Build your little one’s reading skills with these literacy activities for preschoolers. Find crafts, printables, book lists, activities, and more.
Keep reading for a look at some amazing early literacy activities! Each of these preschool literacy activities is designed to help you prepare young children to learn to read.
Literacy Activities for Preschoolers
There are so many fun ways to prepare preschool and kindergarten aged children to read. With a focus on the alphabet, letter sounds, and sight words, you’ll find everything you need to set your young ones to become lifelong readers.
You can use these literacy activities in your home or in your classroom!
Literacy Board Games
These literacy board games are sure to engage your preschoolers while they practice letter recognition, phonics, and more in a fun way!
Printable Literacy Activities
Focus on letter recognition, handwriting, and more with this wonderful collection of winter literacy activities for preschoolers!
Preschoolers will work on letter recognition, handwriting, phonics, and more in these engaging, printable winter literacy activities!
Download this set of free letter recognition alphabet worksheets. They’ll help your young learners practice letter matching, handwriting, and more.
This fall, use this free printable Johnny Appleseed letter matching game to teach and reinforce letter recognition with your preschoolers.
Do you have a little one who is learning to write their letters? These printable alphabet writing cards are great for on-the-go handwriting practice!
Add this ABC match game to your cowboy, cowgirl, and horse themed homeschool preschool lessons. Kids will match letters and beginning sounds.
Alphabet puzzle printables help your preschoolers focus on letter recognition, letter matching, and beginning sounds. These wild west ABC puzzles are fun!
Encourage your preschoolers to practice the alphabet with this S is for Scarecrow alphabet worksheets. Perfect for your autumn literacy centers!
Teaching the ABCs should be fun and engaging. It will be when you prepare this Feed the Monster alphabet game for your preschoolers!
These construction-themed letter sorting mats are perfect for your Valentine’s Day literacy centers! Preschoolers will love practicing letter recognition.
Teaching the alphabet to preschoolers doesn’t have to be intimidating. Just use these simple tricks and have fun in the process!
Help your child become familiar with their name in print with this hands-on insect-themed name recognition activity. It’s perfect for spring and summer learning.
Download and print these pumpkin sentence sequencing worksheets this fall. Kindergarteners can practice handwriting and sequencing together.
These Humpty Dumpty literacy activities are a great way to add rhymes, syllables, and CVC words to your nursery rhyme unit.
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.
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Preschoolers learn best with hands-on activities, and these hands-on letter games are a great way to work on letter recognition and letter sounds.
Book-Based Literacy Ideas for Preschoolers
Dive deep into If You Give a Mouse a Brownie with your kids with this free printable book companion. Focus on rhymes, blends, word work, and more!
Young readers will have a blast with this Snowmen at Night sequencing activity. With four versions of the sequencing cards, it’s easy to differentiate for all learning levels.
As always, if you’re looking for more literacy activities to round our your preschool lessons, leave me a comment. I’ll add it to my growing list of ideas.