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Get ready for some preschool fairy theme fun as kids fly through learning their letters in this alphabet bingo printable game. Preschoolers will love the cute fairies! This easy prep alphabet activity will make teaching letter recognition so fun and simple.

Get ready for some preschool fairy theme fun as kids fly through learning their letters in this alphabet bingo printable game. Preschoolers will love the cute fairies! This easy prep alphabet activity will make teaching letter recognition so fun and simple.
Other Printable Alphabet Centers and Worksheets
Valentine's Alphabet Clip Strips - Combine letter recognition with fine motor strengthening in this themed game. Tommy Turkey Alphabet Pie - Pick a letter card and color it in this file folder game. Penguin and Fish Letter Match - Help your little ones learn upper and lowercase letters.</p> Fairy Alphabet Bingo Setup
For this activity you will need:
Paper Printer Any tokens you wish to use to cover the letters as they are called out Optional: laminator
If you don't have the materials needed, don't sweat! You can get it delivered to your doorstep really quickly with Amazon Prime. You can get a 30-day free trial here. Playing This Fun Fairy Game
There are 4 different bingo cards included.You can choose the one you like or use all 4 if you’re playing this in a small group setting.
Print out the letter cards and cut into individual pieces. There are upper and lowercase letters included for you. Provide some tokens that the child can use to cover the letter as it’s called. You can use pompoms, mini erasers, plastic circles, buttons - anything you like!
Pick up one letter card at a time until someone places 5 tokens in a row.BINGO! You have a winner!
More No-Prep Alphabet Games
HUGE bundle of no-prep alphabet worksheets! There are 12 activities for each letter: 1) Alphabet Draw The Scene – Trace the upper and lowercase letters then imagine and draw the rest of the scene. For example, draw what the astronaut sees in space. 2) Letter Detective – Find and color in the boxes with the letter shown. 3) Cut, Sort and Stick –Differentiate upper and lowercase letter and sort them into the correct column. 4) Alphabet Puzzle Fun Sheets – No prep combination worksheets. Trace the letter, find the letter, draw something that begins with the letter and 4-piece puzzles to form the letter. 5) Alphabet Beginning Sounds Coloring Pages – Each letter coloring page comes with at least 6 objects. 6) Dot The Letter – These can be used with dot markers or dot stickers. 7) Q Tip Letters – Use a cotton bud to paint the letter. 8) Alphabet Handwriting – Correct letter writing technique is shown with space to trace upper and lowercase letters. 9) Letter Mazes – Identify the letters correctly to find the end of the maze. 10) Alphabet Playdough Mats – Fine motor strengthening activity to form the letters. 11) Alphabet Punch Cards – Letters are on the edge of the page for single hole punching or using with clips. 12) Alphabet Beginning Sound Clip Cards – 8 different sets included. Match the letter to the object (2 sets each for upper and lowercase) and match the object to the letter (2 sets each for upper and lowercase).
Educational Tools For Your Classroom: Alphabet Books We Love: Browse My Most Popular Literacy Activites:
1) Valentines Alphabet Clip Strips - Kids will choose among 5 different letters on the strip to identify the matching ones. 2) Alphabet Beginning Sound Coloring Pages - Watch your child become more familiar with each letter of the alphabet as they practice coloring in the objects with that beginning sound. 3) Tommy Turkey's Alphabet Pie - This turkey-themed letter recognition activity is so simple to prep and makes a great file folder game! 4) Pirate Alphabet Playdough Mats - Just print out the playing mats and ask your child to form the letters out using the playdough provided. 5) Farm Alphabet Find and Cover Letters - Work on letter recognition any time of the year! 6) Werewolf Spin and Cover - Kids will race to find all the letters on their mat this Halloween. 7) Bunny Burrows Game - Fun game for small groups or circle time where students will catch a bunny and say out the sound. 8) Letter-saurus Fossil Digging - Dinosaur lovers will enjoy being a pretend paleontologist and finding all the letters. 9) Alphabet Handwriting Worksheets - Practice lowercase and capital letters with these print-and-go pages. 10) Rainy Day Alphabet - 1 printable, many ways to use.
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Other Printable Alphabet Centers and Worksheets

Valentine’s Alphabet Clip Strips – Combine letter recognition with fine motor strengthening in this themed game.

