We can never have too many fun letter resources and these alphabet activity books are a great way to help reinforce your child’s learning.
What you’ll need
Click on the following highlighted link to get your Alphabet Activity Books (A-E). They’ll be sent immediately to your downloads folder or other device equivalent.
They come in both US and Australian spelling versions, so choose which ones you want to use before you print!!
Making your alphabet activity books
They’re super easy, just follow the instructions included in the pack. All it takes is creating one slit in the paper, and then folding on the lines to create one 8-page book. The picture below that shows you how is taken from a Math 0-5 post. You can pop over there to find those very popular little math books. They’re free too!
Using these alphabet activity books
Each book follows the same format.
Page 1: cover – write their name and trace the letters correctly
Page 2: Trace the lower case letters
Page 3: Trace the upper case letters
Page 4: Colour each circle that contains the target lower case letter
Page 5: Colour each circle that contains the target upper case letter
Page 6: Colour the pictures that represent a word starting with the target letter. If you are not sure what the word is, check the list on the Beginning Sounds Pictures list included in the download.
Page 7: Write the target letter in the spaces to form words. Practice reading those words.
Page 8: Highlight the target letters in each sentence. Can they sound out any of the words? Can they recognize other letters? Read the sentence together a few times.
Want the whole set?
You can find the whole A-Z set at my Teachers Pay Teachers store.
More free alphabet books
Pop over to grab some alphabet emergent readers. Again, A-E are free!
I hope your little ones enjoy these books and wish you happy teaching and learning!