Pull and Trace Alphabet Magnets

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I absolutely love using alphabet magnets in my classroom because there are so many learning activities for them! From letter recognition to letter sounds, CVC words to sight words, and more – there are so many ways to play and learn with alphabet magnets. One of our favorite ways to use them is for letter matching as we begin to identify letter names. This free Pull and Trace Alphabet Magnet Activity is a great literacy center for Pre-K and Kindergarten students who are just learning their letters!

*Pair with our Alphabet Centers and Activities for Pre-K & Kindergarten!

This free Pull and Trace Alphabet Magnet Activity is a great literacy center for Pre-K & Kindergarten students just learning their letters!

Pull and Trace Alphabet Magnets

What I love most about this alphabet magnets literacy center is how simple it is to prep!

All you need are the two Magnet Match printables (download below), some alphabet magnets, and crayons or writing utensils of your choice!

I have a huge collection of letter magnets ranging from dollar store finds to ones that came with the classroom, but my favorite alphabet magnet set is the one that color codes the consonants and vowels.

The kids just pull a letter magnet from the basket, find its match on the recording sheet, and trace over it.

How to Play

This activity is easy and so fun. Simply place the letter magnets in a small basket or grab bag for the students, and print as many Magnet Match recording sheets as needed.

Want this activity to be reusable? Just laminate the recording sheets or place them in a dry erase pocket sleeve. The kids can use dry erase markers to trace and erase over and over again!

You can choose to use either the uppercase or lowercase version or use both. So, you could have students match opposites, or for students who are just learning letter names and are not quite ready for that, they could look for letters that are the same.

The kids just pull a letter magnet from the basket, find its match on the recording sheet, and trace over it.

We love to use crayons or skinny markers to trace, making this activity even more engaging!

We love to use crayons to trace our letters, making this alphabet activity even more engaging!

Grab Your FREE Copy

Ready for some alphabet matching fun? Grab your free copy of this fun literacy center by clicking the large, yellow download button at the very bottom of this post!

More Alphabet Fun

If you have tons of magnetic letters and are looking for even more fun activities, then you will love this collection of magnetic letter learning activities from some of my favorite kid bloggers! Check them out below!

Fun alphabet magnets learning activities for kids!

Magnetic Letter Name Search Sensory Bin //Powerful Mothering

Elkonin Sound Boxes // Playdough to Plato

Self-correcting Magnetic Word Work // Differentiated Kindergarten

Alphabet Magnet Beginning Sounds Center // The Kindergarten Connection

Pull and Trace Alphabet Magnets // The Kindergarten Connection

Magnetic Letters Sequencing Cards // Sara J Creations

Secret Code Seasonal Words // Mom Inspired Life

Editable Sight Word Mats // Mrs. Jones’ Creation Station

Letter Identification Alphabet Train // Stay at Home Educator

Number Word Mats // Fairy Poppins

Sorting Magnetic Letters // Fun-A-Day

Magnetic Letters: From Beginning Sounds to CVC Words // Liz’s Early Learning Spot

Magnetic Letters Nouns Game // Teach Me Mommy

CVC Word Spinners // Sweet Sounds of Kindergarten

Magnetic Letters Center for All Year // The Simplified Classroom

Seek and Find Magnetic Letter Matching Game // Schooling A Monkey

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Alex

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2 Comments

    1. Hi Florinda,
      Thank you for your sweet compliment! We are happy your students will be able to use our Pull & Trace activity. Have a wonderful rest of the school year!

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