Preschoolers are little sponges ready to experience and explore everything. And, that includes jumping into the early literacy pool of letters and sounds. These alphabet activities for preschoolers are hands-on and playful which is the absolute best way to learn.
Preschool Alphabet Activities
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Letter Identification Activities
Build fine motor skills and letter recognition with these alphabet play dough mats. Laminate them and then can be used over and over again.
A simple but well-done alphabet chart provides countless activities to practice those 26 uppercase and 26 lowercase letters. Our free printable ABC chart also comes with six ideas to use it.
We all remember playing BINGO. But, have you ever played alphabet bingo? We have sets for just about every holiday. They are perfect for class parties. Holiday Alphabet Bingo (free printables for Halloween, Christmas, Valentine’s Day, and Summer)
Race to the coconut tree with this alphabet game. It’s a fun Chicka Chicka Boom Boom activity.
Uppercase and Lowercase Matching Activities
What goes with peanut butter? Jelly of course. Match these peanut butter and jelly sandwiches together with this alphabet matching activity. It even has a layer to work on beginning sounds.
This rainbow themed matching activity is fun to pair with any rainbow themed book.
Beginning Sound Activities
Beginning sounds bingo is fun to play in small groups or with your whole class.
Song is a wonderful way work on beginning sounds. Get your shark teeth ready to bite into these sharky letter sounds.
And for even more great songs and early literacy activities, check out our Circle Time Songs and Chants Vol. 1 and Vol. 2.
Books are a fun way to practice letter recognition and building vocabulary. There is an ABC book on just about every topic from firefighters to quilts.
Check out our list of 26 Alphabet Books for Kids.
Happy alphabet learning!
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