Fun and hands-on Letter Activities for Preschoolers and Kindergarten! I’m all about making learning fun, engaging, and hands-on! Our Learning Letters Hands-on Letter Activities Binder includes 6 amazing activities that can be used in so many different ways. These activities are great for preschool, pre-k, kindergarten, and RTI. This set includes letter recognition activities, letter identification activities, letter-sound correspondence, and writing.
There are six activities per letter included to reinforce these reading readiness skills. I included hands-on materials to engage children and help make it fun! You can use glass jewels, pom poms, snap cubes, bingo chips, play dough, mini erasers and white board markers!
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Our Letter Activities for Preschoolers and Kindergarten Binder was designed to help children learn letters before starting kindergarten, but the materials also work well for kindergarten and first grade intervention. It corresponds to Common Core Standards RF.K.1.D, RF.K.3.A and LK.1.A as children identify and name upper- and lowercase letters and letter-sound correspondence, identify initial sounds, and write upper- and lowercase letters.
This product includes:
- 161 pages total (6 activities per letter)
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- Letter Search & Match
- Letter Mazes
- Play Dough Letter Fun
- Read-It, Find-It, Write-It
- Letter Write and Wipe
- Letter Check
The prep is easy! Simply print this activity, laminate or place in page protectors, then gather glass jewels, pom poms, and whiteboard markers. It’s that easy!
A look at the Letter Activities for Preschoolers Learning Letters Binder:
Letter A Activities
1. Letter Search and Match
This is one of my favorite activities for introducing letters. You can use glass jewels, pom poms, snap cubes, mini erasers, or anything else to cover the matching letters. It also introduces beginning sounds using the pictures at the bottom of each page.
2. Letter Mazes
Mazes are always a popular activity. Children will use pom poms, snap cubes, or something similar to find their way through the maze. This is a great activity for letter recognition and letter identification. It also works on uppercase letters and lowercase letters.
3. Play Dough Letter Fun
Every child I have ever met LOVES play dough. This letter activities binder had to use play dough in some way. This activity focuses on introducing letter formation. Children will roll the play dough into a ‘snake’ to form the letter. They will then trace the letters at the bottom.
4. Letter Read It – Find It – Write It
Now that the first three activities have introduced the letter, this activity starts to distinguish between uppercase and lowercase letters more. Children start by reading the letters and saying their sound. They then find the uppercase and lowercase letters, followed by writing.
5. Letter Write and Wipe
When children first start to write, they tend to write letters HUGE. This activity helps them to write letters in 3 different sizes. This helps children to begin writing their letters smaller. Then, children will identify the pictures that start with the same letter and circle them.
6. Letter Check
The first five activities in this set focus on letter identification, letter sound correspondence, and writing. This final activity for each letter makes sure children have mastered the letter before you move on to the next one. This is a combination of activities 1-5. Children will read the letters, write uppercase and lowercase, and identify the pictures that start with the same sound.
A Few Letter C Activities
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