Students can practice letter identification with these fun alphabet puzzles! There are lowercase letter and uppercase letter puzzles included for the entire alphabet! These puzzles are also included in my Focus on the Alphabet
resource which includes printables, centers, and assessments for the alphabet!
How does it work?
Each puzzle piece has one letter on it. The letters are presented in various fonts. Students will sort the puzzle pieces by letter, placing like letters together (e.g. all the a's together, all the b's together, etc.).
Using all the pieces with the same letter, students will put the puzzle together. The completed puzzle is in the shape of the letter on the pieces (e.g. the pieces will the letter "a" make a puzzle in the shape of an "a").
How should I use this?
Print the puzzles on cardstock (white or colored) and laminate for durability.
I suggest placing at least two letter puzzles together in a center or small group area. This gives student the opportunity to practice letter identification. After students sort the like letters, they can put the puzzle together.
You may also be interested in my other alphabet resources