Letter Recognition CardsI suggest printing the alphabet cards on cardstock and laminating them for durability. Cut the cards apart so that you have a total of 26 cards. You can store them in a zipper pouch or plastic bag. Or, you can punch a hole in the top right corner and place them on a binder ring. Gather some glass gems, counters, or mini erasers, and you're all set!
Have your child or student choose a card and identify the letter the alphabet kid is holding. After they've identified the letter, encourage them to place a gem or counter on the matching letters. There are five of each letter on the alphabet cards.
You can choose to introduce the cards one at a time. Or, you can give them the entire set. You could give your older preschoolers a few cards and have them put the cards in alphabetical order before completing the letter find portion of the activity.There are many ways you can use these cards. They'll make a great addition to your letter recognition activities all year long!
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