These letter recognition worksheets give the teacher the opportunity to assess the students’ knowledge of the alphabetic letters. The worksheets can be used again in your classroom or at home provided they are laminated or printed exactly as they are. These worksheets are a great approach for kids in toddler, preschool, pre-kindergarten, and kindergarten to learn recognizing uppercase and lowercase letters.
This Busy Binder is perfect for homeschool, preschool or kindergarten. You may also use it for classroom activities. This busy binder contains fun activities that covers the following: (25 pages) line tracing Identifying ALIKE objects Identifying BIGGEST object Number ordering Writing the missing numbers Counting and coloring Counting puzzles Color Matching Color mazes
Use this resource to keep your early years child busy and learning in the event that their school is closed. It contains engaging and challenging activities that encourage children to practice writing and master the alphabet sound. (35 pages) These worksheets start with S-A-T-P–I-N. Well, these letters and more importantly the sound they make, appear in many basic ‘sound out’ words. So not only can we teach the letter names and sounds, we can start to put them all together in words. So with SATPIN we can make at, sat, pat, pan, tan, tin, pin, sin, tap, and sap. A good start to reading
All About Color Activities for Kindergarten is designed for easy printing to help students learn their colors. It is a fun and fantastic way of introducing colors to them. Your little ones will be excited to think what objects are inside the house. House of Colors includes set of cards and house pockets (10 colors plus black and white template) and worksheets that your students will surely enjoy. Enjoy! Cat’s Haven
Fishing Game (Color Fishing, Number Fishing, Alphabet Fishing) This UPDATED fishing game includes a set of 12 brightly colored fish, a set of numbers 1-10, and a set of alphabets from A-Z. This is a fun learning activity for children to develop colors, numbers, and alphabet letter recognition! How to use: Print out all pages on white hard-bound paper. 2.Cut out and laminate each fish for durability. 3.Attach a paperclip near the mouth of each fish. 4.Make a fishing rod by attaching a string to a wooden stick and placing a magnet at the end of the string. How to play: The students will use the fishing rod to pick up each fish by attaching the magnet to the paper clips. They are to identify the color/number/alphabet shown on each fish. Place them into baskets. Enjoy!
Try out these 62 pages printable phonics worksheets that help the early learners master the alphabet sound. It is perfect for morning work or homework. This includes penmanship worksheets, coloring, and beginning sound identification. There is no preparation needed. Just print and go. Enjoy! Blessings!:)
Children can use the short vowel worksheets in this set to practice the short vowel sounds. Your children will swiftly advance their knowledge and abilities using worksheets created just for each vowel. Have fun!
Step-Up Game (Letter names, letter sounds, & number recognition Games) This interactive visual Step-Up game is designed to assist kids in learning to recognize numbers, letter names, and sounds.
Rhyming Games and Worksheets Looking for a resource to teach rhymes to students? This is a fun and interactive way you can use to teach rhyming words to preschoolers. Your kids may practice their rhyming abilities with this rhymes games and worksheet. When using rhyming worksheets, such as this one, it may be beneficial to encourage kids to say the words aloud to determine whether they rhyme. This will help them understand which words rhyme with other words and recognize the various sounds that make them rhyme. Young children can benefit from being taught rhymes that explain how to spell particular words. A youngster should be able to spell additional words like “mat,” “bat,” and “sat” if they know how to spell “cat” and that it rhymes with those terms.