4-year-old N has let us know that he wants to learn to read. So, we’re starting back up with learning his letters. Today, I’m sharing the A is for Apple Letter Find I made for him.
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Materials for A is for Apple Letter Find
- Printable file (below).
- Laminator, laminating pouches (optional).
- Paper cutter or scissors (optional).
What’s in the printable PDF file?
The free file includes four differentiated versions of the letter A letter find:
- A limited number of letters mixed with the “A”s you’re supposed to find;
- “A”s and “V”s only;
- many different letters with the “A”s in a larger font size;
- similar to version 1 but with a larger number of letters for those with a longer attention span.
It’s a no prep printable, so just print and find!
If you need a b&w version, check out the VIP file.
Download your free A is for Apple Letter Find printable!
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Like the clip art?
Apple Life Cycle Read, Trace, and Connect uses the same apple.
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 early literacy activities? Here are a few others!
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