Kids will love alphabet practice when they use this LOW PREP, Free Construction Tracing Letters activity!
Construction Tracing Letters
I love LOW PREP, reusable activities when teaching young kids. These construction road alphabet strips are just that! Kids can practice tracing upper and lowercase letters again and again and again!
This is such a super cute alphabet activity to add to a kindergarten construction theme! Simply print the 6 pages in color. Then laminate not only to make them more durable, but also to make them reusable!
Upper and Lowercase Letters
Now cut apart the tracing strips! Simple, right? I told you I love LOW PREP alphabet tracing activities. Plus this one allows preschoolers and kindergartners to practice both upper and lowercase letters!
If you laminated the sheets, use a dry erase marker to trace the upper and lowercase letters.
If you didn’t laminate them, feel free to use a yellow or gray crayon, marker, pencil, etc. for this alphabet practice activity.
More Free Construction Theme Activities
If you are looking for more fun, hands on educational activities to add to your construction theme, we’ve go you covered! Practice counting with this fun Construction Counting to 20 Activity that uses foil or playdough as a hands on manipulative. Looking for another ABC game? Try this Free Tools Matching Upper and Lowercase Letters activity. Or grab these Free Construction Worksheets to practice a variety of math and literacy skills with a no prep activity for early learners.
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