Almost 3-year-old N is working on letter recognition, and I’ll be sharing our alphabet activities as we do them. Today, I have a set of Colorful Cars Alphabet Cards that show upper and lower case letters from A-Z on the tires of adorable cars in 13 colors.
(N was 2 years and 11 months old.)
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Materials for Colorful Cars Alphabet Cards
- Free printable file (download below).
- Laminator, laminating pouches (optional).
- Paper cutter or scissors.
What’s in the printable PDF file?
There are two pages with letters Aa through Pp on one page and letters Qq through Zz plus six blank cars with white tires on the other page.
Print one or both pages and cut out the cars either along the horizontal and vertical black lines or along the outlines of the cars. You can add your own letters or other learning objectives like numbers or even CVC words to the blank tires. (Please note that this printable is NOT editable!)
These cards work great as flash cards or matching cards (if you print them twice), but you could also cut apart the cars in between the upper and lower case letters and turn the alphabet cards into puzzles.
Download your Colorful Cars Alphabet Cards!
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Like the clip art?
Are your kids working on learning the alphabet?
Hang up these Alphabet Posters A-Z for reference and as conversation starters! Great at home and for the classroom. Click on the image for more info!
Are you looking for more alphabet activities? I’ve got you covered!
Beginning Sounds Alphabet Puzzles by Life Over Cs
Alphabet Sensory Play by Pre-K Pages
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