Bracket Challenge: Preschool Edition

It’s time for the tournament. March Madness. The Big Dance.

This year, you can get the kids in on the fun with their own March Madness bracket challenge! I designed it with toddlers and preschoolers in mind.

Here’s how it works:

There are 4 categories: Physical, Literacy, Math & Art. Kids can do each activity in the Sweet 16, and their favorite activity in each matchup moves forward in the “tournament.” The winners then go head to head with other winners, and eventually the kids will determine their favorite activity of the whole March Madness.

You can download the bracket for free, and I’ve got links to letter and number tracing sheets, pattern sheets and an upper & lowercase letter matching game as well.

 
It’s a great chance for kids to get a little exercise, practice their motor and math skills and have some fun. And just like many of us, they don’t need to know a thing about basketball to join in!

Kids March Madness Bracket

Tracing ABCs

Tracing Numbers

Pattern Sheet

Matching Upper & Lower Case Letters

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Author: minivancommuter

Alise McGregor is a working mom with two girls. As the founder of Little Newtons, she's passionate about making education the primary focus of child care.

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