Learning the ABC’s is so sweet with this Cookie Letter Order Activity!
Your pre-readers will bake some scrumptious-looking cookies as they practice putting letters in alphabetical order.
Cookie Letter Order Activity:
This interactive letter activity can be used in any early childhood classroom or homeschool.
You can add it to your dramatic play area with oven mitts and spatulas for even more fun!
Why Is Learning Letter Order Important?
Learning letter order is important because it is a skill that we often use throughout our lives from finding a book in a store or library, using the table of contents in a non-fiction book, and searching for a contact’s name on a phone.
Learning letter order also helps children with their spelling skills, word work, and more!
Getting Ready To Use The Cookie Letter Order Activity:
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- Cookie Sheet Picture
- 26 Capital Letter Cookie Cards
- 24 Letter Order Milk Cards
What Else Is Needed:
- White Card Stock or Copy Paper
- Laminator and Laminating Pouches
To get this letter activity ready for your preschoolers, click on the button below and fill out the form.
Then, download and print the cookie sheet, cookie cards, and milk cards.
Next, laminate the printables so your kids can use this resource over and over.
Finally, cut out the cookie sheet, cookies cards, and milk cards.
For this activity, you can also use a real cookie sheet instead of the picture.
You can attach magnets to the back of the cookie cards to help your pre-readers keep the letters in place too.
How To Use The Cookie Letter Order Activity:
To begin this alphabet activity, your kids will pick a milk card and say the names of the letters on it. For example, they may pick the card with “K” and “M.”
Next, your preschoolers will place the first letter on the card (the “K”) on the left-hand side of the cookie sheet.
They will then place the second letter on the card (the “M”) on the right-hand side of the cookie sheet.
After putting the letters on the cookie sheets, your pre-readers will sort through the cookie letters and find the one (the “L”) that goes in between the two letters. They will then place the letter on the cookie sheet.
Your preschoolers will continue practicing letter order until they have used all of the milk cards.
This Cookie Letter Order Activity is a fun, hands-on way for your preschoolers and kindergartners to practice letter recognition and letter order!
Pin It For Later:
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