Alphabet Activities | Letter Collage Sheets | Editable ABC Activity Pages

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PreK - K, Homeschool
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  1. Teach the letters of the alphabet with a variety of hands-on activities. This money-saving bundle contains 9 of my popular alphabet activity resources. Whether you use a letter of the week or a no letter of the week method to introduce the alphabet to your students, this set will give everything
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ABC Editable Alphabet Pages for Preschool, Pre-k, Kindergarten, Special Education or RTI. Alphabet pages can be used for alphabet collages, alphabet crafts, as alphabet play dough or activity mats. You can also bind the sheets to make a class ABC book or for at home learning packets for preschoolers. Work on letter recognition, letter/sound association, and letter formation.

**Please note that this product is included in the ABC Bundle #2. It is also included in my ABC Super Bundle. If you have purchased either of these money-saving bundles, you do not need to purchase this product.

These pages can be used in so many ways.

  • Bind a cover and ABC pages to make a class alphabet book.
  • Make a tactile alphabet book
  • Use multiple pages of one letter to make a letter book
  • Use the sheets as a play mats or play dough mats along with manipulatives/toys.
  • Use pages for letter of the week activities or art/craft projects.
  • The sheets without text can be used as coloring pages or take-home pages.
  • Edit pages to feature your students' names ("Alexander starts with A")
  • I have included many ideas for materials that can be used with each letter page. Additional ideas include using magazine pictures, environmental print, photos of children, etc.

This product contains the following:

  • 26 editable lowercase letter sheets
  • 26 editable uppercase letter sheets
  • 26 lowercase letter sheets with no text
  • 26 uppercase letter sheets with no text
  • full-color editable cover pages
  • 2 black and white editable cover pages.
  • Over 200 material ideas

You do not need to download special fonts for this document, but you will need to use the most recent version of Adobe Acrobat Reader to edit the document.

What are teachers saying about this resource:

" I love the way you can edit the letter sheets AND that you provided capital and lowercase letters AND that you gave so many brilliant examples, of such a variety of objects to use to collage the letters! This will be a used-every-year go-to resource !!"

" This is awesome. I wish I'd had this resource years ago - it would have saved me so much time. Wonderful!!!"

"Love this resource for letter of the week activities! Thank you for providing the list of ideas for each letter & the editable feature to make it our own."

"A++++++ Coolest thing I have ever bought!!"

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Click here to see ABC Coloring and Activity Pages.

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109 pages
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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Demonstrate basic knowledge of one-to-one letter-sound correspondences by producing the primary sound or many of the most frequent sounds for each consonant.
Recognize and name all upper- and lowercase letters of the alphabet.
Understand that words are separated by spaces in print.
Recognize that spoken words are represented in written language by specific sequences of letters.
Follow words from left to right, top to bottom, and page by page.


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