Matching uppercase and lowercase letters has never been fun! This fun activity is just perfect for the holiday season.
I prefer to copy onto cardstock and then laminate so the pieces will last longer. I like to keep everything in a clear zippered pouch that you can purchase from your local Dollar Tree stores.
Pages of uppercase and lower case letters to trace and color and numbers 1-10 on one page and 11-20 on another to trace and color. Use in the classroom or at home.
The next letter in our lowercase series. This pack has pages to color, trace, cut and glue.
The next letter in our lowercase series.
A reminder as to the best way to introduce the lowercase letters:
1.l, t, i
2. c, k, o, p, s, v, u, w, x, z
3. h, n, m, r, b
4. a, d, g, q
5. e, f, j
6. k, y
Here is the next letter in our lowercase series. Don’t forget to keep reintroducing the uppercase letters and the lowercase letters that we have previously gone over.
Here is the next letter in our lowercase letter series. Remember to revisit the past lowercase letters and the uppercase letters to keep them fresh in the child’s mind.
Here is our next lowercase letter packed inside pages of fun!
Here is the next letter in our lowercase series. Repetition is key so remember to practice all the past letters as often as possible.
The next letter in our lowercase series is the letter “i”.
Don’t forget to keep using the uppercase letters and the lowercase letters that we have started.
Here is our next lowercase letter. You will notice that most of our pages are the same as the uppercase pages. This is to help your young one become familiar with the words that the letters represent.