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Colorful Easter Preschool Letter Puzzles

Colorful Easter Preschool Letter Puzzles

These Easter Preschool Letter Puzzles are so cute! Yup, I said it. Maybe I am chirpy because Easter is always such a happy time. Winter is finally gone, flowers may be popping up, and if you are a kid at heart- all that Easter chocolate.

This quick fine motor activity is perfect for your preschooler. It allows them to work on letter recognition as well as matching the different cases of the alphabet.

Still game? Well, keep reading to see what you need as well as the instructions- oh and your Easter preschool letters of course.

Easter Books to Read

 Happy Easter, Mouse! (If You Give…) It’s Not Easy Being a Bunny (Beginner Books(R)) The Berenstain Bears and the Easter Story: Stickers Included! (Berenstain Bears/Living Lights) How to Catch the Easter Bunny Thomas and the Easter Eggs (Thomas & Friends) (Little Golden Book) God Gave Us Easter Llama Llama Easter Egg

What You Need for the Easter Preschool Letter Puzzles

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 Stanley Guppy 5-Inch Blunt Tip Kids Scissors, Assorted Colors – Pack of 2 (SCI5BT-2PK) Georgia-Pacific Spectrum Standard 92 Multipurpose Paper, 8.5 x 11 Inches, 1 box of 3 packs (1500 Sheets) (998606) HP OfficeJet Pro 8720 Wireless All-in-One Photo Printer with Mobile Printing, Instant Ink Fiskars 12 Inch Recycled SureCut Trimmer (01-005454)

EASTER PRESCHOOL LETTER PUZZLES USAGE AND STORAGE

Using these Easter alphabet puzzles is extremely easy!

  1. Simply print on cardstock for durability and then
  2. Cut along the line in the middle. If you are using these in the classroom, you may want to print them in black and white to save on ink and even let your students color in the image in the center.
  3. Allow your preschooler to simply put the pieces together by either looking for the other half of the image or looking for the matching case.

I am storing ours in a simple Ziplock bag for safekeeping so that he can take them out and use them whenever he feels like from his alphabet basket.

Here are a few other Easter activities to try

Nadine

Wednesday 22nd of March 2017

I wanted to take a moment and thank you for sharing free resources! I'm a day care provider and I take pride in the fact that the kids that travel through my door leave ready for school and more! Your products are terrific and I thank God for you! Nadine