Looking for preschool activities that will help your child or students learn the alphabet? We’ve got them all right here!
We’re all looking for hands-on, creative activities that our preschoolers will love. But it’s easy to be overwhelmed by the hundreds of activities we find when we’re searching Pinterest!
Are you teaching your preschooler at home?
Many of you have told me that you’re unsure how to structure your home preschool. You’ve searched the Internet and found hundreds of printables, crafts, and worksheets. You’ve browsed my huge collection of alphabet activities.
But you’re not sure what to choose or even where to begin!
Perhaps you’re a preschool teacher.
You need book recommendations, learning center ideas, math activities, and the very best free printables. But you don’t have time to spend hours searching for them.
I have great news!
I’ve organized the very best preschool activities into daily lesson plans perfect for kids ages 2-5! Download this ebook and have countless hands-on, creative learning activities right at your fingertips. Follow the daily schedule or use the book as an enormous resource.
The book itself is available only as a pdf download, but after you download it, you can print it yourself and have it bound professionally at a Staples, FedEx, or other office store. I’ve designed the ebook to include shortened links so you can access all the links even with a printed copy.
Here’s what others are saying!
“This book is a must-have resource for any preschool teacher (in the classroom or at home)! The hands-on activities included for each letter make it easy to modify teaching the alphabet for any learner.
The appendix alone is overflowing with resources including read aloud books, science activities, and fine motor activities to extend letter learning. I highly recommend The ABC’s of Preschool!”
— Becky, reading specialist and creator of This Reading Mama
“The ABC’s of Preschool is a resource that’s not to be missed! This resource is very well organized and easy to implement at home or in a classroom. There are so many great hands-on and engaging activities in the book. I am blown away by its contents and can’t wait to share it with others!”
— Angela, former teacher and creator of Teaching Mama
“Learning the alphabet should involve repeated interaction with letters. This book is jam packed full of creative resources that help kids interact in fun and playful ways. A must-have book for parents and teachers who want to help kids learn the alphabet.”
— Jodi, former teacher and founder of Growing Book by Book
“The ABC’s of Preschool renewed my excitement for teaching my second child this coming year. I was stressed out over the additional research it would take to teach two very different boys. Not anymore! Anna has put together a treasure trove of ideas.
I am so excited to begin doing letter of the week with my little one! What a relief to know he won’t suffer from having a burned-out Mommy!”
— Kate, former kindergarten teacher, now homeschooling mom
Looking for more details?
When you purchase the book, you’ll get the digital files sent right to your e-mail. Download the files and save them to your computer. They’ll be available any time you need them!
- The difference between crafts and process art (and how to find the proper balance)
- Fine motor skills for preschoolers
- How to teach math in preschool
- Gross motor skills that preschoolers need
- The importance of sensory play
- Why it’s important to do many whole alphabet activities
- The value of reading aloud
- Letters A-Z
- Each letter has four days of lessons.
- Each day’s lessons take an estimated 20-40 minutes.
- Each week’s lessons include a book list, crafts, process art, math connections, multi-sensory activities, whole alphabet learning, a name activity, and both fine and gross motor fun – PLUS a huge variety of printable activities.
- Appendix (with links to even more of the very best preschool activities!)
- Alphabet crafts
- Process art ideas
- Fine motor activities
- Math ideas
- Science experiments
- Dramatic play centers and ideas
- Name activities
- Whole alphabet activities
- Sensory play ideas
- Letter formation ideas
- Snack and meal ideas
- Letter of the week book lists (easy to print!)
- Alphabet books
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