Are your pre-readers learning the ABC’s this winter? Grab this free printable Polar Bear Letter Match Activity!
It is a fun, hands-on way for your preschoolers and kindergarteners to practice matching lowercase and capital letters.
This resource can be added to your Arctic animals or winter units and used as a literacy morning tubs or center.
Using interactive activities is not only an engaging way for your kids to learn concepts such as letter recognition.
But, it’s also a great activity for developing fine motor skills, hand and eye coordination, and much more.
Getting Ready To Do The Polar Bear Letter Match Activity:
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- 26 Polar Bear Lowercase Letter Cards
- 26 Iceberg Capital Letter Cards
What Else Is Needed:
- White Card Stock or Copy Paper
- Laminator and Laminating Pouches
- Velcro (Optional)
To prepare this letter recognition activity, fill out the form below and print the polar bear and iceberg letter cards.
Next, laminate the cards for extra durability and so your kids can use this activity over and over. Finally, cut all of the pieces apart.
As an option, you can attach a Velcro dot to the back of each polar bear and then put the other half of the dot on the iceberg so you preschoolers can easily put the cards together.
How To Do The Polar Bear Letter Matching Activity:
To begin this letter recognition activity, your preschoolers will pick a polar bear card and identify the lowercase letter on it.
They will then find the iceberg card with the matching capital letter and place the polar bear on the iceberg.
If your kids are just learning the ABC’s, start with just a few letters. As their letter knowledge increases, you can add more letter cards every time your preschoolers complete this activity.
This Polar Bear Letter Match Activity is a fun, hands-on way for your preschoolers to practice matching capital and lowercase letters.
More Polar Bear Activities:
Pair this activity with one or more of these books so your kids can learn all about polar bears.
National Geographic Readers: Polar Bears by Laura Marsh
Polar Bear, Polar Bear, What Do You Hear? by Bill Martin Jr.
Polar Bears by Gail Gibbons
You can also pair this resource with more themed resources like these:
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