My daughter is in her final year before kindergarten (officially she’s in transition kindergarten, which is a California specific year of schooling for kids with who turn five in the fall). XGirl knows many of her letters already, but my goal is for her to know all of them before she starts kindergarten next year. We do lots of letter practice each week, which you can read about in my post sharing my favorite tools for teaching letters and numbers. At the same time, I’m always on the lookout for more great letter learning ideas to help her.
In this post I’m sharing some fun and creative alphabet activities to help kids learn their letters. All of these ideas were shared by the contributors at the Weekly Kids’ Co-op, and I’m so thankful to them for sharing their wonderful ideas. Read on for some inspiring alphabet activities you can try with your children or students!
Three fun alphabet games from Sunlit Pages
Spin and Say ABC game from Fantastic Fun and Learning
Montessori letter learning progression from Cathie Perolman at Trillium Montessori
Free lowercase block letter printables from The Measured Mom
Bottle cap letter matching game from Dabbling Momma
Band-aid letter matching game from Totschooling
Apple tree letter matching activity from Mom Inspired Life
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