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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This project reuses freebie magnets to make one-of-a-kind magnets for your one-of-a-kind kid!
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Few places are as dense with words as a grocery store. The next time you find yourself trolling the aisles with an impatient kid, make it a reading adventure!
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Here's a delightful kindergarten project that will boost your child's reading and writing skills--and make for a happy time on a rainy day, too.
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Picking words out can be tricky. In this early reading activity, your child will place letter markers on a grid to make words appear out of the jumble.
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Here's an adorable kindergarten refrigerator magnet that celebrates the glories of the letter "B" and benefits your early reader.
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Is your kindergartener learning to write the alphabet correctly? In this "kinesthetic" activity, use movement and art to help your child with letter-writing.
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Help your child reinforce the order of the alphabet with this hands-on activity using some everyday materials. It's a fun way to put a spin on a timeless skill.
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Make a big green alligator with household items and help your kindergartener practices letters and sounds!
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Help your child create a written message and practice their letters using sticks they find in nature. Here's how to get started.
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Here's a fun activity you can do at the library to help your child learn the sequencing of numbers and letters.
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Don't let alphabet practice turn into catching zzz's. Paint up a zany Z zebra and inject a little excitement into learning letters.
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In this activity, your child will learn how to spruce up her bike with an original license plate!

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