Letter Formation Activities for Preschoolers
When preschoolers are ready to learn letter formation, be ready with a variety of engaging learning activities to support them! Fortunately there are many creative ways to use inexpensive materials and Pre-K Printable Fun resources to set up invitations to learn.
Ice Cream Cone Alphabet Activities
Ice Cream themed activities are great for keeping preschoolers engaged in learning activities. This set supports children in learning to recognize uppercase & lowercase letters and phonemes.
Pom Pom Sensory Bin Bubble Gum Sorting Mats
Combine sensory play with math & literacy for tons of hands-on learning fun! This set of Bubble Gum Sensory Bin Activities are perfect for preschoolers learning a variety of Early Math and Literacy concepts.
Preschoolers love exploring in a sensory bin!
Fill your sensory bin with colorful pom pom " gum balls" and invite your preschooler to engage in these fun activities that support early skill development.
This set of activities can be used for children at various skill levels. Pieces can be mixed and matched for different activities assisting in individualizing learning for your preschoolers. Simply pair the Bubble Gum Pieces with the Mats or Recording Sheets of your choice.
Preschool Acorn Letter Sort
Your Preschool Students will have fun sorting and hiding these acorn letters just the the squirrels do! Fall is one of the best times to bring nature into the classroom whether it be through crafts, science experiments, or turning items into a manipulative. And, it’s no secret that young learners are fascinated by acorns. This acorn letter sort is a great use of nature and recycled materials.
These ABC clip cards are a fun way to learn and practice matching uppercase and lowercase letters!
Easily set up this activity by printing, laminating, and then setting out with clothespins or markers.
Children use a clothespin (or marker) to mark the matching lowercase letter on the bottom of each card to the uppercase letter on the top.
This set is great to keep in your literacy center all year long. Set out during assessments to naturally assess letter knowledge when children engage in this activity.
Make Your Own Nature Letters
Create the alphabet with your preschoolers using twigs, sticks, and leaves for some nature based learning fun! During the preschool years there is a lot of focus on learning the alphabet. The alphabet takes center stage in singing songs, reading books and practicing letter sounds; with the ultimate goal of helping preschoolers identify and learn to write letters!
Activities like this one are great for educators to keep on hand for providing fun, innovative and hands-on learning activities.
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