Learning the alphabet – there are so many ways to do it! We are introducing a letter each week using A – Z Bible verse songs, letter magnets, fuzzy, textured letter cards and now this lovely, new set of ABC cards.
Do you have a pint sized Disney fan? Hang these beautifully hand painted printables on your wall or bulletin board to display the ABCs. It’s a decorative, eye pleasing way to introduce those all important symbols of language.
I color printed my cards and then laminated them so that my little princess can trace each letter with a marker, over and over. They are also perfect printed on cardstock.
Letter flash cards are available at dollar stores, but those are all made in China, small and either plain or obnoxiously colored. I love that these are made in the USA, hand painted by a homeschool mom, and customizable since you print them yourself. The prints are dreamy, watercolor images. Oh, and this wonder woman that created them is my sister.
The Many Little Joys has spelled out 23 unusual ways to use ABC cards! I especially love her fly swatter idea and the dump truck delivery ideas. We use a toy mailbox for our ABC card “delivery”. I have this post bookmarked for easy reference.
If you want to print two copies of your alphabet cards, you can use them to play memory match. This is a favorite game of my wiggly preschooler. The letters get reviewed while an exciting game is being played – an all around win.
While I am busy in the kitchen, I task my preschooler with looking through the pantry at the boxes and cans to try to find the letter of the week. Since she is holding the ABC card, she can identify both capital and lowercase letters.
This “C” is Cinderella, so I call her “cartoon Cinderella” to help make the connection to the sound. Of course, she could also be cooking and cleaning, caring, hard to catch, or wearing a costume. She could be catching a carriage or coach, changing clothes, or headed to a castle with a clock. You get the idea. Also note that you can print the ABC cards their original size or choose “fit to page” to make them larger (the size of a full sheet of paper).
I would love to hear the ways you use these gorgeous letter cards in the comments below!
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