Continuing with day 31 of the 31 Days of Free Printables today with some super fun free alphabet coloring pages. These are as print-and-go as you can get! We’ll be using these to keep Shiloh occupied while I work with the other kids or when I need a bit of quiet time. I have lots of great free hands-on printables to share with you, so grab a cup of coffee and take a good look around!
Materials Needed for the Free Alphabet Coloring Pages:
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Crayola 24 Count Crayons (6-Pack)Crayola Ultimate Crayon Collection, 152 Pieces, Art Set, GiftCrayola Silly Scents Twistables Crayons, Sweet Scented Crayons, 12 CountCrayola Colored Pencils, 50 Count, Adult ColoringCrayola Silly Scents, Washable Scented Markers, 12 Ct
Shiloh isn’t quite ready for learning the alphabet yet, but that doesn’t mean we shouldn’t get her used to seeing letters. Every letter that she sees right now is an “E”. At least to her anyway.
Plus, they can be used with older kids to practice fine motor skills since some of the coloring spaces are a bit small.
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To prepare: Print the alphabet coloring pages found below.
You can change the printer setting to print two on a page if you want to save ink and paper. This makes perfect size for individual alphabet books.
These coloring pages are great for building fine motor skills with the detailed lines, dots, stars, hearts and more. To work on fine-motor skills even more, the kids can cut out the letters after they have colored them and use them to build words, decorate a bulletin board, or play a matching game with the uppercase and lowercase letters.
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