest board! We have been having all kinds of robot-themed fun in my kindergarten enrichment class! The kids loved our latest activity- …
RebeccaXD saved to moving up robot
What is a tinker? The short answer is YOU! A tinker is someone who makes things and finds solutions to everyday problems. This simple DIY activity will help you create fun and customizeable trays that get your little builder tinkering in no time... no matter the weather!
Emory Shelton saved to therapy ideas
So far this has been the most loved printable craft I've made for my boys. There were actually tears the first night over who got to sleep with the blocks before I had a chance to print off a second set. Who knew that a set of printable robot blocks could be so loved?
Amy Fisher saved to kids craft
Cute, FREE Printable Robot Worksheets to practice math & literacy while having fun with robot activity sheets for preschool and kindergarten.
Sandy Elson saved to school
Make your own super cool pool noodle robot that draws across the page using a few simple supplies. Fun STEM activity for kids.
Nicole Calkins saved to Daisies
A fun way to learn about shapes and building! Great for fine motor skills in preschoolers, toddlers, and elementary aged children.
Sarah saved to Robots Activities