Letter knowledge—learning and understanding the alphabet—is one of the “big five skills” that lay a strong foundation for learning to read. Letter knowledge begins with letter recognition, and one of the most effective way to give kids a jump-start on this important pre-reading skill is through play. In the articles below, you’ll find lots of ideas and free a variety of printable activities to help develop your child’s letter knowledge.
Help your preschooler practice the alphabet with this delightful letter F craft!
E is for elephant–AND exciting, educational fun! Download our free printable craft!
If your little one loves ducks, don’t miss this D-elightful letter D craft!
Looking for pre-reading fun with the letter C? Download our free ABC Craft and help your preschooler develop important pre-reading skills.
B is for bee, and this activity is bursting with pre-reading fun! Download our free ABC Craft and help your preschooler practice the letter B!
A is for alligator—and awesome activity fun! Download this free ABC Craft and help your preschooler practice the letter A!
You’re going to love our FREE ABC Crafts series! There’s an animal-themed craft for every letter of the alphabet.
Is your preschooler ready to learn the alphabet? This post is jam-packed with letter recognition activities.
Learning the alphabet is an important step on the road to reading. This game is a fun way to practice the alphabet.
Help your child increase letter knowledge and develop phonemic awareness with this selection of alphabet picture books!
These tactile letter cards provide a great multisensory way for little ones to learn about the alphabet.