After using the Magnetic Letter Sensory Bin to work letter recognition, your kids can practice matching letters using this Magnetic Letter Match Activity! It’s a fun, hands-on way for pre-readers to identify letters, explore their shapes, and build visual discrimination skills.
Magnetic Letter Match Activity:
Magnetic letters are one of my favorite manipulatives to use in my classroom and homeschool! You can use them in your letter, phonics, and sight word activities – just to name a few. For this letter recognition activity, I used the red and blue magnetic letters but you can use any set that you have on hand. If you don’t have magnetic letters, you can learn how to make magnetic letters using free printable letter cards and a few supplies.
Along with the magnetic letters, you will need a magnetic board or cookie sheet for this activity. I use the small cookie sheets from the Dollar Tree. They are easy for preschoolers to use and the perfect size for the letter matching cards.
Getting Ready To Do The Magnetic Letter Match Activity:
This post may contain affiliate links. Please read our disclosure here.
- 7 Magnetic Letter Match Cards
What Else Is Needed:
- White Card Stock or Copy Paper
- Magnetic Letters
- Magnetic Board or Cookie Sheet
To prepare this magnetic letter activity, click on the pencil below to automatically download and print the letter matching cards. I like to print my resources on white card stock because it is more durable. But, you can use copy paper too. Next, cut the cards apart. (There are two per page.) Each card has four letters on it except for one which only has two letters.
How To Use The Magnetic Letter Match Activity:
To begin this magnetic letter activity, your kids will pick a card and place it on a magnetic board or cookie sheet. Next, they will identify the first letter in the box and find the matching magnetic letter. Your children will then place it in the other box so they make a match with the letter on the card and the magnetic letter. Finally, your kids will continue to match the other letters on the card and the magnetic letters.
This interactive resource can be used as an independent activity for young children in any early childhood classroom or homeschool. To differentiate it for your students, have them match the lowercase letters on the cards with capital letter magnets.
This Magnetic Letter Match Activity is a hands-on way for your preschoolers to identify letters, explore their shapes, and build visual discrimination skills.
Pin It For Later:
Do you want to save this letter recognition resource for later? Pin this to your learning resources board on Pinterest and it’ll be here for when you’re ready!
You May Also Like:
Are you looking for fun, hands-on alphabet activities for your students to letter identification and formation? This bundle of interactive letter activities will help your students develop their fine motor skills, hand and eye coordination, hand muscle strength, and much more. Click on the pencil to learn more about the activities included in this bundle!
Download The Freebie:
Click on the pencil below to automatically download and print the letters!