Looking for winter literacy activities for your kids? Grab this free printable Hat Letter Find Activity!
It’s a fun way for your students to practice identify and matching lowercase and capital letters.
Your can add this letter recognition activity to your morning tubs or literacy centers this January.
Before your kids can learn how to read, they need to know the letters of the alphabet by their shapes and names.
With this activity, your students will not only practice identifying letters on the cards and worksheet.
But, they will also work on visually discriminating between capital and lowercase letters as they find the matching pairs.
Getting Ready to Use the Hat Find the Letter Activity:
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- 2 Lowercase Letter Hat Worksheets
- 26 Capital Letter Winter Kids Cards
What Else Is Needed:
- White Card Stock or Copy Paper
- Laminating Pouches
- Bingo Daubers
- Small Manipulatives
To get this letter recognition activity for your students, fill out the form at the bottom of this page.
After receiving the email with the printables, download and print the color or black and white mat and the cards.
If you want your kids to reuse the worksheets and cards, laminate the printables. Then, cut the cards apart.
How to Use the Hat Letter Recognition Activity:
First, your preschoolers and kindergarteners will pick a card with a winter kid on it and identify the capital letter.
Next, they will look for the matching lowercase letter on the hat worksheets.
When your kids find find the letter on the hat, they will color it with Bingo dauber. They can also use crayons or markers.
If you laminated the worksheets, they can cover the letter with a small manipulative such as a white pom pom, play dough, or mini eraser.
Your students will continue to match capital letter on the cards to lowercase letter on the worksheets until they complete the activity.
This Hat Letter Find Activity is a fun way for your young learners to work on letter recognition this winter.
More Winter Activities:
If you are looking for more winter-themed activities for your students, these are our favorite books and literacy resources.
Winter Books for Kids:
You can pair these picture books with the resources to extend the activity and make learning fun.
The Hat by Jan Brett
Dr. Seuss’s Winter Things by Dr. Seuss
Winter Wonderland by Jill Esbaum
Winter Literacy Activities for Kids:
These themed activities are a fun way for your young learners to work on letter recognition, fine motor skills, and more this winter.
You May Also Like These Winter Morning Tubs:
Your preschoolers and kindergarteners will have fun learning with these themed Winter Morning Tubs!
From letter matching to shape recognition, your kids will work on a variety of important literacy and math skills.
Click on the picture to learn more about the 10 resources that are included in this bundle!
Download the Hat Letter Find Activity:
To get the free printable Hat Letter Find Activity emailed to you, fill out the form below.