 

Tommy Turkey Alphabet Pie – Pick a letter card and color it in this file folder game.

 

Penguin and Fish Letter Match – Help your little ones learn upper and lowercase letters.

Fairy Alphabet Bingo Setup

For this activity you will need:

Paper
Printer
Any tokens you wish to use to cover the letters as they are called out
Optional: laminator

If you don’t have the materials needed, don’t sweat! You can get it delivered to your doorstep really quickly with Amazon Prime. You can get a 30-day free trial here.

Playing This Fun Fairy Game

There are 4 different bingo cards included.
You can choose the one you like or use all 4 if you’re playing this in a small group setting.

Print out the letter cards and cut into individual pieces. There are upper and lowercase letters included for you. Provide some tokens that the child can use to cover the letter as it’s called. You can use pompoms, mini erasers, plastic circles, buttons – anything you like!

Pick up one letter card at a time until someone places 5 tokens in a row.
BINGO! You have a winner!

Get ready for some preschool fairy theme fun as kids fly through learning their letters in this alphabet bingo printable game. Preschoolers will love the cute fairies! This easy prep alphabet activity will make teaching letter recognition so fun and simple.
Other Printable Alphabet Centers and Worksheets
Valentine's Alphabet Clip Strips - Combine letter recognition with fine motor strengthening in this themed game. Tommy Turkey Alphabet Pie - Pick a letter card and color it in this file folder game. Penguin and Fish Letter Match - Help your little ones learn upper and lowercase letters.</p> Fairy Alphabet Bingo Setup
For this activity you will need:
Paper Printer Any tokens you wish to use to cover the letters as they are called out Optional: laminator
If you don't have the materials needed, don't sweat! You can get it delivered to your doorstep really quickly with Amazon Prime. You can get a 30-day free trial here. Playing This Fun Fairy Game
There are 4 different bingo cards included.You can choose the one you like or use all 4 if you’re playing this in a small group setting.
Print out the letter cards and cut into individual pieces. There are upper and lowercase letters included for you. Provide some tokens that the child can use to cover the letter as it’s called. You can use pompoms, mini erasers, plastic circles, buttons - anything you like!
Pick up one letter card at a time until someone places 5 tokens in a row.BINGO! You have a winner!
More No-Prep Alphabet Games
HUGE bundle of no-prep alphabet worksheets! There are 12 activities for each letter: 1) Alphabet Draw The Scene – Trace the upper and lowercase letters then imagine and draw the rest of the scene. For example, draw what the astronaut sees in space. 2) Letter Detective – Find and color in the boxes with the letter shown. 3) Cut, Sort and Stick –Differentiate upper and lowercase letter and sort them into the correct column. 4) Alphabet Puzzle Fun Sheets – No prep combination worksheets. Trace the letter, find the letter, draw something that begins with the letter and 4-piece puzzles to form the letter. 5) Alphabet Beginning Sounds Coloring Pages – Each letter coloring page comes with at least 6 objects. 6) Dot The Letter – These can be used with dot markers or dot stickers. 7) Q Tip Letters – Use a cotton bud to paint the letter. 8) Alphabet Handwriting – Correct letter writing technique is shown with space to trace upper and lowercase letters. 9) Letter Mazes – Identify the letters correctly to find the end of the maze. 10) Alphabet Playdough Mats – Fine motor strengthening activity to form the letters. 11) Alphabet Punch Cards – Letters are on the edge of the page for single hole punching or using with clips. 12) Alphabet Beginning Sound Clip Cards – 8 different sets included. Match the letter to the object (2 sets each for upper and lowercase) and match the object to the letter (2 sets each for upper and lowercase).
Educational Tools For Your Classroom: Alphabet Books We Love: Browse My Most Popular Literacy Activites:
1) Valentines Alphabet Clip Strips - Kids will choose among 5 different letters on the strip to identify the matching ones. 2) Alphabet Beginning Sound Coloring Pages - Watch your child become more familiar with each letter of the alphabet as they practice coloring in the objects with that beginning sound. 3) Tommy Turkey's Alphabet Pie - This turkey-themed letter recognition activity is so simple to prep and makes a great file folder game! 4) Pirate Alphabet Playdough Mats - Just print out the playing mats and ask your child to form the letters out using the playdough provided. 5) Farm Alphabet Find and Cover Letters - Work on letter recognition any time of the year! 6) Werewolf Spin and Cover - Kids will race to find all the letters on their mat this Halloween. 7) Bunny Burrows Game - Fun game for small groups or circle time where students will catch a bunny and say out the sound. 8) Letter-saurus Fossil Digging - Dinosaur lovers will enjoy being a pretend paleontologist and finding all the letters. 9) Alphabet Handwriting Worksheets - Practice lowercase and capital letters with these print-and-go pages. 10) Rainy Day Alphabet - 1 printable, many ways to use.
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More No-Prep Alphabet Games

