These simple letter find pages are just the thing for young learners!
Are you teaching letter recognition to very young learners?
It’s hard to find just the right activity.
After all, most of what you’ll find online are worksheets (not a great plan, especially for kids who are struggling to hold a pencil). Or you find something more pedagogically sound, but it’s too challenging.
I hope this newest printable solves the problem!
At a reader’s request, I created these very simple letter find pages. Perfect for our youngest learners!
Simply have your learner look at the featured letter in the center of the page. Then s/he covers the five matching letters. It’s okay if your learners don’t know the letter names yet. Matching is a first step.
But certainly talk about those letter names as they work!
Since there are exactly five letters on each page, your learner knows to use exactly five poker chips to complete the activity. (If your learner can’t count five objects it’s not a problem. Just make sure you have exactly five chips available for the activity.)
The bundle includes lowercase letters as well.
And both the upper and lowercase pages are also included in black and white.
Will your learners benefit from these simple letter find pages?
Get your free simple letter find pages!
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Thank you for the great materials.Its really helpful, much appreciate?.
Chantu T So
Thank you for the printable. I will use them for this school year.
Thank u so much for this helpful printables ur sharing us…appreciated much
Good morning Anna
All the way from South Africa :). I would like to thank you for these amazing resources. My children are going to school but I firmly believe in assisting them – especially as there are so many children in a class (and they are wanting to add more). The teachers are amazing but us as parents have a responsibility too and your worksheets are just perfect – my kids love them! I have given worksheets to their teachers when they have had other children who are struggling so they really are being used.
Thank you so much for all your time and effort in putting them together!
I’m so glad you can use them, Cindy!
Thank you for the printable, I will use them this new school year.
I just wanted to say I absolutely love your printables and I can not say enough about them being FREE! I commend you on giving them away ! A lot of teachers these day are only selling there printables( which I understand)but when you work in a PreK classroom ,the pay is about equal to a worker at McDonalds . It is a sad state of affairs that the job we do as PreK teachers is not paid a decent wage! Sorry for the rant ! I just am so thrilled with all of your printable, Today I used to alphabet cover bubbles ones and my kiddos LOVED them. It’s very generous of you to share and it really really is greatly appreciated!
I am currently diving in deeper to your site! You have a ton of great advice. I just stumbled across it 2 days ago but I have already share it with all 12 teachers in my center!
Again THANK YOU SO SO MUCH !!
Thank you so much for your kind comment, Lori, and I’m thrilled you can use my resources! :))
I love these!
They will be perfect for my 3’s and 4’s!
Looking forward to using them as a center and a circle time carpet activity! I guess I’ll be printing a class set!
THANK YOU ANNA!!
You’re very welcome, Cindy!
Thank you so much for your wonderful website! i have been making use of it now for about 2 years and I finally have a minute to leave you a note. I have shared your site with so many of my colleagues and they love it too. I teach a special ed preschool class for children on the spectrum and your resources are so helpful. Our SLP has come to love your site as well and often shares the items she finds with me.
Your website has become a trusted resource for our students and we are so thankful you are there.
This is such a day brightener, Robin! Thank you SO much for taking the time to tell me how you’re able to use my site with your learners. I’m so happy to hear it! ❤️
I love all of your free sources. They are so helpful for those kiddos who struggle with language and letter I.D.
I’m so glad they work for you, Robin!
I am so impressed with this site and all the resources!! It is amazing. Where did you get all the graphics for your books and printables? I can’t wait to start using these great tools.
I addition to using these tools with my 4 year old. I am also trying to make these type of resources for the Ethiopian Language. I would love any advice, guidance, and resources.
Hello, Hana! I buy my clip art through Teachers Pay Teachers. I just make sure that I have permission to use the clip art commercially.
Hi Anna, I’m a kindergarten teacher and a mom of a very active 3 year old boy. These are perfect for him and my students who come in with no letter experience! Thank you so much for posting these wonderful resources!