Make learning the ABC’s fun with summer with this 4th of July Letter Match Activity! Not only will your preschoolers practice matching capital and lowercase letters, but they will work on developing their fine motor skills too!
4th of July Letter Match Activity:
Your pre-readers can use this letter recognition activity independently or with a partner. It’s perfect if you are teaching summer school, hosting a camp, or looking for activities for your kids to do at home.
Getting Ready To Use The 4th of July Letter Match Activity:
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- 26 4th of July Capital Letter Cards
- 26 4th of July Lowercase Letter Cards
What Else Is Needed:
- White Card Stock or Copy Paper
- Laminator and Laminating Pouches
- Hole Punch
- Connect Links or Math Links
To get this alphabet activity ready for your preschoolers, click on the button below and fill out the form. Then, download and print the cards on white card stock.
Next, laminate the cards and cut them apart. Finally, punch holes on all of the black dots.
If your kids have just started learning the names of the letters, put the cards into groups so they can start with just a few. You can then add more as they learn the letters.
Finally, you can store the cards and links in a small box or bag for a no-prep, on-the-go activity.
How To Use The 4th of July Letter Match Activity:
For this letter activity, your children will select a capital letter card and identify the capital letter on it. Next, they will sort through the cards to find the matching lowercase letter.
After finding the match, your kids will then connect the two cards together using connect links or math links.
Your preschoolers will continue sorting, matching, and connecting the cards until they have matched all the capital and lowercase letters together.
This 4th of July Letter Match Activity is a fun way for your pre-readers to work on matching capital and lowercase letters. As they connect the cards together using links, they will develop their fine motor skills too.
Are There Other Ways To Use This Activity?
There are many different ways to use these letter cards. Your children can play matching games such as Memory or Go Fish.
You can also put hide the capital or lowercase letter cards around your house or classroom. Then, your kids can go pick a card from the other set and go on a hunt to find its match.
Pin It For Later:
Do you want to save this letter matching resource for later? Pin this to your alphabet activities board on Pinterest and it’ll be here for when you’re ready!
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