Fire pup to the rescue! Help the fire pup put out the fire by matching the capital and lowercase letters in the Firefighter Letter Matching Activity.
This simple activity is a fun way for your kids to practice learning the ABC’s during fire safety week or your community helpers unit.
As they clip the clothespins on the cards, your preschoolers and kindergarteners will also work on developing their fine motor skills.
Being able to identify letters by their shapes is an important building block for learning how to read.
With activities like this one, your kids will learn that some capital letters look similar but many are very different than the lowercase letters.
By practicing matching capital and lowercase letters, your students will develop their letter recognition and other pre-reading skills.
Getting Ready to Use the Firefighter Letter Match Activity:
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- 26 Fire Pup Letter Matching Clip Cards
What Else Is Needed:
- White Card Stock
- Laminating Pouches
To prepare this letter recognition activity for your young learners, click on the button below and fill out the form.
Next, download and print the clip cards on white card stock. You may also want to laminate the sheets before cutting them apart.
If you want your kids to be able to check their answers, mark a dot or put a sticker on the back of the card where the clothespin will be after they clip it.
After cutting the cards apart, put them in a small box or pouch with a few clothespins for an easy activity to set-up in your classroom.
How to Use the Firefighter Matching Letters Activity:
For this firefighter literacy activity, your young learners will select a card and identify the capital letter on it.
Next, they will look at the lowercase letters on the fires and find the one that matches the capital letter.
Your preschoolers and kindergartners will then clip a clothespin on the lowercase letter.
If you marked the answer on the back of the card, your children can flip it over and check to see if they clipped the clothespin on the correct spot.
Your students will continue matching and clipping the letters until they help the fire pup put out all the fires.
This community helpers-themed Firefighter Letter Matching Activity is a fun and easy way for your kids to practice identifying and matching capital and lowercase letters.
More Community Helper Activities:
If you are looking for more community helper-themed activities, here are some of our favorite books and activities for young learners.
Community Helper Books for Kids:
Reading these fiction and non-fiction books to your preschoolers and kindergarteners will help them learn more about community helpers.
National Geographic Readers: Helpers in Your Neighborhood by Shira Evans
Let’s Meet a Firefighter by Gina Bellisario
The Helpers in Your Neighborhood by Alexandra Cassel
Community Helper Literacy Activities for Kids:
With these themed activities, your students can practice letter recognition, fine motor skills, and much more.
Community Helpers Preschool Pack from Homeschool Preschool
Community Helper Hats from Books and Giggles
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Download the Firefighter Letter Matching Activity:
To get the printables for this firefighter letter matching activity, click on the button below and fill out the form.