Alphabet Bracelet for Letter Recognition

These simple alphabet arm bands or bracelets are a fun way to offer your students letter recognition, handwriting practice and exposure to phonetic recognition. This also integrates scissor practice as well.

These alphabet bracelets are a fun way to practice letters! Tracing and beginning sounds for every letter!

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MATERIALS NEEDED FOR THE ALPHABET BRACELETS:

Card Stock or Scrapbook Paper | Coloring Utensils | Scissors | Glue

Pages 4-29 are formatted with three copies of one letter per page. This is helpful if you are printing for a full class.

These alphabet bracelets are a fun way to practice letters! Tracing and beginning sounds for every letter!

Pages 30-38 are formatted with one copy of three letters per page. This is helpful for smaller classes and home schools to limit excess printing.

To assemble:

Have students cut on the dotted lines around the bracelet and two pictures.

Glue the pictures to the squares on the bracelet and then glue the bracelet end to end where it is marked.

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