If you have a young child just learning their letters, then you are going to love this collection of Letter Activities. There are some wonderful hands on ideas here that will get your child excited about learning. For more fun hands on learning ideas check out Sensory Word Hunt and Sidewalk Paint Word Tracing Game.
10 Letter Activities
Borax Crystal Letters from Mess for Less - Kids will be amazed as the watch the crystals form on these letters. You can make one for each letter of the alphabet.
Letter Matching Apple Tree Activity from Mom Inspired Life - Teach the alphabet with this activity which will allow kids to practice letter matching, letter identification and fine motor skills.
Alphabet Scavenger Hunt from Mess for Less - Kids will have fun moving and learning with this challenging scavenger hunt. This is a great activity to do outdoors.
Free A-Z Dot Papers from The Measured Mom - These dot sticker pages can be used with stickers, pom poms or do-a-dot markers. This is a great hands on way to learn letters.
Glowing Letters from Mess for Less - These letter activities not only helps with fine motor skills, but letter recognition and formation. The glowing makes it even more fun!
Jack and the Beanstalk Roll Say and Write from Pre-K Pages - This Jack and the Beanstalk fairy tale printable can help preschool and kindergarten students with letter identification.
Tissue Paper Letter Activity for Preschoolers from Life Over C's - Kids draw letters with glue and place the tissue paper on the letters. A fun activity that is easy to set up.
ABC Wood Slices from Growing Book by Book - Kids can learn the alphabet with these DIY wood slice alphabet blocks.
LEGO Letter Activity from Little Bins for Little Hands - Do your kids love LEGOS? They they will love these LEGO letter activities! Kids will have a chance to practice writing skills while writing letters.
Sensory Alphabet Hunt from Mess for Less - This activity helps bring messy, sensory play to letter learning.
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