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Letter Tracing – Printable Literacy Activities for Preschoolers

Practice letter recognition with free printable literacy activities for preschoolers, kindergartners, and grade 1 students that is engaging and easily adaptable for all ability levels. The best part about this letter tracing activity is that there are multiple activities in one. You can use this preschool letter printable to work on upper and lowercase letter matching, tracing letters, and beginning sounds. Basically you are getting 4 activities in one.

Practice letter recognition with free printable literacy activities for preschoolers, kindergartners, and grade 1 students that is engaging and easily adaptable for all ability levels. The best part about this letter tracing activity is that there are multiple activities in one. You can use this preschool letter printable to work on upper and lowercase letter matching, tracing letters, and beginning sounds. Basically you are getting 4 activities in one.

Literacy Activities for Preschoolers

These free printable, 4-in-1 literacy activities for preschool, pre k, kindergarten, and first grade students can be used for multiple skills. Use this free abc printable to work on letter recognition, alphabet tracing, and matching pictures with beginning sounds.

 

Preschool literacy activities

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printable 4-in-1 Preschool Literacy Skills

Letter Tracing

You can use this free literacy printable to practice a variety of early literacy skills with your preschoolers.

  • Letter Recognition – identify a capital or lowercase letter by name, match capital and lowercase letters to their counterpart
  • Letter Writing – write capital and lowercase letters with varying levels of assistance (tracing vs. independent)
  • Phonics – identify the sound letters make

free printable Alphabet Mats to work on literacy as preschoolers match letter magnets with upper and lowercase letters, trace the letters, and match cute clipart that has the same beginning sounds.

Alphabet Mats

Now print in color and cut apart the template. Whether you are a parent, teacher, or homeschooler, this fun hands on literacy activity for pre k is sure to be a hit! Use it for summer learning, in a literacy center in your classroom or as a supplemental activity throughout the year.
  • Use letter magnets to match the corresponding letter
  • Write/trace the letters (capital and lowercase) in the empty boxes with a dry erase marker if you laminate the strips (making it reusable) or a crayon, marker, pencil to use the activity once.
  • Match the picture strips to the letter mats based on the letters beginning sound. (great for developing phonemic awareness as students listen for beginning sounds)

Alphabet Activity for pre k students

ABC Printable

As a mom and teacher, I love that these activities are adaptable. That means I can use the same resource for my toddler, preschooler, and pre k kiddos. I can prep once and each kid can get an activity that meets their developmental needs.

FREE Letter Tracing Sandcastles - super cute alphabet activity for preschool and kindergarten age kids to practice tracing lowercase letters for summer learning! #alphabet #preschool #tracingletters Alphabet Coloring Pages begining sounds do a dot printables

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Emily

Emily is a teacher turned mom who just couldn't quite leave the classroom behind. She has 2 toddlers at home whom she is prepping for kindergarten by doing hands-on learning activities at home. Her blog, Sandbox Academy, focuses on learning literacy, math, STEM, and the arts through crafts and play.

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