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FREE Hamburger Alphabet Puzzle

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Kids will love this yummy, free printable, Cheeseburger themed Alphabet Puzzle! It is great for helping prek and kindergartners practice matching letters.

FREE Hamburger Alphabet Puzzle - these SELF CORRECTING, super cute summer abc puzzles are a fun way for preschool and kindergarten age kids to practice upper and lowercase letter matching. #alphabet #preschool #kindergarten

Alphabet Puzzle

Preschool and kindergarten kids will love these summer themed self-correcting alphabet puzzles! Looking for a fun way to reinforce and practice alphabet lower and uppercase matching skills? These puzzle cards will have kids identifying the letters and finding their identical match or lower to uppercase match. The puzzles are self-correcting, meaning that the kids will know if their match is correct right away, perfect for independent practice and morning tubs.

To prepare:

  • A4 paper
  • Printer
  • Scissors
  • Laminator

Print two sets of these puzzles and laminate them for durability. There are two versions of these puzzles; upper to uppercase match and upper to lowercase match. Print any set you wish according to the needs of your group of students. Cut out the puzzles and make sure each set is separated for easy play.

This alphabet puzzle is almost too good not to eat!

ABC Puzzle

Use these puzzles to help kids develop letter identification skills and strengthen their letter knowledge. Kids need to master their letter sounds and identification as it is a critical component to prepare them for reading. Introduce the puzzle cards and show the kids that these cards are self-correcting, meaning if the cards don’t link easily this means the match is incorrect. You could possibly have your pre-schoolers work on identical letter to letter matching skills and the kindergarteners to work on upper to lowercase matching skills. A great way to work on these puzzles is to create a competition where the kids have to find and match a certain number of puzzle cards to win the game. This game is simple enough for preschool kids aged 3 and over and well as for kindergarten kids!

Super cute, summer themed abc puzzles for preschoolers and kindergartners.

This game can also be played as a group, It’ll be even more enjoyable to have the competition game played between groups. If it’s a group of kids working on a set of puzzles, you can either choose a number of letters to work on or the whole set.

 

More FREE Alphabet Printables

FREE Ice Cream Cone Alphabet Tracing - this is such a fun alphabet activity for preschool and kindergarten age kids to help them practice tracing letters with a fun summer theme #alphabet #preschool #kindergarten  Fun to complete bingo markers alphabet worksheets for preschool and kindergarten Free Seed letter find worksheets for kindergartners for spring or summer learning

Now that kids can match upper and lowercase letters, help them practice writing alphabet letters too with these FREE Ice Cream Cone Alphabet Tracing activity. These Bingo Marker Alphabet Worksheets offer a different approach for practicing forming upper and lowercase letters. Another fun activity for helping kids practice letter recognition are these Free Seed Letter Find Worksheets.

 

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Yara

Yara is the founder of Sea of Knowledge and an ESL teacher with a passion for making learning fun and engaging. She loves creating fun activities that children and learners can benefit from.

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