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Free Alphabet Poster

Free Printable Alphabet Poster in Your School's Font.

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  • Now includes:
    • 8 pages
    • pictures and letters
    • just pictures
    • matching phrases
    • just letters
    • just uppercase
    • just lowercase
    • black and white just pictures
    • black and white pictures and letters

 

 
Ideas for Use

Free Alphabet Poster - Suggestions for Use


  • I have a copy of these printable alphabet letters beside my 3 year old's bed. We have a lot of fun looking and saying the alphabet sounds before we go to sleep.

  • Copy and laminate each page - cut up the individual upper and lower case letters and pictures - play loads of matching games including 'concentration', to match the alphabet pictures, upper, and lower case letters.

  • Print onto card. Cut up the individual letters, pop a sticky magnet on the back of each to use as alphabet refrigerator magnets at home.

  • Use these or smaller A5 size copies to stick on classroom desks with 'contact' coating and for reference in 'writing corner'.

  • Use alongside the matching A4 size alphabet charts.

  • Give a copy to parents as a guide for home learning.

  • Laminate 5 or 6 copies of each and have them available in a box for children to grab for writing reference - use these laminated copies for children to practise their alphabet tracing using whiteboard markers.

  • Use as blackline masters for children to cut up, mix up and paste back in matching pictures and letters, or alphabetical order.

  • Use as blackline masters for children to cut up and place at the top of their 'dictionary' scrapbook. Use the reduced size dolch sight words / nouns, and classroom themes words for children to cut up and glue into the correct initial alphabet letter page.

  • Children design and make their own alphabet poster - (children absolutely love doing their own charts etc - great way to reinforce learning).

  • Please share your ideas with other teachers and parents in COMMENTS - below...

 
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