These alphabet printables and activities are perfect for preschool and kindergarten students. They cover letter recognition, letter sounds and more! With over 300 pages of printable alphabet activities, this printable pack is sure to keep the kids engaged!
Are you looking for alphabet printables that are both fun and effective for kids? Then you have come to the right place! I wanted to develop a fun set of hands-on printables that would be great for pre-k and kindergarten students to use to learn the alphabet. And they also had to be activities that would be simple and easy for teachers and parents to set up and use.
Alphabet Printables and Activities
These printable alphabet activities would be great to use in alphabet or literacy centers in the classroom as well as at home with parents. Save time prepping and planning fun ways to teach the alphabet. These alphabet printables and activities are going to make it so much easier on you!
My kids really enjoy these Spot the Letter Mats. Children will search the mat for objects that start with the letter in the middle of the mat. Slip in dry-erase sleeves and mark objects with dry-erase marker. Or laminate and mark with pom poms, craft gems or other small objects.
These Beginning Sounds Clip Wheels develop fine motor skills while teaching the children to identify beginning letter sounds. Each wheel includes 4 objects that correspond to the letter in the middle. Children will mark the correct pictures with clothespins.
This Beginning Sounds Mazes are a fun way to learn letter sounds! These bright and colorful mazes are visually engaging and great for developing visual tracking skills which are also necessary for reading.
These Alphabet Mini Books were a labor of love for me. They were quite time-consuming to make, but my kids love making mini books! They are different from my usual printable because they are in black and white, but I love that they are interactive and my kids enjoy coloring in all of the pictures.
I have includes two whole pages for each letter. Use only the first page for younger children and then add in the second page for older or more advanced learners.
Even if you aren’t sure your kids will enjoy them, I encourage you to give them a shot. My son is a very reluctant reader and writer, but if you put something in a mini book format that he can color and put together himself, he is much more engaged and willing to participate in the activity. He loves these books!
Printable Beginning Sounds Alphabet Activities
Play a fun game of Alphabet Bingo! I included a letter version and a beginning sounds version so this is great for kids at varying levels of ability. To start, children can match lowercase to lowercase and then lowercase to uppercase and eventually move on to matching letters to beginning sounds. Mix and match all of the pieces as you see fit.
Do you kids like doing puzzles? Then they will enjoy these uppercase and lowercase letter puzzles!
These Beginning Sounds Sorting Mats are perfect for literacy centers or homeschooling! Use one mat to sort letters and corresponding sounds.
These Alphabet Play Dough Mats make learning the alphabet hands-on and fun! Trace the letters with play dough and then find the pictures that start with that sound.
Look at the pictures on the mat and match the corresponding letter bead to each picture. These Beginning Sounds I Spy Mats make learning the alphabet hands-on and engaging!
These Beginning Sounds Puzzles are perfect for kids who love to do puzzles. Forget the flash cards and give these puzzles a go instead!
Hands-On Alphabet Printables
If your kids like to color, than they will LOVE this Color by Letter activity. This is great for developing pencil control and fine motor skills too.
This Alphabet Dominoes game is a fun way to play and learn the alphabet. Or use this board game to learn the alphabet!
These classic alphabet clip cards come in two different versions. Match uppercase letters to the corresponding lowercase match or match a beginning sound picture to the corresponding letter.
These dot the letter mazes are always a hit with my kids! Use Do-a-Dot markers to mark each letter or use small objects like craft pom poms of craft gems if you would like to reuse them again and again.
One of my kids favorite activities is this Roll and Dot the Letter activity. Make alphabet dice with small foam cubes and a permanent marker. Then roll the dice and mark the letter. If you want to make this reusable you can laminate and use small objects to mark the letters. You can even make it a game… The first person to get 5 letters in a row, wins!
*Note: Several of the activities do not include “X” because there aren’t enough beginning sounds pics. I could have included pics with the “X” ending sound such as “ax” and “box,” but I decided that this would be too confusing for young children when all of the other pictures have the letter sound at the beginning.
Get the Alphabet Printable Pack
My hope is that these alphabet printables and activities will lead to lots of fun and learning for your kids!
If you buy this pack, you will have a bunch of pre-planned alphabet activities and games for your kids or students to enjoy! This will require little prep from you. Just print, cut and laminate (if you would like).
I even made many of the printables in a way that would limit the amount of cuts you need to make. All in an effort to make this as quick and easy as possible for you!
I hope you and your kids enjoy it!
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