Learning the ABC’s is “dino-mite” with this Dinosaur Letter Recognition Activity!
Your future paleontologists will have fun naming the capital and lowercase letters as they bravely feed the dino!
Your kids can use this letter recognition activity independently or in a small group in early elementary classrooms, homeschools, or childcare centers.
You can add this to your dinosaur-themed centers. Or, use this resource for fun with your kids who love dinosaurs!
Getting Ready To Use The Dinosaur Letter Recognition Activity:
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- Dinosaur to Feed
- 26 Capital Letter Bones with Meat
- 26 Lowercase Letter Bones with Meat
What Else Is Needed:
- White Card Stock or Copy Paper
- Paper Bag or Cardboard Box
To get this alphabet activity ready for your students, fill out the form below.
Next, download and print the dinosaur and pieces of meat.
If you want your kids to reuse this activity, you may want to laminate the dinosaur and pieces of meat. After laminating, cut out all the pieces.
Then, tape or glue the dinosaur on a paper bag or cardboard box (such as a small tissue box) and cut its mouth out.
How To Use The Dinosaur Letter Recognition Activity:
For this letter activity, your preschoolers will select a piece of meat and identify the capital or lowercase letter on it as they “feed” it to the dinosaur.
If your pre-readers have just started learning the names of the letters, start with just a few capital or lowercase letters.
After they can confidently identify those letters, add a few more letters every time your kids play.
This Dinosaur Letter Recognition Activity is a fun, hands-on way for your pre-readers to practice naming capital and lowercase letters.
How Can I Differentiate This Letter Recognition Activity?
After your kids know all of the letter names, they can practice saying the sound that each letter makes as they feed the dinosaur.
They can also practice finding the letters and spelling their names, sight words, and CVC words. This alphabet activity can easily be differentiated for all your learners!
More Dinosaur Literacy Activities:
Use this resource to add a literacy activity to your prehistoric unit or just for fun for your future paleontologist.
Dinosaur Books for Kids:
You can also pair this activity with a fiction or non-fiction dinosaur-themed books for even more learning.
Oh Say Can You Say Di-no-saur?: All About Dinosaurs by Bonnie Worth
How to Catch a Dinosaur by Adam Wallace
Dinosaur Activities for Kids:
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Download The Dinosaur Letter Recognition Activity:
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