Are your kids working on learning the ABC’s this spring? Then, grab this free printable Spring Letter Search Activity!
This themed letter recognition activity is a “bee-rific” way for your children to practice identifying and matching capital and lowercase letters.
Through this activity, your preschoolers and kindergarteners will also work on developing their visual discrimination and fine motor skills.
This alphabet activity is a hands-on way to reinforce the letter recognition skills that your kids are learning in your classroom or homeschool.
It can be an independent activity during literacy centers or morning tubs. You can use it as an intervention resource during small groups too.
Getting Ready To Use The Spring Letter Search Activity:
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- 2 Capital Letter Flower Search Worksheets
- 1 Capital Letter Flower Mat
- 26 Lowercase Letter Bee 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, scroll down to the bottom of this page and fill out the form.
Next, download and print the black and white worksheet on copy paper and the colored worksheet, mat, and letter cards on card stock.
Then, cut the cards apart and make copies of the worksheets for your students.
If you want your kids to reuse this activity, laminate the cards and worksheets or mat or place them in dry erase pockets.
How To Use The Spring Letter Find Activity:
For this letter find activity, your pre-readers will pick a bee card and identify the lowercase letter on it.
Next, they will look on the flower for the matching letter and color it with crayons or mark it with a Bingo dauber.
Your children can cover the letters with mini erasers, pom poms, or counters if you are using the colored worksheet or mat.
Your preschoolers and kindergarteners will continue to pick bee cards and find the letters on the flower until they have found them all.
Why Is Letter Recognition Important?
Your kids must know all of the letters of the alphabet and be able to identify their shapes and names to learn how to read.
Fun activities such as this one will help build your children’s letter recognition, visual discrimination, and other pre-reading skills.
More Spring Activities for Kids:
Add these activities to your lesson plans in March or April to help your kids learn about the season.
Spring Letter Sounds Clip Cards from Books and Giggles
Spring Color By Number Printables from Homeschool Preschool
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Download the Spring Letter Search Printables:
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