Alphabet Worksheets and Cards (Free)
Our Alphabet Packet has had a huge update! It is currently FREE to download!
This 50-page packet has a number of alphabet worksheets and activities for helping your preschooler to recognize, read, and write letters of the alphabet. This fun packet includes:
- tracing pages,
- matching (the letter with a picture that starts with that letter of the alphabet),
- alphabet mazes,
- identify the letters,
- letter graphing
Use the colorful alphabet cards for scavenger hunts and matching games. Match the upper and lower case letter and/or match the letter/s with the picture that starts with this letter… from ant and bat to yarn and zebra!
This is currently FREE to download! Enjoy! ~Liesl
You can use the alphabet mats for all kinds of activities!
- Color the page with crayons or markers
- Use do-a-dot (bingo) markers (affiliate link) to decorate the upper and lower case letter
- Roll out play dough to form the letters
- Use Q-tips and paint to decorate the letter
- Place mini-erasers, beans, tiles or other small manipulatives within the letter
- Glue on Beads
- Fold Pipe Cleaners to that shape
- Decorate with stickers (like stars or dots)
- Glue on Pom-Poms
- Cooked Spaghetti
Hands-On Alphabet Ideas: When my kids were little, we actually did a lot of hands-on, fun activities for learning the letters and letter sounds. Be sure to check out this post! Preschool at Home: Alphabet Activities
Visit this post, Teach Your Child to Read, for fun ideas that help your child learn to read as well as some of the readers my kids used… Funny enough, my three kids all gravitated towards different sets! LD really liked the Bob books, DD loved Animal Antics, and ED read through the entire set of Sam readers!!
Here are some other blend materials I’ve made: L-blends such as BL, CL, FL, GL and PL
- S-Blend Activities and Games Packet (sc sk sl sm sn sp st and sw)
Here are some other printables on our blog that might be of interest:
Then we regularly brought out the vertebrate-invertebrate sorting cards (which are included in our Animal Packet). The kids would separate these into the right categories. (First, working on vertebrates and invertebrates… then moving on to the 5 animal groups).
Once the kids were a bit older (age 5 to 8 or so), we began to talk about the different animal characteristics. We also spent time talking about the different invertebrate groups. This packet has a number of pages on animal body coverings (feathers, fur, scales and skin). Plus, we did activities about domesticate vs. wild animals, animals tracks and more. You can find more about our Animal Packet here:
And another activity we did was talking about Animals around the World.
Here are a couple of science units we did when the kids were younger:
You might be interested in these related posts:
FREE beginning Reader Worksheet Pack to Accompany the Bob Books . These go with Bob Books Set 1, (affiliate link)
When your child is a little farther along, we have a number of spelling sorts and games:
If you have a dinosaur lover, they might have fun with the activities included in our Dinosaur Packet (for ages 3-7):
The kids also played a lot of Dino Math Tracks when they were little. We played this a lot with all three kids… and it helped introduce the idea of place value. You can find out more about it here: Dino Math Tracks Game (affiliate link)
One last thing, when my kids were younger, they really loved making snake and lizards out of pony beads. There are instructions at this post: How to Make Pony-Bead Snakes and Lizards
Disclosure: Please note that some of the links above are affiliate links, and at no additional cost to you, I will earn a commission if you decide to make a purchase.
Other related posts you might be interested in:
- A Huge List of Activities to do with your preschooler (100+ Activities) A free printable:
- Preschool at Home: Activities you can do with your 2-4 Year Olds, Fine Motor Skills
- Preschool at Home: Learning Letters
- Preschool at Home: Alphabet Activities
- Felt Play: Make your own Felt Board
- Preschool at Home: Handwriting
- Preschool at Home: Science for 2-4 Year Olds
- Preschool Montessori: Vertebrate and Invertebrate Study and Free Cards
- Preschool at Home: A Few Math Ideas for the 2 1/2-3 year old crowd
- Preschool Math Activities (K4) Montessori Math and More
- Preschool at Home: Lapbooks
- You might also be interested in the post: Homeschool Preschool Year in Review which was a recap of many of our preschool activities this past year.
- Preschool Geography: Activities for learning about where we live in the world, Montessori world map work and more
- Preschool Geography: Maps and More
- The Seven Continents and World Landmarks
- If your child knows their letter sounds, they may be ready to learn to read. Visit this post, Teach Your Child to Read, for fun ideas that help your child learn to read!
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