Alphabet Printables Spring

Spring Flower Alphabet Matching Activity for Preschoolers

Help kids practice alphabet matching letters from A to Z with this super cute spring flower printable activity! Preschool, pre-k, and kindergarten age children will work on upper and lowercase letter recognition with a fun alphabet matching game! Simply download pdf file with spring worksheets for preschool and you are ready to play and learn matching uppercase flower pots with pretty tulips to lowercase raindrops

Help kids practice alphabet matching letters from A to Z with this super cute spring flower printable activity! Preschool, pre-k, and kindergarten age children will work on upper and lowercase letter recognition with a fun alphabet matching game! Simply download pdf file with spring worksheets for preschool and you are ready to play and learn matching uppercase flower pots with pretty tulips to lowercase raindrops

Alphabet Matching

The phrase is common but it’s one that rings true at the same time. April Showers Bring May Flowers. Yes they do. Spring rain is sometimes so refreshing and relaxing even. It feels like it’s nature’s way of cleansing the earth of winter and making way for summer!! I don’t necessarily love super hot temperatures or humidity, but I do love sunshine. That being said, I can handle April showers because they bring May flowers!! This letter matching activity is themed with just that, flowers & rain! This alphabet matching is a fun, free printable for preschoolers and kindergartners to sneak in a fun, educational activity in the spring.

Identifying and recognizing letters, both upper and lowercase is an important part of children beginning to learn to read. Without this core knowledge, it is impossible for reading to sprout. (Like what I did there?)  This letter match game is the perfect way to help kids match up upper and lowercase letters. This is a super fun and engaging activity, one that kids will actually ASK to play!

Alphabet Matching Game

Start by scrolling to the bottom of the post, under the terms of use, and click on the text link that says >> Download <<. The matching letters pdf file will open in a new window for you to save the freebie and print the template.

spring letter recognition games

Matching Letters

Here are the materials needed to play this spring letter recognition game!

  • Paper & Printer
  • Laminator
  • Scissors
  • Velcro (Optional)

Spring themed preschool alphabet activities

Spring Worksheets for Preschool

There are 5 different flower pot mats to choose from in this spring printable preschool. They are the same, just with different color flowers. Also included in this spring printables are:

  • raindrop lowercase letters
  • Uppercase letter flower pots

I like to print them out, cut out each piece then laminate. I know how hard my kids can be on a piece of paper and I want this activity to last more than 5 minutes – so lamination is a must. If you choose not to laminate the flower pot mats, they could be put inside a dry erase pocket, but I would suggest laminating the flower pot and raindrop letters.

Spring ABC Games

Preschool Alphabet Lesson Plans

Not only is the prep simple, but playing is too! Either you or your child pick an uppercase letter flower pot. Set it on the flowerpot on the mat. This is the letter that the child is to focus on.

Now it is time to mix up the lowercase letters rain drops. We have turned them upside down on a table and flipped over one at a time, seeing if they match and if not putting them in a discard pile. If they do match, place the raindrop on the flower pot mat.

You could also use the same concept but put the raindrops in a sensory bin, as a scavenger hunt around the room or how ever you would like! Not only is this activity versatile but it is a fun way to help kids learn and reiterate lower and uppercase letters! This is a great activity for preschoolers or kindergarteners!

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Spring Crafts for Kids

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Spring Science

Check out these outrageously FUN spring science experiments for kids:

shape craft free printable sight words worksheet FREE Flower Upper and Lowercase Letter Matching - kids will have fun practicing matching letters in this fun alphabet activity for preschool and kindergarten age kids perfect for spring or summer learning. #alphabet #preschool #kindergarten

Flower Printables

Looking for some fun, educational spring theme ideas to make learning fun this April and May? Check out these fun resources:

FREE One to One Correspondence Spring Activity for kids - this fun, hands on math activity for preschoolers, toddler, and kindergarten age kids make it fun to learn about math #math #preschool #springactivity FREE Spring Carrot Shape Mats - this super cute spring or easter themed activity is a great, hands on way for toddler, preschool, and kindergarten age kids to learn shapes #shapes #preschool #playdoughmats FREE Rainbow Color Matching Activity

Spring Printables

Spring Upper and Lowercase Letters

Spring Printable Preschool

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Deanna

Deanna Hershberger is a work at home mom, coffee obsessed, a diy addict and a Netflix binger. She spends her days playing and making with her daughter and enjoys quiet nights at home with her husband. She shares all of this on her blog Play Dough & Popsicles.

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