Upper and Lowercase Letter Sort & Match Free Printable

You are going to love my next guest blogger, Tanya from Finding the Teachable Moments! Tanya is a homeschooling mom of three, blogging about educational activities, ideas and crafts. Some of my favorite posts of hers are Free Printable Rhyming & Cutting Activity, Huge List of Early Learning Themes and What Does my Child Need to Learn? (age 2 to grade 2). She is here today sharing a Free Printable Letter Sorting & Matching Activity!
Upper and Lowercase Sort & Match Free Printable
One of the very first steps to learning to read is the ability to recognize both upper and lowercase letters. My daughter knows her uppercase letters, and she also knows many of her “baby letters” (as she likes to call them). But matching lowercase to uppercase letters is something she needs to practice, so I made this printable letter matching activity for her. I included a set of uppercase letters in a variety of fonts as well for children working on uppercase identification alone.

Each page works on five letters at a time. Just print out the uppercase letter page and corresponding lowercase (or uppercase) letters. Cut out the lowercase letters and spread them out. Your little one will choose one letter at a time and place it in the correct column.

The first page contains just vowels so the activity can double as a vowel-consonant lesson as well. There is no reason to try and do the entire alphabet in one sitting. My daughter was only interested in doing one page at a time.

You could laminate the letters and use it as a busy bag activity for a child who may be able to use it independently or do it alongside your child as an introduction to new letters.

Tanya is a homeschooling mom of three who is passionate about hands-on learning. You can visit her at Finding the Teachable Moments where she shares learning activities and teaching tips for children age 2 to grade 2. You can also follow along with her on Pinterest and Facebook.

Viviana Florea

Viviana is a blogging mom to a toddler, a preschooler, and a kindergartner, sharing ideas and resources for early education. She specializes in unique, hands-on printable activities that are educational, fun and inspire creativity in young minds.

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