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This HUGE bundle is full of alphabet centers that can be used year long, year after year. Below you will find links with all products along with a description. Click on the links to see if you already own some of these awesome goodies!
Alphabet Worksheets : Alphabet worksheets are a great way to introduce a letter, learn how to form it and the sound it makes. With these worksheets, your children will be doing just that. Each page has 3 traceable letters and space to make their own. I have included two levels of worksheets to best suit the level of your children. The first set of pages found have 5 pictures, 3 of which have the letter as the initial sound as well as a space to write one of the words. The second set of worksheets only have 3 pictures, all of which have the same initial sound. This set does not have a space to write a word. The lines on this page are also larger (think beginning writer).
Alphabet Foldable Books : Looking for an easy, low prep alphabet book for your preschoolers? Then this is it. Print this single page book, fold horizontally and then again vertically to make a single page alphabet book. Each letter has 3 pictures that start with that letter. Children can color the pictures in their book and read the words too! Perfect for building our emerging readers confidence.
Alphabet Word Wall : Alphabet word wall cards are great for any season. There are 8 different words for each letter of the alphabet, with the exception of “x” having words with both the beginning and ending sound. There are 4 different types of print to choose from. There is manuscript, lined, lined with dots and lined with arrows. This is a great way to differentiate what is needed for your class. These are also great to put into a writing center as well. I have also included recording sheets for each individual letter set in two styles. The first style is a lined version with pictures and the second is dotted words for tracing. These are black and white ink saving papers.
Alphabet Punch Cards : Punch cards are a great way to build up letter recognition and fine motor skills at the same time. Children will punch out the letters that match the letter in the middle of the card. These are black and white cards, so they can be printed on colored paper. Each page has the same letter twice to make printing the letters needed much easier. This would be a great early finisher task and they are 4x6 cards, they will also fit in photo cases.
Alphabet Beginning Sounds Clip Strips : These clip strips are great for practicing and reinforcing beginning sounds. There are 3 complete sets of the alphabet included. There are two different versions available in this set. One is black and white so it can be copied onto bright paper and the second is a full color version. I designed these to be used with the clothespins that were found in the Target Dollar Spot during back to school season. If you do not own these, you can simply buy a set of clothespins and write letters on them.
Alphabet Clip Boards : These were created to use with the alphabet clips that were found in the Target Dollar Spot. However, you can easily make your own clips using clothespins and writing letters on them (either capital or lowercase) These boards will help children recognize and learn letters while building up fine motor skills! There are 8 boards total per theme. Each theme has four boards with capital letters and four boards with lowercase letters. Depending on the level of your children they can either match capital to capital or lowercase to capital. This could also be a great assessment tool for the classroom as well.
Alphabet Puzzles : These cards are great for practicing letter recognition and beginning sounds. Each card has a capital letter, lowercase letter and a picture that begins with that letter. There are two separate sets of cards, each with letters A-Z. Each set also comes with multi-colored letters or with black letters. These cards are great to use in task boxes too!
Letter Matching Clip Strips : These clip strips are great for practicing and recognizing letters. There are three choices in this pack so you can pick what is best for your class. The first set is all capital letters, the second set is all lowercase letters and the last set is a mixture of the two. These cards are all black and white so I recommend printing on bright paper, such as Astrobrights. I designed these cards to be used with the clips that were found in the Target Dollar Spot during back to school season. If you do not own these, you can make your own by simply purchasing clothespins and writing letters on them. You could also use any letter manipulative you have in your classroom such as tiles, beads or magnetic letters. Added (8/20/17): More letter matching! Children identify letter on the left and choose from the 3 choices on the right. Includes capital to lowercase, lowercase to capital, lowercase to lowercase, and capital to capital. Great for differentiating!
Letter Sound Boards : Looking for a way to reinforce letter sounds? These mats are what you are looking for then! There are mats for each letter of the alphabet. Each mat has 5 pictures that make the initial letter sound. Children will identify the letter on their board and the sound it makes then they will cover the pictures that start with that letter. There are also 3 boards with all 26 letters for children to identify. The 3 boards are great to use with letter manipulatives.
-26 half sheet letter boards for each letter
-3 full pages of letter boards with all letters
-3 sets of letters to use to cover correct pictures
These alphabet work boards are a wonderful resource for young learners. They pair perfectly with any letter of the week and are great for an end of year review. Children can trace or use play dough in the large bubble letters, find and circle the pictures that start with each letter, circle the capital and lowercase letters, and trace and make the letters along the bottom. There is a board for each letter of the alphabet with at least 5 pictures that start with each letter. These can be used as worksheets for each child, or they can be laminated or placed in a dry erase sleeve to make it a reusable activity.