Make if fun for young learners to practice letter recognition with this preschool letter recognition. This easy, no-prep letter recognition activities preschool is such a good way for children to practice recogniting uppercase letters. SImply download pdf file with these letter recognition printable and you are ready to play and learn your upper case letters!
Preschool Letter Recognition
Letter recognition is the foundation of reading. Children need to be able to use visual discrimination to idenfiy letters individually. This simply, Preschool Letter Recognition is a great way to start teaching letter recognition to preschoolers, toddlers, and kindergartners. If a child cannot recognize letters then they will struggle with recognizing sight words and sounding out CVC words. Using fun and easy letter recognition activities preschool is a great way to make learning fun and prepare children for reading. These letter recognition printables allow the children to practice recognizing letters, and with your help practice the sounds each letter makes.
Letter recognition printable
Letter recognition activities preschool
So this printable requires almost no prep-work.
- First, print off the sheets.
- Then find some snap cubes or other game markers.
- Finally, sit down with your preschooler or kindergartener and you are ready to go.
Letter recognition games for preschoolers
If you have a child that know their letters and their sounds then you can allow them to do them independently. Simply hand them some snap cubes and the sheets. Have them say the letter in the middle of the sheet, and then its sound. Next, have them place a snap cube on each letter that matches the letter in the middle. Each time they put the cube down, have them say the letter and the sound.
Activities for letter recognition
If your child is still learning their alphabet, then you can use these printables for instruction.
Let’s say you are working on the letter W. You could begin by pointing to the letter W, and saying the letter as well as the sound.
Next, let your child trace it and find some characteristic of the letter. Then it is time to try and find the other W’s on the printable. You could begin by pointing to the U and ask, “Is this a W?”
No matter there answer you can respond, “This is a U. It is curved at the bottom, which is not like the W.”
Your next step could be to point to the V and once again ask if it a W. Whatever their answer, you can once again respond by explaining and showing them why it is not a W.
Work your way around the printable, doing the same thing until you have talked about each letter. Teaching letters and seeing little one learn their letters is such a special time. And if you need more letter recognition ideas here are some that might help.
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This is awesome! Is there any chance you would be willing to make one with lowercase letters?
Hi Ms. Beth 🙂 so thankful for everything you’ve done. Hope you can release on how to make first lessons of reading for preschoolers 🙂 and more activities for toddlers 🙂