Showing posts with label letter resources. Show all posts
Showing posts with label letter resources. Show all posts

Letter C Preschool Worksheets

Letter Recognition worksheets are a great way for preschoolers to practice their abc. 

As my youngest is eager to learn and excited for kindergarten in the fall I started making her these letter worksheets. I wanted to share them all with you as a free resource. Print as many as you like;  you can use them in a classroom setting, share with a friend, or just print one to use with your little one at home.

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You can have your little learner circle with a crayon or marker, or use a bingo marker for a little extra fun.  

Keep checking back as I have so many of these fun alphabet worksheets to share with you. Below you can find more resources for preschoolers.

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Apple Dot a Dot Printable

I have been busy making so many fun things to keep Harper busy with her letters and hopefully avoid the dreaded summer slump. To go with our letter recognition sheet and coloring page for the letter A, I made a super simple and cute dot a dot.

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These are perfect for little hands! You will need bingo markers for this easy activity. If this is your first time with do a dot worksheets, the idea is simple. Have your child place a "dot" with the bingo marker in the circles.  Allow to dry, and display!

While this is such a simple activity, kids LOVE it. When I help at preschool and we work on a do a dots, all of the kids are totally enthralled the entire time.

More Preschool Resources for the Letter A

Letter A Preschool Worksheet

Print this easy letter A worksheet for your preschooler. It is simple, free and a good resource to add to your printable files.

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There are so many ways to work on letter recognition with your preschooler. From easy worksheets like these ones, to handing over an old word search or newspaper and asking your preschooler to find certain letters.Harper also love to practice tracing the letters with a highlighter. 

This worksheet is so easy! We prefer to use bingo markers on these, but if you don't have one, circling with crayons is fine too!

More Letter A Resources for Preschoolers

Print as many of these as you need for your classroom, or add them to your homeschool files. I would LOVE it if you pin this worksheet to your preschool board or share it with a friend.