Alphabet Printables BUNDLE
This is a HUGE 453 page bundle of 7 of my top selling alphabet printable packs, all low or NO prep, and all in b/w. Most of the activity pages are appropriate for pre-K and Kindergarten students, and many (such as the bingo dauber letters) are perfect for hands-on preschool learners.
The packs included are:
***Name Posters - Decorate Initial Letters
• 3 sets of letters, 3 different borders • Decorate with art or collage materials, markers etc • Great activity for first week of school.
***Bingo Dot Marker Alphabet Upper and Lower Case
Includes upper and lower case, full alphabet - - Print on cardstock and cut into cards - Print with a circle marker, bingo dauber, or similar. - Can also use garage sale stickers, pasted collage materials, a finger dipped in paint etc.
***Alphabet Letters Recognition 26 Booklets -106 pages
This is a set of 26 alphabet letter recognition booklets, one for each letter, featuring both upper and lower case. There are 8 interactive pages in each booklet - stamping, coloring, connecting, cutting and pasting.
***Alphabet Strip Booklets Beginning Initial Sounds Cut and Paste
This is a set of 26 booklets to make, one for each letter of the alphabet. They focus on letter sounds, specifically the sounds at the beginning of words. Each alphabet booklet consists of a cover page, and 5 pages where the student can paste a picture of a word beginning with that letter.
***Alphabet Recognition Dab or Cover
This is a set of printables focusing on letter recognition of all letters of the alphabet, upper and lower case. There is one page for each upper case letter, and each lower case letter. Cover each focus letter with a circle stamper, or a highlighter marker. There is a picture of an object on each page beginning with the focus letter/initial sound.
***Alphabet Practice - See, Say and Write
This is a set of alphabet practice activity worksheets for children with some previous experience with the shapes and sounds of letters.First line: Say the name of the letter, name the pictures and emphasize the initial sound.
Second line: Use a highlighter or marker to color the circles with the focus letter.
Third line: Touch each letter. If it is the focus letter, say it aloud.
Fourth line: Trace the letters, and attempt to write some upper and lower case.
***Alphabet Cut and Paste with Flashcards
This is a set of large upper case letters, the full alphabet, each with 5-6 small pictures beginning with the letter sound. The children cut out the small pictures, and paste on the letter outline. The goal is to teach and/or reinforce the relationship between the initial sounds of words, and the letters of the alphabet.
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