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Lemonade Activities for Preschoolers

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If you’re looking for lemonade activities for preschoolers, you’ve come to the right place.

I’ve compiled my favorite lemonade printables, ideas, and lemonade crafts for preschool learners in one place for your summer learning.

Keep reading to discover free lemonade worksheets and more pre-k resources about lemonade for a fun summer theme.

lemonade activities for preschoolers

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Lemonade Themed Books for Kids

Reading aloud to kids is a great way to introduce all kinds of new topics and ideas. Plus, it’s the perfect way to help your kids develop print awareness, expand their vocabularies, and build important early literacy skills for preschool and kindergarten.

Check out my favorite lemonade theme picture books for kids to get started:

Lemonade Crafts for Preschoolers

Lemonade crafts for preschool learners always turn out so cute. Here are some of my favorite crafts about lemonade.

How to Make Lemonade Activity

Grab your lemon wedges, pitcher, a couple of ice cubes, and straws for a lemonade recipe you won’t want to miss.

Not only is this a great way to introduce how to writing to your kindergarten or preschool learners, it’s also a fantastic way to strengthen fine motor skills.

Gather your preschool learners and discuss the instructions on how to make lemonade. Then create lemonade step by step with your class! 

how to make lemonade activity

When you’re done, be sure you do a taste test and graph who likes or doesn’t like lemonade. You could even add different flavors and see if your students like regular lemonade or strawberry lemonade better.

After your taste test, have your students color and complete the lemonade sequencing activity for review.

Don’t forget to have them create a lemonade cut and paste craft with this printable pack for your next summer bulletin board too. It’s an adorable way to show what you’ve learned in a hands-on way.

Fun Lemonade Activities for Preschoolers

You can’t have summer fun without lemonade. Here are a few more easy lemonade activities to do with kids on a hot day.

Lemonade Stand Dramatic Play Center

A lemonade stand is a great way to encourage imagination while your kids work on math skills using pretend lemonade.

Whether they take their new business venture to the end of the drive way, or simply set it up in your kindergarten classroom, this dramatic play center is sure to be a hit.

Here are some ingredients and supplies you may need:

  1. Lemonade stand
  2. Fresh lemons or pretend lemon slices
  3. Strawberries and limes (for different kinds of lemonade)
  4. Straws
  5. A large pitcher
  6. Ice Cubes
  7. Cups of water
  8. Yellow decorations
  9. Sugar

After you’ve gathered your supplies, have your kids create a menu full of prices and items to be sold at their lemonade stand.

It’s the perfect way to add in some educational activities and extra writing practice into a fun learning center.

Free Lemonade Activity

Practice counting this summer using my free lemonade counting ice cube printable. It’s the perfect way to learn numbers without all the mess of making lemonade.

lemonade activities for preschoolers

This engaging numeracy activity for preschoolers will teach ten frames, one-to-one correspondence, fine motor skills practice, and number identification.

Have your preschool students count the number of ice cubes on each ten frames. Then, color the matching number on their matching count the cubes lemonade worksheet.

Summing up Lemonade Activities for Preschoolers

What’s your favorite way to beat the heat over summer break? Will you be creating your very own lemonade stand or grabbing any of my lemonade activities for your kindergarten or preschool learners? 

Leave a comment below and let me know your favorite lemonade printables I’ve listed above and if there are any fun lemonade crafts or activities I’ve missed.

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