Your preschoolers and kindergarteners will have a “ball” with this free printable Cat & Yarn Letter Match Activity!
It’s a low-prep, hands-on way for them to practice learning the ABC’s and celebrate their furry friends.
You can add the balls of yarn to a sensory bin to create a fun-filled activity your pre-readers will love!
Cat & Yarn Letter Match Activity:
This letter recognition resource can be used as an independent activity in any early childhood classroom or homeschool.
You can store the cards in a pencil box or pouch for a quick activity that is easy to set up and use or take on the go.
Getting Ready To Do The Cat Letter Matching Activity:
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- 26 Cat Capital Letter Cards
- 26 Yarn Lowercase Letter Cards
What Else Is Needed:
- White Card Stock or Copy Paper
- Laminating Pouches
To prep this alphabet activity for your kids, fill out the form below. Then, download and print the cats and yarn cards.
Next, laminate the cards so your students can use this activity again. Finally, cut out the cats and yarn.
How To Use The Cat Letter Matching Activity:
For this letter recognition activity, your preschoolers and kindergarteners will pick a cat card and identify the capital letter on it.
Next, they will sort through the ball of yarn cards to find the one with the matching lowercase letter. Your kids will then give the cat the yarn ball.
Your pre-readers will continue sorting and matching the lowercase and capital letters together until all of the cats have their balls of yarn.
If your children are just starting to learn the ABC’s, start with a few letters. As their letter knowledge increases, you can add more cards every time your preschoolers do this activity.
With this Cat & Yarn Letter Match Activity, your preschoolers and kindergarteners will have a “cat-tastic” time as they practice matching lowercase and capital letters!
How Can I Extend This Learning Activity?
There are many ways that you can extend this activity. You can read cat-themed books like these:
If You Give A Cat A Cupcake by Laura Numeroff
National Geographic Readers: Cats by Joan Galat
Kitty Cat, Kitty Cat, Are You Waking Up by Bill Martin Jr.
You can also pair this resource with cat activities like these:
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Download the Cat & Yarn Letter Match Activity:
To download and print this letter matching activity for your kids, fill out the form below.