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Simple Alphabet Books

If you’re just starting to teach the alphabet to your toddler, these books are perfect.  A free printable book for each letter of the alphabet!  To learn more about these little books and how to assemble them, click on the main image.  To get each individual printable, click on the letter.

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Sight Word Readers

So far I’ve shared 20 sets of sight word readers.  Beginning readers can use context clues, picture clues, and sight word knowledge to read these printable little books. You can learn about how to use them by clicking on the main image.

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These images will get you the post where each set of books is shared.  You’ll also find a variety of reading activities in each post.  Scroll down to the end of each post to download the readers.


Math Activities

In addition to these math printables, I share a variety of playful ways to learn about math with  items you may have lying around your house.  Visit my math page for all of my math activities organized by skill.


Word Family Printables

Browse these printables for activities to teach both short and long vowel word families. For more ideas for teaching reading, visit my Learning to Read Pinterest board.


Sight Word Games

I have a small collection of printable sight word games that I’ve used alongside my sight word readers.  You can find many more playful ways to learn sight words on my  Sight Word Pinterest Board.


Handwriting Pages

I teach my preschoolers to write the alphabet using a progression of easy to hard handwriting pages.  To learn more, visit my handwriting page.  


Beginning Sound Activities

Play Beginning Sound Blackout with eight different boards.  Call out a letter from the letter cards, and have your child cover the corresponding picture.  

For a simpler, slower-pace activity, print my beginning sound picture mats and cards. They start simple and build on each other as your child works through each mat. 

Beginning Sounds Coloring Pages

Click on each picture to get a beginning sounds coloring page.  To get the entire set in one download, visit the original post.


 Spelling Printables

I love to create spelling games for my daughter to use as we learn through Word Study (you can read my 5-part Word Study series if you’re curious about that!).


Spelling Lessons

Here you’ll find sample spelling lessons with printables. Even if your child is not in the within-word stage of spelling, these lessons will give you a flavor for how to teach spelling with word study.  If your child is in the within-word stage, you can start with these seven lessons and continue with the lists found in the book Words Their Way.


Dot Sticker Pages

We do these dot sticker pages to reinforce letter shapes and sounds.  They’re also great fine motor practice! Use dot stickers, round magnets, Do-a-Dot markers, round cereal, or make your own pom-pom magnets.  Find our growing collection by clicking on the image below.  The entire collection will be done by November.

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Printable books of rhymes and songs

These printable letter books are perfect for toddlers and preschoolers.  Each book contains six rhymes and/or songs for a particular letter of the alphabet. Find our growing collection by clicking on the image below.  All the books will be done by November.

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Finger Puppets


Other

 

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Comments

  1. carolyn gunn says

    I’m loving every thing that I’ve seen since I came across this website. Its a great ascess to me and how I plan on getting ready for the following year. Thanks Anna I only wish I could get all this information into one huge notebook… I think your work is great…I’m learning something useful every time I open up your website..

    • Anna Geiger says

      I’m so glad it’s been useful for you, Carolyn! You’ve given me inspiration… do you think it would be helpful for people to have an e-book of all my material, indexed? So for example if they’re looking for posts about reading, they could look that up in the download and click on the posts that pertain to it?

  2. joy says

    Hello, i just find your blog tonight . i like your website. Keep up your good work and best wishes to you and your family!!

  3. sharon says

    Is it okay if I make copies of the Summer Reading Challenge for my students? It is a wonderful idea, LOVE IT! I think it might inspire them to read over the summer. Your website is awesome and filled with such great ideas :)

    • Anna Geiger says

      Absolutely, Sharon! You are welcome to print and copy any of my printables for your students. I just ask that if another teacher would like to use them, that you direct them to my website to download the material instead of working off your copy. Thanks!

  4. Dilek says

    thank you for perfect web-side and so many god ideas! I am following you from Sweden far far away:))
    thanks again!

  5. Linda says

    I have used many of your ideas/printables for my great granddaughters who are living with me. I also am encouraging my other granddaughter to sign up for your newsletter since her girls are 1 & 2 and she can get a head start on what she will need later this year and in the future. Thanks for the great work, wish the home PC was around when I taught preschool back in the 70’s and 80’s. Well I guess they were but everyone did not have them LOL.

    • Anna Geiger says

      Hello, Linda! I’m so glad you’re finding things to use with the children in your life! And I’m with you on wishing the blogosphere had been around a few years ago. It was available when I started teaching, but it took so long to find things and they were not nearly as accessible. Technology can be an amazing blessing!

  6. says

    I just love your ideas. They are beautiful.
    I’m Portuguese and I’m the director of a preschool in East Timor (Southeast Asia). These are special children, as you may know, since this is a developing country which became independent only 12 years ago. Therefore, I always have to adapt your activities to our reality here.
    Thank you for inspiring me
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    • Anna Geiger says

      Hello, Clarisse! Thank you for educating me about East Timor. It sounds like you have a very special and challenging teaching situation there. I’m so glad you’re finding things here to help you out!

