Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Alphabet centers. Get inspired and try out new things.
Fill a letter grab bag and pair with our free alphabet printables for a fun way to work on letter recognition and letter tracing skills!
Jenn Fetter saved to Pre-K
This blog posts highlights a week of lesson ideas and activities for kindergarten with a special focus on letter naming fluency and alphabet recognition. These printables make for easy prep centers that can be used as an activity or an assessment. These h
LaShell McGowan saved to Pre-K 4
Magnetic Letters and a FREE resource for your little learners to have some fun while identifying letters and matching upper to lowercase styles! To grab this freebie and learn about other engaging magnetic letter tools - head over to my website.
Help teach your little learners their leetteeres with this Free Printable Alphabet Match! A fun hands-on activity to teach the alphabet and letters.
Scarlett Dascher saved to Kindergarten
Easy and fun cookie sheet alphabet activities for kids. Includes 10 free printables for parents and kids to use.
Kirstie Stanton saved to Kindergarten
Thanks for joining me today to talk all things alphabet! I wanted to take some time to discuss alphabet instruction, hands-on activities to practice letters, and of course 24 free downloads that yo…
Tonja Hull saved to Casual teaching ideas
Description Editable alphabet games and centers make letter ID intervention (letter recognition intervention) easy and engagement effortless! These centers are perfect for intervention or rti, small groups and guided reading, or literacy centers for prek, preschool, and kindergarten. Choose 3 letters to target at a time! You have the option of having students match uppercase letters to lowercase letters or uppercase to uppercase and lowercase to lowercase to practice visual discrimination…
Kristian Ohlschwager saved to Daycare
This blog posts has some fun ideas for student learning activities from the Dollar Tree. These kindergarten centers include fine motor, word work, and even cooperation! Also included are ideas for literacy center storage and some fun ways for teachers to keep learning fun in the kindergarten or first grade classroom. Kids will love these fun hands on centers! #kindergartenclassroom #januarycenters
Ashley Crussel saved to Kindergarten
PinterestFacebookEmailTwitter Learning letters is HARD for little learners. There are so many letters in the alphabet, and they look so similar. Build-it letter mats are a fun, hands-on way to teach the alphabet and letter formation (aka handwriting). Students need frequent, repeated, and varied practice to learn the letters of the alphabet. We know students...Read More
Bryce Cunningham saved to Jan 3
Description This morning tubs resource includes 21 back to school activities. Activities include: letters numbers counting editable name practice colors patterns fine motor and more! The skills included in this resource are designed to be just right for incoming kindergarten students. It is packed full of interactive, hands-on activities and is the perfect way to introduce your students to morning tubs or centers. The activities are fun and provide just enough challenge so that brand new…
Arm Kar saved to letter learning