HUGE bundle of no-prep alphabet worksheets!

There are 12 activities for each letter:

1) Alphabet Draw The Scene – Trace the upper and lowercase letters then imagine and draw the rest of the scene. For example, draw what the astronaut sees in space.

2) Letter Detective – Find and color in the boxes with the letter shown.

3) Cut, Sort and Stick –Differentiate upper and lowercase letter and sort them into the correct column.

4) Alphabet Puzzle Fun Sheets – No prep combination worksheets. Trace the letter, find the letter, draw something that begins with the letter and 4-piece puzzles to form the letter.

5) Alphabet Beginning Sounds Coloring Pages – Each letter coloring page comes with at least 6 objects.

6) Dot The Letter – These can be used with dot markers or dot stickers.

7) Q Tip Letters – Use a cotton bud to paint the letter.

8) Alphabet Handwriting – Correct letter writing technique is shown with space to trace upper and lowercase letters.

9) Letter Mazes – Identify the letters correctly to find the end of the maze.

10) Alphabet Playdough Mats – Fine motor strengthening activity to form the letters.

11) Alphabet Punch Cards – Letters are on the edge of the page for single hole punching or using with clips.

12) Alphabet Beginning Sound Clip Cards – 8 different sets included. Match the letter to the object (2 sets each for upper and lowercase) and match the object to the letter (2 sets each for upper and lowercase).

Educational Tools For Your Classroom:

