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The next installment in my 101 Ways to Teach the Alphabet Series is called Drive the Car on the Road Letters, and it is perfect for kids who love toy cars.
You’ve probably met – or maybe even parented! – a child who adores toy cars and takes them everywhere. You have probably seen a kid who makes “vroom” sounds all day while driving a toy car around. Well, this activity is for that child. And it’s a sneaky way to use the child’s love of cars to help him or her learn the alphabet.
I have created a set of printable road letters. Simply print out the letters your child is working on, and then have your child drive his or her toy cars on the letters to learn their shape.
I recommend encouraging your child to drive their cars in the same direction as we teach them to write the letters.
The printable includes both uppercase and lowercase road letters.
Update: I’ve since created printable Road Numbers as well!
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More ways to teach to the alphabet
More alphabet printables from Gift of Curiosity:
- Letter Slap game
- Letter Pin-Punching Pages
- Letter Puzzles
- Beginning Sounds Alphabet Clip Cards
- Alphabet Lacing Cards
- Dot Sticker Uppercase and Lowercase Letter Matching
- Q-Tip Painted Letter Pages
You can find more ways to teach the alphabet on my Literacy Activities for Kids page and my Letter Learning Pinterest board.
Thank you so much for offering these with a colored background or a blank background. Looking forward to using these with my students soon.
Sheila @ BrainPowerBoy
Your road letters are seriously neat. What a great idea.
Thanks! I hope they will be enjoyed by lots of kids!
Great cards! Thank you very much.
Thank you. These will be very useful.
Thank you for the road letters, I have a child diagnosed with autism who is obsessed with cars and these are perfect
I am really excited for these. I have struggled with my special needs son to learn to print! We are going to attach a marker to a car to drive on these roads! He is very passionate about cars!
I hope he enjoys the activity and that it helps him learn!
Thank you so much for offering these Road Letters for free! Our preschool class will love them.
Thanks for sharing! This is a great learning activity to add to a transportation theme or for children who love cars to work with.
We love these for my preschoolers
I’m looking forward to putting these in my center to go along with other alphabet practice. How cool!
I have a 5 boy class and one girl and they will all like this activity.