Preschoolers and Early Kindergartners need a variety of ways to practice letter recognition and letter formation. This brand new set of Dab It! Alphabet Letter Worksheets is just another hands-on way to practice learning those letters!
I’m sure my regular readers can tell that I have a 3 1/2 year old who is learning letters! I’ve been on a mission to create a few new printable packets for him that don’t require a lot of writing.
Since my boy doesn’t gravitate to writing like some of my girls did, I need hands-on activities that don’t require writing as the feature of the worksheet.
I have a multitude of Alphabet worksheets and hands-on printables here at Mama’s, so make sure you browse around a bit!
Dab It! Alphabet Letter Worksheets
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I love worksheets that serve a variety of purposes. This set of alphabet letter worksheets does just that – there’s plenty of space to practice the focus letter, plus extra pictures that begin with the same sound.
Here are a few ideas for using these alphabet worksheets:
— Each worksheet features a large letter for your child to dab using a Bingo Dauber or Do a Dot marker. If you’re working on letter formation, make sure your child starts at the correct place on the letter (hint: the top!)
— Help your child “read” the sentence on each page. Point to each word as you read it slowly, then run your finger along the bottom and read the sentence fluently. This method helps pre-readers understand we read from left to right and that each word stands alone.
— Go over each of the pictures that begin with the same sound. Point out each of the letters that begin the word.
— Brainstorm other objects or people that begin with the same letter. Look around the room for objects, name your family members or church buddies, or even favorite cartoon characters that begin with the same sound.
— If your child isn’t a fan of Bingo Daubers (or you don’t have any at home!), you could also use coins, buttons, Skittles, or any other small object to practice forming the letters. A fun change of pace is a Q-tip dipped in paint inside of each circle.
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