Learning letters and sounds takes time and practice, but it can also be fun! As you are gearing up for back to school, this free alphabet book can give your child some additional practice with letter identification, printing, and beginning sounds!
Pair this with our printable Alphabet books from A-Z!
To make the alphabet book, print the pages found in the download back to back, cut in half, and staple! This will give you two books and cut down on paper if you are making for multiple children. I always choose this option because I save so much paper when printing for my class!
If you are making for one child, consider using the extra pages in dry erase pockets or sheet protectors for extended use.
Each page provides practice with both upper and lowercase letters through showing the letter and providing a printing practice area. Each page also provides practice with beginning sounds by displaying two pictures for each letter.
Letter identification, printing practice, and beginning sound work all rolled into one!
If you prefer to use the pages individually, that works well too! Sometimes we focus on only one letter at a time by cutting the pages in half. Instead of making a book, we use them as individual worksheets!
I will do this sometimes as a review, and my kids will recognize them as pages from the alphabet book, which makes them a bit more special and fun.
A third option for the printables is to use them over and over again for printing practice with dry erase markers. Kids LOVE dry erase markers!
We use both regular as well as fine-tip markers for handwriting, as they are more similar to a pencil.
These dry erase pockets are large and sturdy, and you can slide pages in and out of them depending on what you are working on. A great option to save same ink and get more use out of the printables!
Download your Free Alphabet Book
Ready to make your own? Grab your free alphabet book below by clicking the yellow button below. Then head over and grab our fun and free alphabet clip cards.
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