There are so many ways to teach children the letters of the alphabet. Children learn the alphabet as the first step toward learning to read. These alphabet posters introduce kids to the uppercase alphabet, along with words with the same beginning sound.
They come in two sizes to suit your needs best. Grab a copy of this alphabet poster printable with beginning sounds pictures and start teaching the alphabet!
Alphabet Recognition for Preschoolers:
TEACHING LETTERS TO YOUNG CHILDREN
STUDENTS WORK ON THE 26 LETTERS OF THE ALPHABET AS THEIR FIRST EXPOSURE TO THE WRITTEN ENGLISH LANGUAGE.
In addition to specific letter and alphabet lessons, children need regular exposure to the alphabet. They need to see letters and learn the sounds before they can recognize them in words. These preschool letter posters are perfect for creating a bulletin board dedicated to alphabet and letter study.
You can also grab these coordinating beginning sounds picture cards to pair up with the posters to create a beautiful alphabet wall full of literacy-rich wall art.
How Can Preschoolers Learn Using Alphabet Worksheets?
There is no need to provide children with a worksheet as a lesson. These alphabet posters are a perfect tool to use for a hands-on active lesson.
- Trace the letters with finger or writing utensil.
- Read each word and emphasize the beginning sound.
- Cut apart the pictures and have students match them to the correct letter.
How Can Exposure to Letters Support Early Reading Skills?
Kids need to know their letters in order to learn letter sounds and eventually blend sounds together to form words. Besides providing some beautiful wall art, what else can these free alphabet printables pdf posters help with?
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- Choose whether you need the full-size or half-size posters for your teaching needs.
- Print and laminate the activity for durability.
Using the Free Alphabet Printable
Add the free printable alphabet posters to your literacy center! Kids can use these to write their letters, match letter manipulatives to the right poster and match correct pictures to each letter.
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Other Ways To Use the Preschool Alphabet Printable:
Letter Tracing Practice
Once laminated, kids can practice tracing the letters over and over with a dry erase marker.
Work on Beginning Sounds
Read the three words together then challenge kids to come up with some other words that begin with the same letter.
Provide a basket of simple pictures (or objects for a more engaging approach) and have kids match them to the right letter poster.
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