Excellerations� Giant Foam Magnetic Alphabet Letters & Numbers - 114 Pieces
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Get ready for some preschool fairy theme fun as kids fly through learning their letters in this alphabet bingo printable game. Preschoolers will love the cute fairies! This easy prep alphabet activity will make teaching letter recognition so fun and simple.
Other Printable Alphabet Centers and Worksheets
Valentine's Alphabet Clip Strips - Combine letter recognition with fine motor strengthening in this themed game. Tommy Turkey Alphabet Pie - Pick a letter card and color it in this file folder game. Penguin and Fish Letter Match - Help your little ones learn upper and lowercase letters.</p> Fairy Alphabet Bingo Setup
For this activity you will need:
Paper Printer Any tokens you wish to use to cover the letters as they are called out Optional: laminator
If you don't have the materials needed, don't sweat! You can get it delivered to your doorstep really quickly with Amazon Prime. You can get a 30-day free trial here. Playing This Fun Fairy Game
There are 4 different bingo cards included.You can choose the one you like or use all 4 if you’re playing this in a small group setting.
Print out the letter cards and cut into individual pieces. There are upper and lowercase letters included for you. Provide some tokens that the child can use to cover the letter as it’s called. You can use pompoms, mini erasers, plastic circles, buttons - anything you like!
Pick up one letter card at a time until someone places 5 tokens in a row.BINGO! You have a winner!
More No-Prep Alphabet Games
HUGE bundle of no-prep alphabet worksheets! There are 12 activities for each letter: 1) Alphabet Draw The Scene – Trace the upper and lowercase letters then imagine and draw the rest of the scene. For example, draw what the astronaut sees in space. 2) Letter Detective – Find and color in the boxes with the letter shown. 3) Cut, Sort and Stick –Differentiate upper and lowercase letter and sort them into the correct column. 4) Alphabet Puzzle Fun Sheets – No prep combination worksheets. Trace the letter, find the letter, draw something that begins with the letter and 4-piece puzzles to form the letter. 5) Alphabet Beginning Sounds Coloring Pages – Each letter coloring page comes with at least 6 objects. 6) Dot The Letter – These can be used with dot markers or dot stickers. 7) Q Tip Letters – Use a cotton bud to paint the letter. 8) Alphabet Handwriting – Correct letter writing technique is shown with space to trace upper and lowercase letters. 9) Letter Mazes – Identify the letters correctly to find the end of the maze. 10) Alphabet Playdough Mats – Fine motor strengthening activity to form the letters. 11) Alphabet Punch Cards – Letters are on the edge of the page for single hole punching or using with clips. 12) Alphabet Beginning Sound Clip Cards – 8 different sets included. Match the letter to the object (2 sets each for upper and lowercase) and match the object to the letter (2 sets each for upper and lowercase).
Educational Tools For Your Classroom: Alphabet Books We Love: Browse My Most Popular Literacy Activites:
1) Valentines Alphabet Clip Strips - Kids will choose among 5 different letters on the strip to identify the matching ones. 2) Alphabet Beginning Sound Coloring Pages - Watch your child become more familiar with each letter of the alphabet as they practice coloring in the objects with that beginning sound. 3) Tommy Turkey's Alphabet Pie - This turkey-themed letter recognition activity is so simple to prep and makes a great file folder game! 4) Pirate Alphabet Playdough Mats - Just print out the playing mats and ask your child to form the letters out using the playdough provided. 5) Farm Alphabet Find and Cover Letters - Work on letter recognition any time of the year! 6) Werewolf Spin and Cover - Kids will race to find all the letters on their mat this Halloween. 7) Bunny Burrows Game - Fun game for small groups or circle time where students will catch a bunny and say out the sound. 8) Letter-saurus Fossil Digging - Dinosaur lovers will enjoy being a pretend paleontologist and finding all the letters. 9) Alphabet Handwriting Worksheets - Practice lowercase and capital letters with these print-and-go pages. 10) Rainy Day Alphabet - 1 printable, many ways to use.
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Colorations� Alphabet Dough Stampers Set of 26
