Are you looking for a letter recognition resource for your preschoolers? Then, grab this free printable Penguin Letter Search Activity!
There are so many different ways to use this resource to make learning the ABC’s fun this winter!
Penguin Letter Search Activity:
One of the five pre-reading skills that your kids need to learn is letter knowledge.
Using hands-on activities like this one will help your preschoolers learn the letter names, shapes, and much more!
Getting Ready To Use Penguin Letter Search Activity:
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- 2 Penguin Lowercase Letter Search Worksheets
- 1 Penguin Lowercase Letter Search Mat
- 26 Fish Capital Letter Cards
What Else Is Needed:
For a reproducible activity:
- White Copy Paper
- Bingo Dauber (optional)
For a reusable activity:
- White Card Stock
- Laminating Pouches
- Small Manipulatives
To get this letter search activity ready for your preschoolers, click on the button below and fill out the form.
Next, download and print the worksheets on copy paper. Then, print the fish cards on white card stock.
How To Use The Penguin Letter Search Activity:
To start this letter recognition activity, your pre-readers will select a fish card and identify the capital letter on it.
Next, your kids will look for the matching lowercase letter on the penguin worksheet.
After your children find the correct letter, they will color it in with a crayon or mark it with a bingo dauber.
If your preschoolers are using the penguin mat or colored worksheet, they can cover the letters with small manipulatives like mini erasers, letter magnets, or pom poms.
Your kids will then continue to pick capital letter fish cards until they have found all the matching lowercase letters on the penguin mat or worksheet.
Your preschoolers can identify and match lowercase and capital letters this winter with this fun Penguin Letter Search Activity.
Extend The Activity:
There are many other literacy activities that your kids can do this winter. First, you can read penguin books like these:
National Geographic Readers: Penguins! by Anne Schreiber
If You Were a Penguin by Florence Minor
Penguins! by Gail Gibbons
You can also pair this resource with more penguin-themed activities like these:
Penguin Craft for Kids from Books and Giggles
Penguin Color By Number Printables from Homeschool Preschool
Pin It For Later:
Do you want to save this letter recognition resource for later? Pin this to your alphabet activities board on Pinterest and it’ll be here for when you’re ready!
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