Learning preschool letters should be a fun and experience for both the student and the teacher. It should be fun for the student so that they are more receptive to learning and to enjoy the process of learning. When I taught J her alphabet, we did so many preschool letter activities with one goal in mind: ENSURE THAT ITS FUN FOR HER. C (my son) is about to start his pre-preschool journey (is that a thing?) and so he will be learning his letters as well fairly soon. Today I will share with you 3 of the activities that I have done with J to help her learn the abc’s.
PRESCHOOL LETTER ACTIVITIES
Leap Frog Letter Factory
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I have a confession to make. I was never the one to initiate J’s alphabet knowledge. We were walking in a supermarket when she was younger and she simply pointed out the letter O. Obviously, I thought this was a fluke and simply nodded. J continued to point out other letters and then I realized, boy do I have my hands full. Our go to activity for exposure to the alphabet (short of sticking up a chart in their room and singing the alphabet song) is Leap Frog Letter Factory.
Preschool Letter Worksheets
Okay before you jump down my throat about worksheets and early childhood let me say this: My kid loves worksheets. Secondly, our worksheets consists of hands on activities such as playdough mats and dot pages as J loves dot markers.
J loves painting and so we use our coloring pages as painting pages so that she gets as much paint time as she can handle. If you click either of the images below, you can grab our free preschool letter coloring pages.