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Get ready for some preschool fairy theme fun as kids fly through learning their letters in this alphabet bingo printable game. Preschoolers will love the cute fairies! This easy prep alphabet activity will make teaching letter recognition so fun and simple.
Other Printable Alphabet Centers and Worksheets
Valentine's Alphabet Clip Strips - Combine letter recognition with fine motor strengthening in this themed game. Tommy Turkey Alphabet Pie - Pick a letter card and color it in this file folder game. Penguin and Fish Letter Match - Help your little ones learn upper and lowercase letters.</p> Fairy Alphabet Bingo Setup
For this activity you will need:
Paper Printer Any tokens you wish to use to cover the letters as they are called out Optional: laminator
If you don't have the materials needed, don't sweat! You can get it delivered to your doorstep really quickly with Amazon Prime. You can get a 30-day free trial here. Playing This Fun Fairy Game
There are 4 different bingo cards included.You can choose the one you like or use all 4 if you’re playing this in a small group setting.
Print out the letter cards and cut into individual pieces. There are upper and lowercase letters included for you. Provide some tokens that the child can use to cover the letter as it’s called. You can use pompoms, mini erasers, plastic circles, buttons - anything you like!
Pick up one letter card at a time until someone places 5 tokens in a row.BINGO! You have a winner!
More No-Prep Alphabet Games
HUGE bundle of no-prep alphabet worksheets! There are 12 activities for each letter: 1) Alphabet Draw The Scene – Trace the upper and lowercase letters then imagine and draw the rest of the scene. For example, draw what the astronaut sees in space. 2) Letter Detective – Find and color in the boxes with the letter shown. 3) Cut, Sort and Stick –Differentiate upper and lowercase letter and sort them into the correct column. 4) Alphabet Puzzle Fun Sheets – No prep combination worksheets. Trace the letter, find the letter, draw something that begins with the letter and 4-piece puzzles to form the letter. 5) Alphabet Beginning Sounds Coloring Pages – Each letter coloring page comes with at least 6 objects. 6) Dot The Letter – These can be used with dot markers or dot stickers. 7) Q Tip Letters – Use a cotton bud to paint the letter. 8) Alphabet Handwriting – Correct letter writing technique is shown with space to trace upper and lowercase letters. 9) Letter Mazes – Identify the letters correctly to find the end of the maze. 10) Alphabet Playdough Mats – Fine motor strengthening activity to form the letters. 11) Alphabet Punch Cards – Letters are on the edge of the page for single hole punching or using with clips. 12) Alphabet Beginning Sound Clip Cards – 8 different sets included. Match the letter to the object (2 sets each for upper and lowercase) and match the object to the letter (2 sets each for upper and lowercase).
Educational Tools For Your Classroom: Alphabet Books We Love: Browse My Most Popular Literacy Activites:
1) Valentines Alphabet Clip Strips - Kids will choose among 5 different letters on the strip to identify the matching ones. 2) Alphabet Beginning Sound Coloring Pages - Watch your child become more familiar with each letter of the alphabet as they practice coloring in the objects with that beginning sound. 3) Tommy Turkey's Alphabet Pie - This turkey-themed letter recognition activity is so simple to prep and makes a great file folder game! 4) Pirate Alphabet Playdough Mats - Just print out the playing mats and ask your child to form the letters out using the playdough provided. 5) Farm Alphabet Find and Cover Letters - Work on letter recognition any time of the year! 6) Werewolf Spin and Cover - Kids will race to find all the letters on their mat this Halloween. 7) Bunny Burrows Game - Fun game for small groups or circle time where students will catch a bunny and say out the sound. 8) Letter-saurus Fossil Digging - Dinosaur lovers will enjoy being a pretend paleontologist and finding all the letters. 9) Alphabet Handwriting Worksheets - Practice lowercase and capital letters with these print-and-go pages. 10) Rainy Day Alphabet - 1 printable, many ways to use.
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Get ready for some preschool fairy theme fun as kids fly through learning their letters in this alphabet bingo printable game. Preschoolers will love the cute fairies! This easy prep alphabet activity will make teaching letter recognition so fun and simple.
Other Printable Alphabet Centers and Worksheets
