Teaching little ones to read begins with the alphabet. These alphabet activities for preschoolers are great for teaching and reinforcing the ABCs.
Teaching the alphabet starts early with a good collection of alphabet books. This allows toddlers and preschoolers to become familiar with the letters of the alphabet in a natural way. There’s no drill involved. Just reading stories to plant seeds for later learning.
Later, you can use flash cards, worksheets, printables, and games to teach letter identification and letter sounds which will set the stage for combining those letters and sounds into words and then into sentences.
This ever-growing collection features a great selection of all of those things to help you teach your preschoolers the alphabet.
Alphabet Activities for Preschoolers
This fall, use this free printable Johnny Appleseed letter matching game to teach and reinforce letter recognition with your preschoolers.
Add this ABC match game to your cowboy, cowgirl, and horse themed homeschool preschool lessons. Kids will match letters and beginning sounds.
Preschoolers will practice letter recognition and build fine motor skills with this “cover the letters” busy bag. Fine motor alphabet activities for kids!
Literacy fun for little ones! Grab this fun set of Play Dough Alphabet Mats for young learners. They will love creating letters with play dough and focusing on beginning sounds.
This set of alphabet writing pages is perfect for preschool handwriting practice as well as teaching letter sounds. One hands-on page for each letter of the alphabet!
Have fun with these One Fish Two Fish printable alphabet matching cards! Preschoolers will work on letter identification and matching.
Help your preschoolers practice their ABCs with six sets of alphabet clip cards. These cards focus on letter identification, beginning sounds, and ending sounds.
Construction-themed Valentine letter sorting mats are perfect for your Valentine’s Day literacy centers! Letter recognition fun for little ones!
These Humpty Dumpty literacy activities are a great way to add rhymes, syllables, and CVC words to your nursery rhyme unit.
These free printable alphabet worksheets are the perfect way to engage young learners with handwriting practice, beginning sounds, letter recognition, and more!
Preschool and kindergarten kiddos will love these transportation ABC letter practice pages! Zoom on over and download your copy today!
Download this set of free printable alphabet worksheets. They’ll help your young learners practice letter matching, handwriting, and more.
You won’t believe how easy it is to set up this hands-on letter matching game for preschoolers. Kids will work on letter recognition and motor skills, as well.
These hands-on alphabet games for preschoolers are perfect for teaching letter recognition, ABC order, and beginning sounds.
Alphabet Preschool Activities
Teaching the alphabet to preschoolers doesn’t have to be intimidating. Just use these simple tricks and have fun in the process!
Each one of these alphabet activities featured will help teach, reinforce, or review the letters of the alphabet. Many focus on beginning sounds, as well.
These DIY Alphabet Story Stones are easy to make and a fabulous resources to have on hand when teaching the alphabet to young kids.
Preschoolers love to play with play dough. It’s fun, it’s squishy, and it’s an excellent manipulative to have on hand when teaching the alphabet.
Sneak in some learning with this fun Pick Up the Alphabet dump truck game which involves trucks, movement, and letter recognition.
Kids Alphabet Books
Are you getting ready to teach your kids the alphabet? Introduce your kids to letters and their sounds with this amazing collection of alphabet books for kids!
Recommended Resources for Your Alphabet Activities for Preschoolers
More Resources from My Friends on the Web
• 50 Fun Ways to Teach the Alphabet by Natural Beach Living
• Hand Print Art for the Alphabet by Crystal and Co.
• A to Z Letter of the Week Crafts at 123 Homeschool 4 Me
What are your favorite alphabet activities for preschoolers? Be sure to leave a comment below, and let me know!