Glue Practice Alphabet Activity

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PreK - K
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What fun this was!! I absolutely loved how we got to practice our letters as we also practiced the vvvvveeery important skill of how to use glue!! :)
My students are loving this activity! They're learning to control the glue bottle, working out their finger muscles and learning letters at the same time, thank you!
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Alphabet activities meet glue practice! These 26 alphabet worksheets give students practice recognizing uppercase and lowercase letters and their initial sounds. They also engage children with a fun glue dot activity – great for hand strengthening and improving fine motor skills.


These letter worksheets includes a page for each letter of the alphabet, and address 3 skills:

• Recognizing letter shapes

• Learning common initial sounds

• Practicing letter discrimination

Students squeeze a dot of glue on the black dots within each letter and picture. Then, they search the bottom section for those letters and cover them with glue too.

You can use regular school glue, or jazz it up with glitter glue. You could even laminate the pages, then allow students to wash them off for re-use.


This printable pack also includes 4 glue activity sheets using the following pre-primer sight words: the, you, see, can.

Students add glue dots to the letters of each word, and to a related picture. Then, they can read a short sentence using the picture as a clue.


30 pages total – just add glue!

- Alphabet activity glue practice sheets (26 pages)

- Pre-primer sight word glue practice sheets (4 pages)

All the worksheets are black and white.


If you like this resource, you'll LOVE the whole bundle of hands-on alphabet worksheets! Motivate your learners to work on letter recognition and identification skills using these no prep and low prep worksheets. Each set uses hands-on materials, including stamp markers, glue, play dough, dot markers, and more.

They’re perfect for a literacy center, morning work, or for giving each child the letters in their name. You can use them all year long! ❤️


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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Recognize and name all upper- and lowercase letters of the alphabet.
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.


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