Want a fun way for students to practice their letter recognition? These Alphabet Headbands are just what you need!
Students simply trace the words and letters, color the pictures that begin with the letter sound, and cut it out. Then glue onto a sentence strip and VIOLA! Just fit it to a students head and you have a headband!
My kids LOVE making headbands. I hope yours do too!
If you like these, also see my Word Family Headbands
Check out my other Alphabet practice sheets:
Alphabet Practice Pages
There are 26 pages, one for each letter of the alphabet. Each page includes a rainbow write of the letter, practice writing the letter in primary lines, coloring pictures that begin with the letter sound (the letter x has pictures that begin and end with x), and search and circle the letter in different fonts.
There are 26 pages, one for each letter of the alphabet. Students use dot markers, crayons, or markers to fill in the circles with the correct letter in it. Letters are displayed in different fonts.
Alphabet Q-Tip Painting
This pack includes one page per letter of the alphabet. Each page has 6 sets of the letter (upper and lowercase) to trace. Students dip one end of a Q-tip in paint and use it to trace dashed letters.
There are 26 sheets, one for every letter of the alphabet. Students search through the 10 pictures for the 5 that begin with the corresponding letter sound.
There are 26 sheets, one for every letter of the alphabet. Students color squares with the corresponding letter in order from start to finish.
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