Are you looking for a set of free Alphabet Posters that your kids can use to learn the letters? Then, you’re in the right place!
One pre-reading skill that your children need before they can learn how to read is letter knowledge. They need to learn not only the lowercase and capital letters of the alphabet, but pre-readers also need to know the sound that each letter of the alphabet makes. You can use these alphabet posters as a visual to help your kids make the connection between what letters looks like and their names. There is also a picture on every poster so they can begin to learn the sounds too.
You can hang these poster up in your children’s bedroom, playroom, or homeschool room so they can become familiar with the alphabet and refer to them when they are learning.
Getting Ready To Use The Alphabet Posters:
There is for one poster for each of the 21 consonants. There are also two posters for each vowel. One poster has a picture to represent the short vowel sound and one that shows the long vowel sound.
To prepare these letter posters, click on the pencil below to download and print them on card stock. Then, laminate the posters for extra durability.
Ways To Use The Alphabet Posters:
There are so many different ways that you can use these alphabet posters! Here are just a few of our favorites…
1. As you and your kids sing the alphabet song, your kids can point to each letter poster. This will help them make a connection between what the letter looks like and its name. For even more fun, have your kids use a special pointer!
2. You can make your kids an alphabet book by putting the posters in a three-ring binder or spiral bind them together. Your children can then use their alphabet book as a reference or just flip through on their own.
3. When your children learn the letter sounds, you can have them practice identifying the letter that makes that sound. Simply, say a sound and then have your children point to the letter or slap it with a fly swatter.
4. Using a sand or salt tray, your children can look at the posters and then practice writing the letters. This will help your kids practice the letter formations and get ready to write.
5. If you print 4 of the alphabet posters on one page, your children can use them flashcards. You can use a hole punch to punch a hole in corner of each card and then put them onto a ring. Your children can use their flashcards throughout the day when they play.
Use these Alphabet Posters as a visual resource as your kids learn the letters of the alphabet and gain letter knowledge. Learning the alphabet will help your kids develop one of the pre-reading skills that they need before they can learn how to read.
Pin It For Later:
No time to print these now? Pin this to your Alphabet board on Pinterest and it’ll be here for when you’re ready!
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Download The Freebie:
To get the alphabet posters for free, click on the pencil below to download and print.