This Letter Recognition Sorting Activity is a fun, hands-on way for your preschoolers and kindergarteners to practice identifying, sorting, and matching letters.
When you are teaching letter recognition to your kids, it is important to provide them with activities like this one so they can practice what they are learning.
When connecting the cards together using the plastic links, your kids will also work on developing their fine motor skills, hand and eye coordination, and much more.
This letter recognition resource includes both capital and lowercase cards. There is also 6 letter sorting cards with different fonts for each letter of the alphabet.
Your kids can first practice matching lowercase letters. As their letter knowledge increases, they can work on matching lowercase letters to capital letters.
How To Use The Alphabet Sorting Activity:
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- 26 Capital Letter Cards
- 26 Lowercase Letter Cards
- 6 Capital Letter Sorting Cards (6 per Letter)
- 6 Lowercase Letter Sorting Cards (6 per Letter)
What Else Is Needed:
- Card Stock
- Laminating Pouches
- Hole Puncher
- Plastic Links
To get this resource ready for your children, fill out the form at the bottom of this page.
Next, download and print the cards on card stock. Then, laminate the printables and cut the cards apart.
After cutting the cards apart, use a hole puncher to punch a hole on all of the black dots
You can store the cards and the links together in a small bag or box.
Ways To Use The Letter Recognition Sort:
For this activity, you kids will select a letter card and identify the capital or lowercase letter on it.
Next, they will sort through the letter cards with different fonts and find matching letters.
When your children find a match, they will connect it to the letter card using a plastic link.
Your students will continue sorting through the cards until they find and connect all six to their letter.
If your preschoolers and kindergarteners are just starting to learn the letters of the alphabet, start with just a few cards.
You can introduce more cards every time they play as they learn the letters and become confident.
More Letter Recognition Activities:
Are you looking for more letter recognition activities? You may like these other printable resources too.
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These free printable alphabet activities will help your children practice the skills and concepts that they are learning.
Why Should Kids Practice Sorting Letters?
When your kids practice sorting letters, they will work on skills like matching, classifying, comparing, and much more!
As they recognize and describe the shapes of the letters, your children will also work on developing their visual discrimination skills.
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