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Alphabet Wall Cards

Kids learning their ABCs need to be able to see alphabet letters frequently so they can see how to properly form their upper and lowercase letters!  Grab these super cute, free printable Alphabet Wall Cards to help preschool, pre k, kindergarten, and first grade students learn letters from A to Z.

Kids learning their ABCs need to be able to see alphabet letters frequently so they can see how to properly form their upper and lowercase letters!  Grab these super cute, free printable Alphabet Wall Cards to help preschool, pre k, kindergarten, and first grade students learn letters from A to Z.

Alphabet Wall Cards

As preschoolers, kindergartners, and grade 1 students learn their alphabet they need lots of help to remember how to form uppercase and lower case letters. It is important to have the alphabet displayed so students can easily reference it to help them gain the confidence they need to begin writing letters.  Simply download, print, and hang our alphabet wall cards for a handy reference tool. Don’t miss our free alphabet desk chart for an up close reference chart.
super cute Printable Alphabet Wall Cards

Printable Alphabet Wall Cards

Start by scrolling to the bottom of the post, under the terms of use,  and click on the text link that says >> Download <<. The pdf file will open in a new window for you to print and save. I suggest printing these alphabet cards in color on cardstock for durability.  Now cut each page in half to make two super cute, classroom alphabet wall cards. Use tape, blue tack (sticky tac), or your favorite adhesive to affix your abc printable to the wall.
NOTE: You can laminate if you wish, but we just print on cardstock and hang on the wall – they last for years.
Whether you are a parent, teacher, or homeschooler – you will love this free handy reference tool with super cute clipart.  I like to hang the alphabet letters as we learn them in a letter of the week type approach. Most classroom teachers prefer to hang all the letters from A to Z so students can use them as a reference writing letters or working on tracing sheets.
free printable abc flash cards are a fun way for toddler, preschool, pre k, and kindergarten age kids to learn their alphabet letters

ABC Flash Cards

Each of the free alphabet printables for wall includes a picture that starts with the same beginning sound as the featured letter (this is great for learning the sounds letters make, aka beginning sounds, and as an introduction to phonics).  The feature dpicture is also spelled out for kids to see the letters in words. TheABC Letters for Wall also prominently feature both the upper and lowercase letters as well as how to form the letters.

  • A is for apple
  • B is for box
  • C is for cat
  • D is for dog
  • E is for egg
  • F is for fox
  • G is for gift
  • H is for hat
  • I is for igloo
  • J is for jam
  • K is for kite
  • L is for leg
  • M is for map
  • N is for net
  • O is for octopus
  • P is for pig
  • Q is for queen
  • R is for rug
  • S is for sun
  • T is for tub
  • U is for umbrella
  • V is for vet
  • W is for web
  • X is for xray
  • Y is for yo yo
  • Z is for zipper

Alphabet Games

You can also use the alphabet wall cards printable as abc flash cards too. Either use them as large cards or print at 50% scale to make the alphabet flash cards the more traditional flashcard size.
  • Let students flip through them saying what sound each letter makes. For example the a on the letter a card is shown with an apple. The A says “a” as in apple.
  • Give students magnetic letters (alphabet puzzle pieces, scrabble tiles, etc) to match with the correct alphabet card
  • Take students on an alphabet hunt by giving them each one card and having them gather (or identifying) as many things that start with that same letter as they can find in your classroom, home, park, etc.
  • Put the the alphabet cards on the floor and have students jump from one letter to the next depdning on the letter, sound, or object you say.  So you could say jump on the letter p, what letter says p, or what letter does the word pig start with
  • Put the cards in alphabetical order from A-Z
  • Play a memory game by showing them the cards really quickly and then turning the cards over and have students let you know what letter cards are there.
  • For groups of kindys you can have them pass the card around a circle and have them each say the the O say ooo as they pass the card
  • Kids can say the alphabet sounds in silly voices
  • Play musical chairs except when they all sit on the flashcards have them each tell the group what letter / letter sound they have on the chair they are sitting in
Super cute alphabet coloring pages for kinderartners  FREE Sticker Alphabet Printables perfect for toddler, preschool, prek, and kindergarten age kids to practice in the fall  Princess-Cinderella-Color-by-ABC

ABC Printables

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Printable Flashcards

Look for more free flashcards? We have lots of choices to help you learn and review lots of math, science, and literacy skills!

Plus, don’t miss our most popular alphabet printables including our: Alphabet Coloring Pages, Alphabet Worksheets, Alphabet Printable Hats, Alphabet Playdough Mats,vAlphabet Do a Dot Printables, Fruit Loop Alphabet Printable Snack Mats, and printable alphabet crafts.

FREE Letter Flashcards - these alphabbet wallcards are great for hanigng on your wall or using to play a fun abc game with toddlers, preschoolers, and kindergartners. #alphabet #wallcards #alphabetprintable

Alphabet Cards for Wall

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