Kindergarten Alphabet Activities

Kindergarten alphabet activities are perfect for kids who are just starting to read and write! From basic letter writing crafts to outdoor alphabet activities, kids will enjoy the variety of fun and hands-on kindergarten alphabet activities available. Use these kindergarten alphabet activities to help facilitate learning for different kinds of students; there are great activities for kids who are each auditory learners, visual learners, and kinesthetic learners. Take early literacy learning to the craft table or to the great outdoors with these kindergarten alphabet activities.

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Ask a child if he wants to practice his alphabet and you'll likely get snubbed. But ask if he'd like to play letter detective? You might hook yourself a fish.
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Here's a challenging treasure hunt for kindergarteners learning about letter sounds. String letters together to make words and find the path to the treasure.
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Collect 26 rocks and paint each one with a letter of the alphabet for your very own alphabet rock collection.
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Use fun and fuzzy pipe cleaners to help your child learn how to form important letters that make up the words that are the building blocks of phonics.
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Try this goofy, first grade phonics craft that focuses on the letter "F" as in "Frog" and helps build crucial reading and spelling skills in your first grader.
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Celebrate Read Across America Day with your kindergartener by playing an alphabet balloon volley game inspired by "The Cat in the Hat Comes Back" by Dr. Seuss.
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Kids get in lots of letter learning as they play this fun twist on regular tag, which engages their minds as well as their bodies.
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This homemade alphabet game will keep your kindergartener on his toes and help him practice letter, numbers, and taking turns. The whole family can participate!
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Build up those kindergarten letter-sound reading skills...and create a whimsical, practical craft at the same time.
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This preschool activity allows you and your child to make your very own alphabet matching game. Your child will develop his memory and practice letter sounds.
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This simple bookmaking activity will introduce and reinforce alphabet and number recognition skills that have been taught at home or learned in preschool.
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Take a nature walk in your backyard or local park to find one object for every letter of the alphabet. Then put them together in this handy nature book.
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Craft a winter words alphabet book to celebrate this chilly season in this preschool-kindergarten arts and crafts activity.
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Help your kindergartener read, write, and understand letters and letter sounds with this delightful journal activity.
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Here's a great early reading and science activity for curious kindergarteners. Learn how to plant your child's name in seeds for a growing writing activity!
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Help your kindergartener pick up spelling, alphabetical order, sight word practice, and reading fast with just simple clothespins and paintsticks.
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This alphabet hunt is pure pirate-loving fun. And it gives kids practice in learning to recognize letters and sounds-- a key skill for reading readiness.
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Kindergarteners are expected to master the alphabet. Get your child outside and exercising with this fun, move and shake alphabet game.
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Does your kindergartener love to play with his food? Then he'll get a big kick out of this activity, where he'll practice his handwriting...using rice.
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Stamp out the sameness of learning the ABC's for your kindergartener. Make 26 letter sponge stamps and create projects with him to practice.

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