Gingerbread Letter Recognition Task Cards
Task cards are a simple tool to add to any center because they are small enough to fit in photo boxes and store in small cabinets. They provide kids with fun, themed, hands-on learning opportunities they can do independently.
These free printable letter recognition task cards have a gingerbread theme that is sure to engage the kids in lots of fun letter learning practice this winter. The gingerbread theme makes them perfect for your holiday literacy centers!
Gingerbread Alphabet Activity
Setting up this alphabet activity for your students is simple. All you have to do is print the templates and cut the cards apart. Then, grab your favorite manipulatives (mini erasers, counters, cubes, etc). Laminate them for extra durability.
If you laminate them, students can cover their spaces with a dry-erase marker, wipe them off, and the next child can use them.
Adding these to centers gives students plenty of hands-on learning for the winter.
You will save so much time planning lots of fun alphabet learning for your students!
Setting Up the Gingerbread Alphabet Letter Identification Task Cards
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- Gingerbread Alphabet Letter Recognition Task Cards (button to get them at the bottom of this post)
- Mini erasers or snap cubes (Target always has cute holiday themed mini erasers)
- Scissors to cut out the cards
- Laminator and laminating pages (optional)
- Print the cards.
- Laminate the cards.
- Cut the cards apart.
- Gather manipulatives.
- Store the entire activity in a large baggie or these task card boxes.
For extra durability, cut the cards apart, laminate them individually, and then cut them out again so the lamination doesn’t separate.
Differentiating the Alphabet Letter Recognition Activity
Students will take an alphabet task card and look at the uppercase and lowercase letters at the top of the card on the gumdrop.
Then, they will try to find uppercase and lowercase versions of that letter around the card. Each card has two uppercase versions of the letter and two lowercase versions. So, students will need to cover four letters per card.
You can differentiate this activity by choosing letters your students are learning or letters they already know. You can also choose the number of letters your students will work on at a time.
Have them practice writing the letters on lined paper once they find them for extra handwriting time.
Students can work on the cards independently or with partners. They can be used during centers, soft start morning routines, and small groups.
Hands-on Alphabet Practice
The kids will have fun engaging with letters and practicing letter identification.
Use these gingerbread alphabet task cards for:
- Morning routines
- Literacy centers
- Early finishers
- Tutoring resources
- Small group activity
- At home practice
These gingerbread theme letter recognition task cards are fun, easy to prep, and have many educational and fine motor benefits.
Don’t stress about teaching the alphabet to your students. Add these alphabet task cards to your plans to make learning letters an engaging, hands-on experience this winter!
Click the button below to get the Gingerbread Theme Alphabet Letter Recognition Task Cards and incorporate them into your lesson plans!