Jack and the Beanstalk Activity Printables

Jack and the Beanstalk Printables

These free Jack and the Beanstalk printables are super easy to print and color. Simply download and print the activity sheets for hours of learning fun!

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Jack and the Beanstalk Activity Printables:

Each of these free work sheets can be saved directly to your computer by right clicking on the image and selecting “save”. Or you can download the complete printable package of PDF files using the link at the bottom of the post. For personal use only.

Jack and the Beanstalk Printables

I have included seven awesome printable beanstalk activities that are a great way for young children to explore the Jack and the Beanstalk fairy tales. We love using these free printables along side reading the story of jack.

These free resources would be great to use as preschool activities during pre K class. They can really be used at any grade level but are especially great for younger children in the first grade.

Jack and the Beanstalk Printables

These are perfect for school aged children but could also be used for preschoolers with a little help with the reading. Add them to lesson plans that involve reading the beanstalk story.

It would be fun to have children cut out this build a giant printable to create a 3D Giant art project with. Mount the pieces on construction paper and use push pins in the arms and legs so that they move in a fun way.

Jack and the Beanstalk Printables

These printable worksheets are the perfect way to help young kids with fine motor skills. Help Jack get to the giant’s castle by coloring the magic beanstalk.

The printable pdfs are a fun idea to use in the classroom or with the whole family! These beanstalk worksheets make great literacy activities to explore this classic fairy tale with.

Fun ways to use free printables:

  • Create a coloring and activity book 
  • Paint the printable, frame it and give to a friend
  • Complete the activities at the beginning of a new school year
  • Print the activity sheets and laminate them so that they can be reused
  • Use them as a fun activity for new students
Jack and the Beanstalk Printables

It’s easy to download, print and color each of these free Jack and the Beanstalk pages. This fun worksheet could be cut out and glued to construction paper to make it more durable poster to create classroom displays with. 

The Jack and the Beanstalk Maze, Vocabulary Sheet and Word Search are great hands on activities that is sure to keep older kids engaged as well. The emergent reader can use the word bank to practise vocabulary words with.

Jack and the Beanstalk Printables

Have children color in Jack climbing up to the top of the beanstalk. The best part is that this printable pack is full of great ideas for any skill level.

These fairy tale activities are perfect for literacy centers with a Jack and the Beanstalk unit. Each printable page is full of fun Jack story book activities.

Jack and the Beanstalk Printables

After reading the beanstalk books, children can use the descriptive words to help describe Jack’s character. These printable jack activities are great for older children but could be used with little hands and young readers.

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