Differentiate Learning Letters for Preschoolers
Literacy development is an essential aspect of preschool. Teacher letter recognition to young children can be fun and challenging at times. There are many different ways to learn, offering many different types of activities ensures all children get an opportunity to learn in a way that appeals to them and meets their needs. There are so many ways to teach letters with play, hands-on activities, and resources you already own!
Free Fruit and Vegetable Photo Cards
This free set of fruit and vegetable photo cards can be used to create a variety of fun low cost early literacy activities for your preschoolers!
In addition to using these as vocabulary cards, you can also use them to create 3 part cards, or print two copies to play a simple memory game.
Below you can find two more activities that I created by pairing these free cards,
with a few low cost items from the dollar tree.
Story Stones for Preschool Literacy
Preschoolers love stories, whether it's hearing them, telling them, or creating them. Storytelling is a big component of early education and these fun and creative stones will make the perfect addition to your classroom!
Build CVC Words with Magnets
Invite your preschooler to learn and build CVC words!
Learning Consonant Vowel Consonant words are some of the first words that young children begin to learn.
Pair these literacy printables with magnet letters for endless hands-on fun!
Dog Bath Read and Sequence Activity
Learning to sequence and retell stories is an important part of learning to read.
Rebus stories are a good tool for teaching children to retell stories and pick out the parts of a story.
In this activity children read the story I Can Give My Dog a Bath with an adult. Then, they can identify the words and images in the word bank. Finally, they can sequence the events from the story.
**The sequence portion can also be done as a cut and paste activity.. There is both a color and a B&W version included
Editable Name Worksheets
It's so exciting when preschoolers are ready to learn to write their name! Your preschooler will love seeing their name in print on this activity sheet. This pack includes one page for each letter of the alphabet.
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