Alphabet Clip Cards

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Learning the alphabet is something we work hard on in early childhood classrooms. Exploring letters and sounds is a huge part of what we do to get ready to become successful readers. We love to add fun alphabet activities into our day, and I am a major fan of clip cards. These alphabet clip cards are perfect for preschool and kindergarten students to work on upper and lowercase letters! 

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These alphabet clip cards are so fun for preschoolers and kindergarteners to work on learning their letters and on building fine motor skills too!

Alphabet Clip Cards

Clip cards are a go-to favorite of mine in the classroom because I love the many purposes they serve. You can work on tons of different skills, all while building up fine motor skills too!

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Squeezing clothespins is great for little hands to build up the strength in the finger muscles used in fine motor activities such as writing.

I printed off the cards and laminated them (they will last much longer this way). Then I placed them in a basket with clothespins. There are 3 versions of these clip cards, so that you can choose which works best for your kids.

Uppercase to Uppercase Matching

The first set is matching uppercase letters to uppercase letters. Matching same letters is great for visual discrimination and is a great start for young learners who are just being exposed to the alphabet.

These alphabet clip cards are so fun for preschoolers and kindergarteners to work on learning their letters and on building fine motor skills too!

Uppercase to Lowercase Matching

After kids have been exposed to both upper and lowercase letters, they can start to discern which ones match, even when they are in different cases.

The upper to lowercase matching cards are great for more of a challenge and to check if kids know both upper and lowercase letters.

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Lowercase to Lowercase Matching

Another variation on working on letter recognition and visual discrimination is to match lowercase letters to one another.

There are truly options for each learner, and I love using all 3 sets in my own classroom!

These alphabet clip cards are so fun for preschoolers and kindergarteners to work on learning their letters and on building fine motor skills too!

Grab Your Sets

Ready to match letters and work on fine motor too? Grab your set of alphabet clip cards by clicking the yellow button below! 

Then, scroll down for 30 more awesome alphabet activities! 

These alphabet clip cards are so fun for preschoolers and kindergarteners to work on learning their letters and on building fine motor skills too!
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Alex
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19 Comments

  1. I love your site. Thank you for all of the helpful info and the alphabet clip cards. I can’t wait to use them with my daughter. They are perfect for on the go.

  2. My favourite letter to teach is the letter “A”. I like teaching this letter because it is easy and can be accomplished in one stroke without leaving the paper. Teaching this letter also lets me see which students have a fine motor deficiency by their inability to form this letter.

  3. I love to teach the letter m. There are so many fun animals and characters to help, especially Mickey Mouse. I’m a big Disney fan so anytime I can tie in Mickey, it’s extra fun for me ?

  4. I actually love to teach the sound of /x/ (I tell the kids it’s my favorite letter because of the sound it makes – it’s just a fun sound to make). I think Q is fun because we call it the “chicken letter” because it doesn’t go anywhere by itself.

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