Head back to school with these hands-on, fun, and interactive letter recognition activities. Toddlers and preschoolers will have fun learning the 26 uppercase and 26 lowercase letters of the alphabet. Learning your ABCs has never been so fun!
Alphabet Recognition Resources
These are good resource tools to have at the start of the beginning year.
I’ll start with my free printable alphabet cards. These are perfect for hanging in your learning space as the students return. I like to hang them at the eye level of the students. You can also laminate them and place them in a work station or center.—> Printable ABC Cards
Another resource that I like to have at a student’s desk, in our whole group meeting area, and at our small group work table is an ABC chart. And, I have a free one for you to download plus six ideas on how to use it.—> ABC Chart Printable
Letter Recognition Ideas for Kids
Try these back-to-school-themed alphabet ideas to help children work on letter recognition.
Students can make their own back-to-school ABC books with this free resource from Teaching Mama. Students work on letter recognition and handwriting.—-> Back to School Book
Let’s go to letter school with this song and learning activities. Take the letters to school!—> ABC Learning Song
Play memory or make a sensory bin with these school bus ABC cards from The Kindergarten Connection.—> Bus ABC Printable
Try these pencil alphabet puzzles that work well as a small group or individual activity. Fun Learning for Kids brings us this idea—> Pencil Puzzles
Itsy Bitsy Fun has some printable alphabet dot-to-dot sheets that also build fine motor skills.—>Dot to Dot Sheets
Enjoy this letter-matching idea with backpacks and paper from ABCs to ACTs.—> Backpack Letter Match
ABCs of Literacy shares a search and find fun for the first days of school.—>Back to School Letter Search
Back to school means that fall is around the corner. And, I have lots of alphabet ideas to take you right into fall.—> Fall Alphabet Ideas