This is a list of the best preschool alphabet activities we’ve done! They are all fun, hands-on ways to teach the alphabet and letter sounds! My son enjoyed all of these fun, active and hands-on letter learning activities.
I love that there are an infinite amount of ways to teach the alphabet to preschoolers and kindergarteners. We have done tons of active and hands-on letter learning activities and we’re still finding new ones to do all the time.
I even have lots of hands-on and engaging alphabet printables that your kids will love too!
So stay tuned for even more alphabet activities that will engage your kids and make learning and teaching the alphabet fun!
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Alphabet Activities for Kids and Preschoolers
Since I have so many preschool alphabet activities on my blog and I am going to be adding even more, I made this page to keep all the posts together and easy to access for my readers. I will continue to add my new activities to this page, so you can always come back and find them here.
I hope this will be a huge resource for you! Make sure you pin or bookmark this page, so you can revisit as needed and see everything new that I’ve added.
Don’t forget to check out my alphabet Pinterest board. I pin all kinds of fantastic, hands-on ideas there. I also have tons of preschool learning activities of all kinds on my activities for preschoolers board.
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Looking for alphabet printables? Check out this post to find some, along with a bunch of other hands-on activities.