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Fruit Preschool Letter Worksheets: Find the Hidden Alphabet

Fruit Preschool Letter Worksheets: Find the Hidden Alphabet

I tell you, Caleb loves the transparent counters that we used on our fruit counting cards. I was even able to find a way to reduce paper printing, but I will get to that later. My son loves identifying the letters of the alphabet whenever he sees them. It was because of this love for letters I created his first set of find the hidden alphabet preschool letter worksheets. In keeping up with our fruit theme, I created a set of fruit preschool letter worksheets for him.

Looking for a reat way to work on alphabet recognition? This free fruit preschool letter worksheets pack was so much fun. Great for preschoolers !

What You Need For The Fruit Preschool Letter Worksheets

Now that you know what’s involved in teaching your child to count, it’s time to get started. Please note that affiliate links are used below for your convenience

 Learning Resources Transparent Color Counting Chips, Set of 250 HP OfficeJet Pro 8720 Wireless All-in-One Photo Printer with Mobile Printing, Instant Ink Avery Secure Top Sheet Protectors, Heavy Gauge, Letter Size, Diamond Clear, 25 per Pack (76000) Georgia-Pacific Spectrum Standard 92 Multipurpose Paper, 8.5 x 11 Inches, 1 box of 5 packs (2500 Sheets) (991316)

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First, print the worksheet on the printer paper and slip it into the protective sheet.

Second, place the worksheet on a flat surface. We used a lunch tray as it was easier for Caleb.

Third, allow your child to cover all the letters of the alphabet.

Fourth, repeat the activity as many times as possible.

Looking for a reat way to work on alphabet recognition? This free fruit preschool letter worksheets pack was so much fun. Great for preschoolers !

Fruits Preschool Letter Worksheets Tips

Our simple activity evolved into another fun activity, and I was so pleased to realize how much my little son knows. After a few rounds of identifying each letter, I decided to see how many of the letter sounds he knew- and he knew them all! Happy mama right here.

Because Caleb now loves the counters, I no longer have to print multiple pages of this activity. Goodbye dot marker!  I simply had to place the pages in a protective sheet just to protect it- good thing too as he tends to have a bottle of smoothie with him at all times.

Kim

Sunday 10th of July 2016

Great for my 3 and 5 year old!