Alphabet Uppercase/Lowercase Letter sorts

Do you have emergent readers? This packet may be just what you are looking for! Students will have fun practicing their uppercase and lowercase alphabet skills with these fun alphabet sorting activities! It will also build their letter recognition between different fonts.

beginning sounds sort

There are two versions are provided for maximum versatility: Color or Black & White!

Option #1: Print In Color For Center Use

Material List:

Laminating Pouch

This print in color option is great for a center. My suggestion is to laminate each sheet when using this for a center. Simply laminate the whole page and then cut out the letters at the bottom. Store in an envelope or baggie for use in your word work centers.

Extra Fun Tip: You could add Velcro circles to each side so that when the child places the small squares onto the sheet they will stay in place.

letter b sort

Option #2: Print B&W For Morning Work, Take Home, Etc.

Material List:

Crayons (Optional)

The second option is to print in black and white. Print in black and white to use as morning work, take-home or a fast finisher activity. This option allows for coloring as well as cut & paste.
You can also use it as a center if you prefer.

If laminating is not an option, but you would like to use it for a center my suggestion is to simply place one of the pages into a protective sleeve such as a page protector, plastic pocket or an unsealed individual laminating pouch. This will allow you to have color without the additional cost of laminating each page.

letter d sort

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