Alphabet Printables Summer

Letter Sort Bees – Curves or no Curves

Preschool kids will love sorting between letters with curves and no curves with this fun bee themed mats! These mats are no prep, just print the mat (colour or black and white) and then laminate it and the bee cutouts and you’re set.

Preschool kids will love sorting between letters with curves and no curves with this fun bee themed mats! These mats are no prep, just print the mat (colour or black and white) and then laminate it and the bee cutouts and you’re set.

Letter Sort Bees – Curves or no Curves

To prepare:

  • A4 paper
  • Printer
  • Scissors
  • Laminator

For these mats, you can choose to laminate it or place it into a plastic sleeve. I used it in a binder as an insert. You can do it either way. Laminating it is a great option if you’re just wanting to use it year on year.

letter discrimination activity

Letter Sort Bees – Curves or No Curves

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 curves and no curves 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 doesn’t work for you.

This sorting activity can be played in a group, in fact it works great in a group of 2-3 kids. Have them sort the bees in pairs or 3’s. You will then see them talking about each letter 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.

Bee Activities for Kids

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Yara

Yara is the founder of Sea of Knowledge and an ESL teacher with a passion for making learning fun and engaging. She loves creating fun activities that children and learners can benefit from.

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