Camping Preschool Printables

If you’re looking for some super fun camping preschool printables, you’re going to love these!

We’ve been camping a lot this summer and it’s been nice to completely unplug on the weekends. To keep the fun going, you can bring camping in your school with these fun camping preschool printables.

If your child loves this summer activity, check out our list of Summer Worksheets for Kids for more.

We love hanging out around the fire and roasting marshmallows, the best thing is that we’re spending time together away from our devices.

It’s so easy to feel tethered to some piece of electronics during the weekday so I’m glad that we’re able to hit pause to take a break from it all.

My kids love being outdoors and this camping printable will get your kids excited about their next camping trip whether you’re heading to the campgrounds or sleeping in the backyard.

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Camping Preschool Printables

Using these camping printables are a great way to get the kids excited about going camping and wanting to explore further in the outdoors. I love showing them an activity that I grew up loving in hopes that this is one that they’re going to love, too!

Looking for more camping-themed printables? Check out these Camping Tracing Worksheets that your preschooler will love!

The Camping Preschool Printables include:

  • 2 pages of 3 part cards
  • 1 page of addition math questions
  • 1 page of subtraction math questions
  • 3 dot coloring pages
  • 2 writing pages
  • 1 patterning page
  • 1 tracing page
  • plus 1 cutting practice page

It gives you a nice variety of activities to complete with your child and changes things up for kiddies who don’t like to focus on one activity for too long.

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Recommended Camping Books to Read with your Children

To extend this activity, you can read these wonderful camping books to your preschooler, add in some camping crafts and you’ll be golden.

You can even take a lot of these books camping right along with you and the kids, when you plan your next camping trip! There are so many ways to have reading become a huge part of your life and learning. These are just a few of our favorite camping books that are fun to snuggle up with and enjoy together.

 Goodnight, Campsite: (A children’s Book on Camping Featuring RVs, Travel Trailers, Fifth-Wheels, Pop-UPs and Other Camper Options.) Curious George Goes Camping Just Me and My Dad (Little Critter) S Is for S’mores: A Camping Alphabet (Alphabet Books)

Roast some marshmallows in the backyard if you can’t get away to the campgrounds. If you can, have your child plan their trip with you and pack their own supplies. Study the vegetation and wildlife you may run into on your trip.

If you happen to have older aged children as well, you can easily study some of the state parks in your area to learn more about camping options, too. It’s fun to also plan a fun adventure where you can pack up the tent and go camping!

camping preschool printables

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Did you like these camping preschool activities? Get even more activities with the Little Learners Print & Go Activity Kit: Camping.

More camping ideas

You can also grab my Camping Writing Worksheets at My Joy-Filled Life.

For more camping ideas, see the amazing posts from these bloggers to create your own camping unit study.

Books about Camping for Kids from Look! We’re Learning!
Camping Activities for Kids from iGameMom
Create a Camping Craft with Shape Exploration from Play Dough & Popsicles
Camping Packing List from FrogMom
Fun Camping Ideas that Boost STEM Skills from Schooling a Monkey

Other Camping Worksheets for Preschoolers to Enjoy

Camping I Spy Printables


  1. We homeschool our son and until I read this article I had no ideas as to what to research for him before our road and camping trip. Now I have a bunch of ideas for projects and work for him that he will enjoy, thank you!

    1. Yeah! I’m glad it was helpful.

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