Kids love to punch holes and find this a super fun letter identification and sequencing activity. Punchers can be used as an independent literacy station or are great for early finisher work.
● Identify uppercase letters and corresponding lowercase letters
● Learn to easily identify letters of different fonts. Not all ‘a’s look the same!
● Increase hand strength and endurance to improve pencil grasp and writing stamina
● Improve bilateral coordination skills
● Using a hole punch is intrinsically motivating and FUN!
Kids are reminded of the directions using these center signs. Put out only the steps you want kids to do.
Highlight the 5 correct beginning sound letters.
Punch out the incorrect letters.
Put the punched cards in ABC order.
4 different cards for each letter
2 different cards for each letter
These are great for preschool, kindergarten, first-grade RTI, special education, and occupational therapy.
Beginning sound products you may find helpful:
Write Now: Beginning Kinder Sounds worksheets.
AlphaBugs! Write Now- Kinder Sounds Reader.
It’s All About the Alphabet Letters and Sounds.
Worksheet color cut and paste activities.
It’s All About the Alphabet Let’s Play and Learn the Alphabet
. 22 Fun Differentiated Literacy Centers.
Alphabet Fluency Centers.
Fun literacy & math activities.
Alphabet Fluency Interactive Worksheets
. Worksheet color cut and paste activities.
Making Capital Letters with Lines and Curves
. 15 Literacy Centers.
CAPITALS FIRST! Handwriting Without Tears Style
. Initial Handwriting Instruction.
Punch Card Products:
Medial Vowel Sounds - CVC words
Final Sounds - CVC words
Initial Consonant Blends - CCVC words
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◦ Great little center activity to work on letter identification an fine motor skills.
◦ This is a fun center activity. Students like it and it reinforces letter recognition.
◦ Fun resource! Kids love to punch these!
◦ I like the capital and lowercase versions. Thanks again for making 4 to a page.
◦ A fun way to work on letter identification that also works on hand strength. Kids love using paper punches.
◦ Great for hand strength while learning letters.
◦ I downloaded these to use in my fine motor bin. Students love using the hole puncher!
◦ I bought all of your punch cards to allow for differentiation because I'm inclusion with a high proportion of retention students. I love how everyone can be doing the same activity at their own level.
◦ Fine motor skills and letter identification. 2fer!
◦ Great for my special ed class that needs letter recognition and motor skills!
◦ Kids love hole punchers!! Thank you!
◦ This was great for my second graders struggling with different fonts!