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Summer Letter Matching Puzzles

Grab your shades and practice matching capital and lowercase letters with these free printable Summer Letter Matching Puzzles!

Summer literacy activities like this one are a fun, hands-on way for your students to work on letter recognition this June and July.

Alphabet Matching Puzzles

Practicing matching capital and lowercase letters helps your kids recognize that letters can look different but still represent the same sound.

Recognizing both forms of letters strengthens their overall understanding of the alphabet, which is a key foundation for learning to read and write.

Getting Ready to Use the Summer Letter Matching Puzzles:

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What’s Included:

  • 26 Sunglasses Capital and Lowercase Letter Puzzles

What Else Is Needed:

To get these letter recognition puzzles ready for your kids to use, fill out the form below.

After receiving the email with the printables, download and print the puzzles on white card stock.

Alphabet Puzzles

Then, laminate the printables and cut the puzzles apart.

How to Use the Summer Letter Matching Puzzles:

First, your preschoolers and kindergarteners will pick a puzzle piece and identify the capital letter on it.

Letter Match Activity

Next, they will sort through the other pieces until they find the matching lowercase letter.

Letter Matching Activity

Your students will then put the two puzzle pieces together to create a pair of sunglasses.

If your kids are just starting to learn the letters of the alphabet, start with just a few puzzles pieces.

Letter Identification Activity

You can add more throughout the summer as their letter knowledge increases.

These Summer Letter Matching Puzzles are a fun way for your kids to work on letter recognition this season.

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Letter Recognition Activity

More Summer Literacy Activities:

If you are looking for more summer-themed activities, check out these picture books and literacy resources.

Summer Books for Kids:

Read these books with your preschoolers and kindergarteners to celebrate the season and keep them learning all summer long!

And Then Comes Summer by Tom Brenner 

I See Summer by Charles Ghigna 

The Night Before Summer Vacation by Natasha Wing

Summer Literacy Activities for Kids:

With these summer literacy activities, your students will work on identifying letter sounds, CVC words, and much more.

Summer Beginning Sound Puzzles

Camping Letter Maze Worksheets

Summer CVC Cut & Paste Activity

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You can also use these fun, hands-on morning tubs for preschool to keep your students learning all summer long.

Click on the link or the picture to learn more about the activities that are included in this resource!

Download the Summer Letter Matching Puzzles:

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