Looking for printable letters? Today I’m sharing an entire lowercase set!
Have you seen my set of uppercase block letters? I use them with my preschoolers when introducing new letters and reviewing letter sounds. Today I’m sharing a lowercase set. You can use these in a variety of ways!
Four ways to use my free block letters
- Print a letter and have your child fill it with objects that start with the letter’s name. We filled our lowercase b with counting bears. For over 150 ways to fill the letters, see this post.
- Print the letter twice, once on regular paper and once on construction paper. Cut the construction paper letter apart and have your child put the puzzle together.
- Collect different objects from around the house that start with a certain sound and place them on the letter. You could also cut pictures from magazines, but this is more fun!
- Use the printable letter as a pattern to create a letter-themed craft. This magnet idea is from the popular craft series at Totally Tots. You’ll find a similar series at The Princess and the Tot. For a more child-centered craft series using lowercase letters, visit No Time for Flashcards.
Get your free set of printable letters HERE.
You might also like my beginning sounds coloring pages.
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