Kids are going to love this fun, hands on letter recognition activity! For this free printable alphabet activity all you need with the pdf file with the template and a hole punch. This Alphabet Hole Punch is a low prep activity for preschool pre k, kindergarten, and first grade where student will punch all the featured alphabet letters to work on letter discrimination while strengthening fine motor skills. This free printable hole punch activities is a favorite abc game in our house!
Free Printable Hole Punch Activities
This Alphabet Hole Punch Alphabet Game is such a fun way for kids to practice letter recognition and work on visual discrimination as they seek out all the upper and lowercase letters. This alphabet I Spy activity is sure be not only engaging, but super helpful for preschoolers, kindergartners, and grade 1 students learning their letters from A to Z. Whether you are a parent, teacher, or homeschooler this Free Printable Hole Punch Activities is a great way to learn your letters as extra practice, summer learning, supplement activity or at a literacy center in your classroom. Don’t miss all our alphabet activities
Alphabet Hole Punch
Hole Punch activities for kindergarten
All you need for this fun letter recognition activity is to print the black and white pages in the file. Now cut in strips so there is only one featured letter per strip. You can leave all the free alphabet cards in a stack for your children to work through or just use a featured letter of the week at at time.
The activity is in blackline to save on printer ink costs. Set out the alphabet strips with a whole punch. You may also want to provide crayons, markers, or colored pencils for students to color the cute clipart that starts with the same beginning sound as the featured letter. This is a great way to begin introducing phonemic sounds as children learn their ABCs.
Hole punch activity preschool free
Give your student a strip at a time. They will identify the picture, trace the word, and identify the beginning letter sound.
They they will punch out both the upper case and lower case letters that match the first letter of that picture. (great for letter recognition)
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