If you're looking for something to keep your kindergarten or pre-schooler busy during Easter break, these FREE Alphabet Tracing Printables and Alphabet Bingo Cards will keep the kids busy but also a great way to practice letter recognition. Fine-motor skills are being used too! Read on to see how you can get your FREE Alphabet Tracing Printables and Alphabet Bingo Cards!
Free Alphabet Tracing Printables
The FREE Alphabet Tracing Printables come in upper case letters. Print as many pages as you want when you want. If you want to concentrate on one letter per day, print a few pages of that letter. I recommend laminating if you'd like to recycle and use them over and over again. A grab-and-go activity that can be taken anywhere!
To download your Free Alphabet Tracing Printables, click here.
Alphabet Bingo Cards
The coordinating Alphabet Bingo Cards are the perfect way to continue practicing letter recognition. The ten bingo cards and calling card pdf can be printed out on 8.5 x 11 letter-sized paper or cardstock. I find that printing them on cardstock, they are more durable. Each bingo card has 25 letters on each card.
You may ask how do you play Alphabet Bingo? As Bingo is for all ages, this set of bingo cards would be ideal for those that are learning or practicing letter recognition. Give each child a bingo card. Up to ten can play. Once the calling cards are cut, choose a letter one at a time. The child can place a marker on the letter. A bingo dauber can also be used. Depending on age, you can try different patterns, cover all, or the typical vertical, horizontal, or diagonal cover-up. Once Bingo is called, clear the card and play again! 🙂
To download the ten Alphabet Bingo Cards, click here.
Alphabet Wall Art
The cute and coordinating Alphabet Wall Art can be hung up in your child's room or a nursery. To download, click here.
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