Alphabet Letters and 2D Shapes Link  Play dough Letter Mats  Worksheets/Activities

This resource contains a set of 26 lower case letters with 2D shapes…
Alphabet playdough mat for each letter with a picture beginning with the letter sound.

If you are teaching or have taught letters and 2D shapes, here are some extra resources for your pupils to colour in and/or cut out and stick into their workbooks or on a separate sheet of paper.

The letters are on whole pages in two sizes - A4 and 8.5 x 11".

Suggested Uses:

  • Children colour in the shapes and the background and then they can draw things beginning with that letter.
  • Children colour in the shapes only and then cut around the letter and stick into their workbook.
  • You could cut out the letter and stick into their workbooks or on a separate sheet of paper with handwriting guidelines for children to practise writing the letter and then colour in.
    Extension: After colouring in the letter, children can list the shapes they see and the more able can put them into abc order.
  • Laminate the alphabet mats for children to use playdough to model the letters.

2D Shapes: square, circle, triangle, oval, rectangle, diamond, star, heart, crescent, pentagon and trapezium or trapezoid.

Hope you find this resource useful.

You may be interested in the free sample which only has lower and upper case letters A B & C.
https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/alphabet-letters-and-shapes-worksheets-cut-and-paste-12150086

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  • Lower-case-letters-Playdough-A4-S.pdf
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Created: Jul 3, 2019

Updated: Jul 30, 2019

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