  7. Ally says

    I can’t see them on this page, but I also love your beginning sounds mats that go along with Reading the Alphabet from This Reading Mama.

  8. Jasmin says

    THANK YOU so much for all your great stuff. Thats just amazing. I’m preparing now all the time because I just finished university and I hope I can start teaching in september! :) Unfortunately I can’t use your english/alphabetic things because I live in Austria but I try to create some things on my own (you’re such an inspiration).
    All the best for you & you’re familiy!

    • Anna Geiger says

      Thank you so much, Jasmin! Congratulations on looking forward to that first year of teaching – so exciting! I’m sharing a free ebook next week designed for teachers of all types, but I think first year teachers will benefit the most. Thanks so much for reading!

  9. elyse says

    What an AMAZING list of resources! Thank you so much for sharing these :D
    I work in the Learning Support section of a reception-yr 12 school in Australia. I’m always looking for new activities to use with my students who need that little bit of extra practice in all subject areas. I was very excited to find your site. Looking forward to using the resources you’ve generously shared here! Thanks again :)

  10. Charlotte says

    Hi! I would like to ask where I can buy the hallow font that u used in this printable
    Thank you very much. Great website!

  11. Samantha says

    My son is only 16 months old, but I have been stressing over if he’s learning things at his “school” etc…I decided to hunt down some simple letters/color pages to work with him at home. I can not tell you how excited I was to find your site! THANK YOU for making it not only available, but easy to navigate as well!! I’ve already shared your site with a few friends and family members!

    • Anna Geiger says

      Hi Samantha! It sounds like your 16 month old already knows quite a bit! Our fourth is 2 1/2 and I have finally started working on letters a little more with him. I had more time with our oldest, and I got to it sooner with her. ;) I’m sure your little guy is doing great. :) I’m go glad you find my site and can find things to use! It’s been fun for me and helps me do more with my own kids, too. Thanks so much for passing it along!

  12. Christa says

    Thank you for making all these printables available! We are just starting homeschool preschool, you have so many great resources.

  13. Beth says

    I just came across your site today…I instantly fell in love. I’ve been looking for quite some time some material other than your basic letter cards to start teaching my almost 2 yr old son the alphabet among other things. Your site is so wonderful and full of information. Thank you for doing this!

  14. Charlett Steverson says

    This is by far the most resourceful site I’ve seen. I have a 4 year old daughter who is learning how to read and she love your books. I also have daycare and my preschooler enjoy the books as well. Thank you for taking out you precious time to create this site, it is very detailed and thought out.

  15. Tracy Schumacher says

    Thank you so much for all of your resources! I am currently a pre-k teacher and preparing to graduate with my BA in elementary ed. It can be so difficult to find GOOD teacher tools for the younger age group. With this in mind I was pleasantly surprised when I stumbled upon your page!

  16. prasanthi says

    I came across your blog while searching for ways to teach my 3 year old and i fell in love lol.I havent looked at the entire content but i bookmarked and would be visiting frequently for ideas to teach my son at home.
    Thank you for the effort in putting all these wonderful ideas at one place and they are very valuable for me.

  17. Patricia says

    Thank you so much for these printables. I had seen the milk cap letters and had started my collection but assumed I would need to create my own cards. I noticed you do not have cards for i and u are they coming soon? :)

    • Anna Geiger says

      Hi Patricia! I do plan to make milk cap letter sheets for all the short vowels. They are not on my immediate to do list, but hopefully within the next couple of months!

  18. renee says

    Thank you thank you. I am a teacher and a mother to three in Australia, and I love all the hard work and effort you have put into your resources.

    Thank you.

  19. Janet says

    Hi! I Just want to thank you for all your free printables , awesome ideas and useful information. Your site is truly a great teaching resource all at one spot!! I started using your printables and ideas to help my 4 year old in her writing and she enjoyed them :)) I know I’ll be coming back to your blog again and again….and I will definitely spread the word. May God continue to bless you and your work.

    • Anna Geiger says

      Thank you so much, Janet, for your kind comment and for spreading the word about my site. :) I’m so thankful for readers like you!

  20. Eve says

    Would you be able to keep me updated when you get the number tracing worksheet up. Thank you very much! Love your site also!!!

  21. Theresa says

    Hi Anna, Thanks for some great resources which I have found useful for my students with Special Needs. They are colourful and visually appealing to students who need visual & sensory stimulation. Easy to use for busy teachers. Thank You :-)

    • Anna Geiger says

      I understand, Janelle. However, I chose to use just uppercase because I created these for my toddler and wanted to keep things simple. I will be teaching him his lowercase letters later when he is ready. It’s easy for him to “read” the book himself when he has the large uppercase letter to identify rather than both, which could confuse him.

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