Welcome to my alphabet printables page!
Here you will find ways to teach your child the letters of the alphabet, how to create letters, and beginning reading activities.
You will find my Teacher’s Pay Teacher’s activities as well as my FREE teaching resources.
If you take any pictures of your child doing these activities, don’t forget to tag me on Instagram! I love seeing my resources being used to help teach your little ones.
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Teacher’s Pay Teacher’s Resources
Practice upper and lower case letter recognition with this color-matching find and cover activity.
Create the letters of the alphabet using LEGO’s! You can use any size legos for letters A-Z!
Work on upper and lower case letter recognition with this alphabet art activity!
Build each letter of the alphabet using popsicle sticks! Count how many popsicle sticks it took to make each letter.
Free Alphabet Resources
Find each letter of the alphabet by coloring! Letters A-Z are available.
Practice writing skills or build letters using craft supplies to create each letter of the alphabet.
Make each letter of the alphabet using dot markers. Then, paint each specific letter to work on letter recognition.
Print and tape this printable on a flat surface. In a plastic bag, add hair gel, 1/4 cup of water, stars, and black food coloring. Tape it on top of the printable. Have the kids slide their hands on the bag to find letters!
Create a fun letter B letter collage by painting with bugs.
Rainbow letter mats with letters A-Z upper and lower case
Create a sensory bin to practice letters! Print my letter mat and have the kids match up the letters.
Teacher’s Pay Teacher’s Resource
Color the objects that start with each letter of the alphabet. A great activity to work on beginning sounds.
Free Reading Resources
Cut out the images and paste them next to the correct beginning sounds.
Cut out the pieces and have your kids place the matching letters up with the pictures of the beginning sounds.
Print and cut the images in half. Tape them to popsicle sticks! Write the letters of the alphabet on the bottom of the popsicle sticks. Have the kids match up the upper and lower case letters to make the picture.
Work on ending word sounds by using letters. Review each letter of the word to work on phonics and reading skills.
Practice beginning sounds by identifying the picture. Then, have the kids place the letter of the word in the box and say the sounds of each letter.
Work on rhyming skills by printing off the pictures and taping them to paper plates. Then, cut the plates in half and have them the correct rhyming words up.
Print off the mats and tape them to a piece of cardboard. Then, use clothespins to have the kids identify the objects that start with that letter.
Have the kids say each object’s name, identify the beginning sound then create a word! Then, have them read the word!
Use small cups to work on beginning sounds. Write the letters of the alphabet at the bottom of each cup. Have the kids say what each picture is, then place the correct cup on each picture.
Print off my sheet and tape it to a baking sheet. Have the kids use magnetic letters to place the correct beginning sound letter on each picture.
Print these images off and tape them to a paper plate. Write the letters of the alphabet on the other side. Have the kids match up the pictures with the letter.
Work on rhyming words with these 7 worksheets! Also, work on coloring, painting, and cut and paste skills.
Sight word do-a-dot pack with 9 words included. Find each word and use dot markers to paint each one. Review the other words on the sheet as well!
Kindergarten sight word pack with 9 worksheets. Find each word and use dot markers to paint each one. Review the other words on the sheet as well!