Who’s ready for a set of teddy bear preschool letter cards? I just love the fact that C, my son, is becoming such a sponge! Although we are not doing anything intentional per se and he is mainly learning through play, what he has managed to soak up astounds me.
Teddy Bear Preschool Letter Cards
Why do I say this? I found out that my son, whom I have never done any preschool letter activities with, knows the letters of the alphabet (not simply singing the ABC song) and points them out when asked. He even knows most of the preschool letter upper cases with their corresponding lower cases! Can you tell I am excited?
As a result of wanting to maintain his “laid- back-play- when- he- feels- like” attitude, I made him a few teddy bear preschool letter cards. These can also be used with any child brushing up on their cases.
Alphabet Books to Read With Your Kids
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Below you will find a few books to check out at your library or that you can purchase while exploring the letter E with your child.
Chicka Chicka Boom Boom (Chicka Chicka Book, A)Dr. Seuss’s ABC: An Amazing Alphabet Book!A Is for Apple (Trace-and-Flip Fun!) (Smart Kids Trace-And-Flip)The Alphabet Book (Pictureback(R))The Alphabet Tree (Dragonfly Books)The Sleepy Little Alphabet: A Bedtime Story from Alphabet TownMy First BOB Books: AlphabetAlphaTales Box Set: A Set of 26 Irresistible Animal Storybooks That Build Phonemic Awareness & Teach Each letter of the AlphabetEric Carle’s ABC (The World of Eric Carle)AlphaOops!: The Day Z Went FirstThe Construction Alphabet Book (Jerry Pallotta’s Alphabet Books)
How To Prepare the Teddy Bear preschool letter cards
FIRST print the pages (you can pull off printing on both sides if you use cardstock paper)
SECOND laminate if you want to make them even more durable.
THIRD, cut out the cards and create 2 stacks: upper case and lower case
How To Play With the Teddy Bear
Preschool Letter Cards
If your child is just learning to match cases, then start with 3 letter cards at a time. This means work on letters A, B, C or M, A, T whatever order you decide.
Place either the lower cases facing up or the upper cases facing up.
Give your preschooler the matching cards and ask them to match the cases.