Valentine's Alphabet Clip Strips - Combine letter recognition with fine motor strengthening in this themed game. Tommy Turkey Alphabet Pie - Pick a letter card and color it in this file folder game. Penguin and Fish Letter Match - Help your little ones learn upper and lowercase letters.</p> Fairy Alphabet Bingo Setup
For this activity you will need:
Paper Printer Any tokens you wish to use to cover the letters as they are called out Optional: laminator
If you don't have the materials needed, don't sweat! You can get it delivered to your doorstep really quickly with Amazon Prime. You can get a 30-day free trial here. Playing This Fun Fairy Game
There are 4 different bingo cards included.You can choose the one you like or use all 4 if you’re playing this in a small group setting.
Print out the letter cards and cut into individual pieces. There are upper and lowercase letters included for you. Provide some tokens that the child can use to cover the letter as it’s called. You can use pompoms, mini erasers, plastic circles, buttons - anything you like!
Pick up one letter card at a time until someone places 5 tokens in a row.BINGO! You have a winner!
More No-Prep Alphabet Games
HUGE bundle of no-prep alphabet worksheets! There are 12 activities for each letter: 1) Alphabet Draw The Scene – Trace the upper and lowercase letters then imagine and draw the rest of the scene. For example, draw what the astronaut sees in space. 2) Letter Detective – Find and color in the boxes with the letter shown. 3) Cut, Sort and Stick –Differentiate upper and lowercase letter and sort them into the correct column. 4) Alphabet Puzzle Fun Sheets – No prep combination worksheets. Trace the letter, find the letter, draw something that begins with the letter and 4-piece puzzles to form the letter. 5) Alphabet Beginning Sounds Coloring Pages – Each letter coloring page comes with at least 6 objects. 6) Dot The Letter – These can be used with dot markers or dot stickers. 7) Q Tip Letters – Use a cotton bud to paint the letter. 8) Alphabet Handwriting – Correct letter writing technique is shown with space to trace upper and lowercase letters. 9) Letter Mazes – Identify the letters correctly to find the end of the maze. 10) Alphabet Playdough Mats – Fine motor strengthening activity to form the letters. 11) Alphabet Punch Cards – Letters are on the edge of the page for single hole punching or using with clips. 12) Alphabet Beginning Sound Clip Cards – 8 different sets included. Match the letter to the object (2 sets each for upper and lowercase) and match the object to the letter (2 sets each for upper and lowercase).
Educational Tools For Your Classroom: Alphabet Books We Love: Browse My Most Popular Literacy Activites:
1) Valentines Alphabet Clip Strips - Kids will choose among 5 different letters on the strip to identify the matching ones. 2) Alphabet Beginning Sound Coloring Pages - Watch your child become more familiar with each letter of the alphabet as they practice coloring in the objects with that beginning sound. 3) Tommy Turkey's Alphabet Pie - This turkey-themed letter recognition activity is so simple to prep and makes a great file folder game! 4) Pirate Alphabet Playdough Mats - Just print out the playing mats and ask your child to form the letters out using the playdough provided. 5) Farm Alphabet Find and Cover Letters - Work on letter recognition any time of the year! 6) Werewolf Spin and Cover - Kids will race to find all the letters on their mat this Halloween. 7) Bunny Burrows Game - Fun game for small groups or circle time where students will catch a bunny and say out the sound. 8) Letter-saurus Fossil Digging - Dinosaur lovers will enjoy being a pretend paleontologist and finding all the letters. 9) Alphabet Handwriting Worksheets - Practice lowercase and capital letters with these print-and-go pages. 10) Rainy Day Alphabet - 1 printable, many ways to use.
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Get ready for some preschool fairy theme fun as kids fly through learning their letters in this alphabet bingo printable game. Preschoolers will love the cute fairies! This easy prep alphabet activity will make teaching letter recognition so fun and simple.
Other Printable Alphabet Centers and Worksheets
Valentine's Alphabet Clip Strips - Combine letter recognition with fine motor strengthening in this themed game. Tommy Turkey Alphabet Pie - Pick a letter card and color it in this file folder game. Penguin and Fish Letter Match - Help your little ones learn upper and lowercase letters.</p> Fairy Alphabet Bingo Setup
For this activity you will need:
Paper Printer Any tokens you wish to use to cover the letters as they are called out Optional: laminator
