Alphabet Activities For Every Season

Alphabet Activities for every season preschool lesson plansKids learn better when they are having fun and engaged in the lesson. My favorite way to teach children is to connect the lesson to their interests , a well loved book ,or some big event like a holiday. That is why I try to give readers so many different themes to keep learning fresh. There is no reason to drill your kids when teaching them the alphabet when there are so many ways to teach letters without flash cards. Here are alphabet activities for every season.

 

fall alphabet activities for kidsHere are seven great alphabet activities with a fall theme for your child to have fun with.

Upper and Lowercase Matching Tree
Peel & Pick Alphabet Apple Tree
Monster M
Leaf Letter Puzzles
Pumpkin Patch Letter Match
Letter Monsters
Pumpkin P

winter alphabet activities for kids

Bundle up and learn with these great winter themed alphabet activities.

Writing In The Snow
Alphabet Christmas Tree
Valentine’s Day Heart Letter Match Game
Winter W
Letter Snowman

Spring Alphabet activities for kids

Spring is filled with pretty colors and so are these alphabet activities.

Easter Egg Letter Match
Alphabet Butterfly Garden
Easter Egg Letter Surprise
Sidewalk Chalk Letter Games
Letter Flower Garden
Gardening For Letters
Earth Day Letter E

summer alphabet activities for kids

Summer is a time most of us head outside and there is no reason you can’t take learning out with you!

Hose Down Letters
Letters On The Go
Letter Watermelon
Fishing For Letters
Fourth of July Flag F
Road Trip Alphabet

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We love alphabet activities and if you are looking for even more ideas check out our Early Literacy and Reading and Writing Readiness boards on Pinterest. You will find our ideas but many other from all over the web.

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