Diagrams & Schematics: Free Preschool Printable Book!

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I remember when we used to recycle and throw things away. Now, anytime you even hint at “getting rid” of something, E chimes in and finds a use for it. Last night, he even said, “You can put that on my making table.” That surely is a good name for what that table has become!

Likely influenced by Phineas & Ferb, he really likes to have diagrams and “plans” to go from when making his robots, cars, and other devices. Sometimes he draws them himself, but he also likes us to print them too! Inspired by his desire to have a robot diagram, I thought I’d create a free preschool printable to share with everyone!

Free schematics and diagrams preschool printable book!

This Free Pretend Play & STEAM Diagrams & Schematics Printable Book is a fun starter for pretend play (hello, job foreman!) or, like for my boy, the plans that will (somehow) determine out which empty tissue box and Ovaltine container should be taped together.

I especially love anything that can be printed in black and white! I have three versions to offer, so print whatever is best for you.

All of the images in this printable are in the public domain, but links to each are below each image so you can learn more. Thanks for sharing a story or picture of how your kid enjoys these on my Facebook page, or with a mention on Twitter, Pinterest or Instagram! (@smarteparte)

Feel free to share or pin this post, but please do not link directly to the downloadable links above. Thank you!

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Pretend play and STEAM free preschool printable!

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