How exciting! It is Mom’s Library again. Today you will see features on early literacy learning activities and free printables, from alphabet to sight words.
Early Literacy Learning Activities and Free Printables – Alphabet
Besides traditional ways of learning, you will find some very neat learning activities helping kids learn ABCs.
Kids can learn letters with sensory bins, such as this one: letter T sensory bin
It is a really fun way to learn letters by setting up an activity that starts with the learning letter, such as
If you have a child who likes LEGO, you will definitely want to print out this wonderful free printable with letters made of LEGO
Have active kids at home? This alphabet fishing game will be fun for the kids to play while learning letters
Early Literacy Learning Activities and Free Printables – Sight Words
Once kids have good mastery of letters, it is a nature step to learn some simple words.
For many kids, the first words they learn to spell are their own names. This activity spelling names with salt, glue and watercolor?
Love ideas of playing games to learn sight words, such as Learn sight words on sand or via games
4 more creative ways to learn sight words, such as cup crash, scavenger hunt, scrabble game
I always love to find free printables. Don’t you? Here are some:
Early Reading printables based on BOB Books including read, write, draw and stamp activities
Snow learning pack includes letter tracing, writing, filling missing letters
Are you excited to see so many early literacy learning activities and free printables?
Here is another wonderful early literacy resource, a set of Free apps Beginning Reader Series: Word Families from ABCmouse.
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