| | |

Letter Bees Visual Discrimination Activities

Help kids learn to look for differences in letters with this funĀ Visual Discrimination Activities for preschool, pre k, kindergarten, and grade 1. Use this bee themed activity as colorful sorting mats or cut and paste worksheets.

Help kids learn to look for differences in letters with this funĀ Visual Discrimination Activities for preschool, pre k, kindergarten, and grade 1. Use this bee themed activity as colorful sorting mats or cut and paste worksheets.

Preschool kids will love sorting between letters with holes and no holes with this fun bee themed Visual Discrimination Activity! These mats are no prep, just print the template mat (colour or black and white) and then laminate it the bee cutouts and youā€™re set. I just love educational activities that make learning fun for kids!

Visual Discrimination Activities

Letter Sort Visual Discrimination

Start by scrolling to the bottom of the post, under the terms of use, and click on the text link that says >> _____ <<. The pdf file will open in a new window for you to save the freebie and print the pages in black and white or color.

For these mats, you can choose to laminate itĀ  and sort the lettersĀ  to the correct bee hive sorting mat. If you prefer, you can use this as a visual discrimination cut and paste worksheet for sorting based on visual discrimination.

Visual Discrimination Worksheets Free

Visual Discrimination Activities

Use this super simple activity to help kids learn to discriminate and differentiate between the letters of the alphabet. Learning to do this is essential as it allows the kids to notice the small differences between the letters to identify the look of the letters with holes and no holes and place them into the correct beehive. You can also have the kids write the letters they sorted in their books. This is the easiest way you could set that up, but also plenty of other ways if you find that doesnā€™t work for you.

This sorting activity can be played in a group, in fact it works great ina group of 2-3 kids. Have them sort the bees in pairs or 3ā€™s. You will then see them talking about each letters and identifying its features. You could also totally have them glue the bees into the beehives. If you print in black and white even better!

Kids will love sorting the alphabet letters and talking about their features, it will help them identify the alphabet more easily too, and this in turn provides a photo memory of each letter as they sort through them.

bumblee bee craft

Bee Activities for Kids

 

Visual Discrimination Worksheets Free

By using resourcesg from my site you agree to the following:

  • This is for personal and personal classroom use only (to share please direct others to this post to grab their own set!)
  • This may NOT be sold, hosted, reproduced, or stored on any other site (including blog, Facebook, Dropbox, etc.)
  • All materials provided are copyright protected. Please see Terms of Use.
  • Graphics Purchased and used with permission
  • I offer free printables to bless my readers AND to provide for my family. Your frequent visits to my blog & support purchasing through affiliates links and ads keep the lights on so to speak. Thanks you!
>> Bee Visual Discrimination Activity <<

Similar Posts

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.