Reading, writing, and spelling – they all begin with the alphabet! Here are 30+ Alphabet Printables and Activities to help keep your students or children excited about learning letters, letter sounds, beginning sounds, making words, and more.
*These pair perfectly with our Alphabet MEGA pack for even more ABC fun!
Would you like even more hands-on and play-based activities for learning the alphabet and working on math? You will love this book which incorporates math and literacy with play, imagination, science, sensory, and art.
Let’s dive in! Here are 30+ fun-filled alphabet printables and activities!
30+ Alphabet Printables and Activities
Letters and Sounds Printables
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Make a game with bubble matching cards to work on matching letters.
Give children an exciting hands-on way to work on beginning sounds with magnets by matching beginning letter sounds to the pictures on the alphabet sheet.
Use these ABC fish cards in a sensory bin for hands-on alphabet exploration. There is even a recording sheet for children to match the letters they find.
Place this alphabet printable on a cookie tray and match the letters with alphabet magnets. This activity is irresistible!
These shovels and sand buckets are a perfect way to introduce children to the alphabet and to help match uppercase and lowercase letters.
This is an extra delicious activity where children match their alphabet fruit snack to the letter on their paper.
Work on beginning sounds with these inviting alphabet puzzles. Children can even work on letter sounds while matching the letter to the picture.
Children can color the ice cream cones and work on letter sounds while matching them to the corresponding ice cream scoop.
Match the coins to the treasure chest (with an optional recording sheet) to help work on handwriting!
Ready for a mystery? Which letter is missing from the alphabet page? Children get to solve this by using magnets to place the letter where a letter is missing.
Children will start to feel confident matching their uppercase and lowercase letters with this fun apple matching game!
Letter Writing/Formation Printables
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Grab these fun writing pencils to work on letter writing. They are great for a back to school theme or any time of year.
Children can work on practicing letter identification, printing letters, and beginning sounds with their own alphabet books!
These watermelon tracing cards can be used for younger and older children. They make great fine motor practice for children who are not ready to write, but they are great for tracing for older children who are pros at holding markers.
Use these alphabet stamp printables to help develop confidence in writing. This is always a big hit because children adore stamps!
Seasonal Alphabet Printables
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Children can work on letter matching, word blending, and CVC words with these fun acorn letters.
These uppercase and lowercase alphabet playing mats for fall are perfect for helping children learn letter identification and sounds. Just grab some dice and pom poms or acrylic table scatter and have fun!
These cute pumpkin cards are perfect for children to match to the corresponding letter on the “pumpkin patch” recording sheet.
Grab some clothespins for these adorable heart shaped clip cards. Children match the uppercase and lowercase letters for the fun Valentine’s Day literacy activity.
This flip flop alphabet game will help your little learner feel confident about uppercase letters in no time. Work on matching or making his or her name. You can even play the game memory!
These alphabet snowballs are perfect for abc order, letter matching, or word making, and they come with a recording sheet.
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Get children moving with this alphabet swat game. This is perfect for your physical learners or for a fun action alphabet game.
Alphabet Travel Tic Tac Go is perfect whether you are on the go or in the classroom. Just grab a dry-erase marker and your little ones will love making their mark and practicing the alphabet at the same time.
Use water to introduce uppercase and lowercase to children. They will love exploring this alphabet sensory soup!
Make alphabet puzzles with craft sticks! These would be perfect as a literacy center activity!
This peas and carrots sensory bin is so inviting and perfect practice for letter identification, name spelling, letter sounds, and more!
The alphabet isn’t just for hanging on walls! It makes a perfect play mat too, and you can add items around your home or classroom to make this a fun way for children to connect letters with their sounds.
This alphabet sensory bottle is so inviting to play a game of I-Spy! Children shake the bottle back and forth to find the different letters hidden all throughout it!
Children who love small worlds and pretend play will adore this alphabet sensory pond!
Want more fantastic alphabet ideas? Make sure to check out the book ABCs and 123s.
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