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Before you can start teaching preschoolers to read, they need to know the letters of the alphabet. Beginning readers also need to know the sound each letter of the alphabet makes.
It’s important to introduce the letters and their sounds in many different ways. They need to be able to recognize the alphabet and each letter’s sounds in various contexts.
Alphabet Posters and Flashcards
In an effort to help you teach your preschoolers their letters and letter sounds, I have created a fun new printable pack for you. These ABC posters can be used in a variety of ways.
First, you laminate them and hang them in your child’s bedroom or playroom. You can hang them around the homeschool room.
You can put them in a three-ring binder to create an alphabet book for your preschooler to flip through with you or on their own. If you put the posters in page protectors, you can store two pages back-to-back to create a book.
You could also print them 4 to a page to use as flashcards. I recommend laminating them before cutting them apart. Use a hole punch to punch a hole in one of the top corners. Thread them onto a ring to create a flip book.
Enhance your alphabet-themed lessons
If you’re looking for more fun for your alphabet-themed learning plans, check out my top picks from Amazon!
- Chicka Chicka Boom Boom
- Dr. Seuss’s ABC
- Eric Carle’s ABC
- AlphaOops! The Day Z Went First
- Eating the Alphabet
- A to Z
Educational Resources for Kids:
- Spot It! Alphabet
- Melissa & Doug Wooden Alphabet Magnets
- Sesame Street Elmo’s On the Go Letters
- LeapFrog Fridge Phonics Magnetic Letter Set
- Learning Resources Smart Snacks Alpha Pops