Letter Matching Printables

I haven’t even printed these yet, but I was too excited not to share them!  I know Nathan is going to love these, especially the Animal Matching Set!  Basically, they are to help your little ones learn and practice to match their Letter Name to Letter Sound and Uppercase to Lowercase letters.

Attached to the Animal Matching Set is a Animal Letter Matching Key.  It has all the Animal pictures and their names.  So, you can go through it with your child beforehand, to make sure they know all the animals.  Some of the letters don’t have a whole lot of choices!  Just have them draw a line from the letters to the animal whose name starts with that letter.  For example, draw a line from the Aa to the Alligator, Bb to the Butterfly, Cc to the Cow.

The Alphabet Matching is just that.  Just have your child draw lines from the Uppercase letter to its matching Lowercase letter.

I plan on printing mine on cardstock and then laminating them.  That way he can just use dry erase markers or crayons.  You could also just print on cardstock and insert the sheets into your Crayola Activity Center.

I really hope you guys enjoy these!  As I was making these I had lots of other ideas going through my head, so watch for some more printables soon!

Thanks to www..mygrafico.com and ReviDevi for the ABC Retro Animal Clipart!
This is for personal use in your home or classroom.

Pam Dana

I am a wife and mom that is over the moon for family, traditions and fun! I love to share lots of printables, DIY's, kids activities and my families favorite recipes! I am married to my husband, Scott, and we have 3 beautiful children and together they are my world!

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    KRBaker

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    I am a retired special education teacher that now teaches 2 homebound children. I really needed these free resources! Thanks so much!

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    HM

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    Thank you sooo much for sharing your materials!! They are sooo great!! Thanks and God bless

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    Tonia @ TheGunnySack.com

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    >Cute! My kids used to love this sort of thing. Thanks for the free printables!

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    Kim @ Too Much Time

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    >This is just the perfect time for these printables! my 4 year old is FINALLY interested in letters and I am totally print these out TODAY:)

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    The Sunshine Crew

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    >Cute printable! Will add it to my Pinterest board with a direct link back to you.
    Saw your linky at the Sunday Showcase, so wanted to pop by to say hello.
    Hope that you will come by my blog, Sunrise Learning Lab, and see what we are up to this week.
    Colleen
    🙂

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    Aimee from Classified: Mom

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    >I love free printables! Thank you for sharing your ideas with us on The Sunday Showcase

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    lindsey @makeandtakes.com

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    >This is really great! Would you consider sharing them via Make and Takes on the spotlight page? (http://www.makeandtakes.com/spotlight) We'd love for you to submit this. 🙂

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    Katie

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    >Another great printable! I just love the things you all share with us!

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    Sundi@The Life Of A Cheap Chickadee

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    >This is seriously cool! Thanks!

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    Mrs. Taffy

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    >Love them! I'm totally printing these out for my 4 year old! Thank you!!

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