Alphabet Colors Printables

Fruit Loop Alphabet Snack Mats

These Fruit Loop Alphabet Mats are so clever! Kids will practice color recognition, pincer grip, and letter recognition with these free printable alphabet worksheets that are completed with fruit loops or skittles! Play, Snack, Repeat!

FREE Fruit Loop Alphabet Snack Mats - super cute alphabet mats for every letter from A to Z. Kids use pincer grip to put fruit loops, cheerios, skittles, or M&Ms to complete the pictures. Fun alphabet activity for toddler, preschool, prek, and kindergarten age kids. #alphabet #preschool #kindergarten

Do your kids love to play with their food? Most baby, toddler, preschool, pre k, kindergarten, and first grade children love to play with their snacks! They like to play with anything, from sunrise to sunset so why should snack time be any different, right?

These adorable alphabets are a fun way for kids to practice 1:1 correspondence, color recognition, phonemic awareness, alphabet tracing of both upper and lowercase letters, learning their ABCs, and most importantly – having fun while learning!  So stop saying, “Don’t play with your food.” Let kids play with their food as they use the time to learn with this edible, educational activity for toddlers, preschoolers, prek, kindergarteners, and grade 1.

 

Alphabet Mats

These super cute free printable alphabet placemats are such a fun way to help reinforce alphabet recognition, color recognition, and pincer grip all at the same time. Whether you are a parent, teacher, homeschooler, grandparent, or daycare – you will love this no prep, food activity for kids!

These super cute free printable alphabet placemats are such a fun way to help reinforce alphabet recognition, color recognition, and pincer grip all at the same time. 

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You will love this NO PREP preschool learning activity! Just print pages you want to work on from A to Z.

Put alphabet activity in page protector

Alphabet Printable

Now slip the alphabet printables into sheet protectors or laminate the alphabet pages. This way you can use them over and over again.

We like to slip our printable alphabet placemats in a drawer in kitchen to set out at snack time or for meal time. Not only will they add a little splash of color and some hands on learning, but also a way to keep kids entertained and engaged at the table.

G is for grapes fruit look alphabet worksheet

ABC Printable

Children will practice pincer grip while completing this alphabet learning activity. Simply use fruit loops, colored cheerios, skittles, M&Ms, or other manipulatives to cover the white spots with the correct color. This is great for working on one to one correspondence.

Toddler, preschool, and kindegarteners will practice pincer grip while completing this learning activity

After you fill in the color part of the picture with the correct color of fruit loops, students can decorate the black and white part of the picture too.

X is for xylophone tracing letters practice

Color Recognition

Next, have preschoolers practice tracing letters with their fingers or dry erase marker. Each uppercase and lowercase letters clearly state how to properly form the letters. Then, read the simple “x is for xylophone” to them.

K is for kite worksheet to help with learning colors

1:1 Correspondence

Finally, add in froot loops to make an uppercase and lowercase letters. Kids will love the beautiful alphabet worksheet they create. This K is for kite worksheet is a fun, hands on activity for  learning colors and practicing color recognition.

T is for tie alphabet placemat

My kids had so much fun matching colors, completing their pictures, and then eating their snack at the end.

Super cute and fun to make q is for quilt alphabet activity

Alphabet Activity for kids

My kids had so much fun making these super cute and fun to complete alphabet activity. They were happily practicing pincer grasp for over an hour!

HINT: Instead of letting your student(s) eat all the fruit loops (or skittles or M&Ms), why not save them in a ziplock bag to use with one of our other super cute and free Fruit Loops Printables:

Preschool Printables

FREE Rainbow Snack Mat - build a rainbow with fruit loops, skittles, M&Ms, and more   Have fun practicing counting using a ten frame using fruit loops   Practice color sorting with these adorable gumball cards for preschoolers

Looking for more fruit loop printables for kids of all ages. You will have fun working on color recognition with these Rainbow Snack Mats that use fruit loops, cereal, skittles, or M & Ms. Teach studnets about using a ten frame with these counting cards. Toddlers, preschoolers, and kindergartners will have fun sorting the cereal by colors with these Color Sorting Cards.

  alphabet coloring pages  26 adorable alphabet crafts to make based on uppercase alphabet letters.  letter-recognition-worksheets

Looking for more fun and free ideas to make learning fun for preschoolers? Check out these free prek worksheets:

Plus don’t miss our ABC Printables, math activities for preschoolers, learning preschool colors, fun preschool themes, tons of free playdough mats, cute preschool crafts, tons of free printable preschool worksheets, and many preschool book list.

 

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Beth Gorden

Beth Gorden is the creative multi-tasking creator of Preschool Play and Learn. As a busy homeschooling mother of six, she strives to create hands-on learning activities and worksheets that kids will love to make learning FUN! Beth is also the creator of 123Homeschool4Me.com and kindergartenworksheetsandgames.com where she shares more than 100,000 pages of FREE worksheets,& educational ideas for PreK-8th grade.

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  • hi thank you so much for those printables 🙂 i can not find the link to the pdf can you please help me? thank you

  • Hi Beth! Thank you for all your hard work on pre-school activities. You are amazing! I cannot find the pdf to this specific one, can you help me in finding it?

    • So glad you are enjoying our resources!! We appreciate you reading along. Sure; happy to help! You just enter your email in the box at the bottom of the post and we will send you the pdf immediately! Enjoy =)

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  • Hi Beth!!
    I am raising my 3yo grandson who has autism. He has been in the public school PreK since January. But now, with all the CoronaGeddon stuff, he’s at home indefinitely. Your resources have been invaluable, and he is really enjoying them.
    (I’m thrilled I kept my laminator when I retired from teaching.
    THANK YOU SO MUCH!!!
    Wendy

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