If you don't have the materials needed, don't sweat! You can get it delivered to your doorstep really quickly with Amazon Prime. You can get a 30-day free trial here. Playing This Fun Fairy Game
There are 4 different bingo cards included.You can choose the one you like or use all 4 if you’re playing this in a small group setting.
Print out the letter cards and cut into individual pieces. There are upper and lowercase letters included for you. Provide some tokens that the child can use to cover the letter as it’s called. You can use pompoms, mini erasers, plastic circles, buttons - anything you like!
Pick up one letter card at a time until someone places 5 tokens in a row.BINGO! You have a winner!
More No-Prep Alphabet Games
HUGE bundle of no-prep alphabet worksheets! There are 12 activities for each letter: 1) Alphabet Draw The Scene – Trace the upper and lowercase letters then imagine and draw the rest of the scene. For example, draw what the astronaut sees in space. 2) Letter Detective – Find and color in the boxes with the letter shown. 3) Cut, Sort and Stick –Differentiate upper and lowercase letter and sort them into the correct column. 4) Alphabet Puzzle Fun Sheets – No prep combination worksheets. Trace the letter, find the letter, draw something that begins with the letter and 4-piece puzzles to form the letter. 5) Alphabet Beginning Sounds Coloring Pages – Each letter coloring page comes with at least 6 objects. 6) Dot The Letter – These can be used with dot markers or dot stickers. 7) Q Tip Letters – Use a cotton bud to paint the letter. 8) Alphabet Handwriting – Correct letter writing technique is shown with space to trace upper and lowercase letters. 9) Letter Mazes – Identify the letters correctly to find the end of the maze. 10) Alphabet Playdough Mats – Fine motor strengthening activity to form the letters. 11) Alphabet Punch Cards – Letters are on the edge of the page for single hole punching or using with clips. 12) Alphabet Beginning Sound Clip Cards – 8 different sets included. Match the letter to the object (2 sets each for upper and lowercase) and match the object to the letter (2 sets each for upper and lowercase).
Educational Tools For Your Classroom: Alphabet Books We Love: Browse My Most Popular Literacy Activites:
1) Valentines Alphabet Clip Strips - Kids will choose among 5 different letters on the strip to identify the matching ones. 2) Alphabet Beginning Sound Coloring Pages - Watch your child become more familiar with each letter of the alphabet as they practice coloring in the objects with that beginning sound. 3) Tommy Turkey's Alphabet Pie - This turkey-themed letter recognition activity is so simple to prep and makes a great file folder game! 4) Pirate Alphabet Playdough Mats - Just print out the playing mats and ask your child to form the letters out using the playdough provided. 5) Farm Alphabet Find and Cover Letters - Work on letter recognition any time of the year! 6) Werewolf Spin and Cover - Kids will race to find all the letters on their mat this Halloween. 7) Bunny Burrows Game - Fun game for small groups or circle time where students will catch a bunny and say out the sound. 8) Letter-saurus Fossil Digging - Dinosaur lovers will enjoy being a pretend paleontologist and finding all the letters. 9) Alphabet Handwriting Worksheets - Practice lowercase and capital letters with these print-and-go pages. 10) Rainy Day Alphabet - 1 printable, many ways to use.
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Get ready for some preschool fairy theme fun as kids fly through learning their letters in this alphabet bingo printable game. Preschoolers will love the cute fairies! This easy prep alphabet activity will make teaching letter recognition so fun and simple.
Other Printable Alphabet Centers and Worksheets
Valentine's Alphabet Clip Strips - Combine letter recognition with fine motor strengthening in this themed game. Tommy Turkey Alphabet Pie - Pick a letter card and color it in this file folder game. Penguin and Fish Letter Match - Help your little ones learn upper and lowercase letters.</p> Fairy Alphabet Bingo Setup
For this activity you will need:
Paper Printer Any tokens you wish to use to cover the letters as they are called out Optional: laminator
If you don't have the materials needed, don't sweat! You can get it delivered to your doorstep really quickly with Amazon Prime. You can get a 30-day free trial here. Playing This Fun Fairy Game
There are 4 different bingo cards included.You can choose the one you like or use all 4 if you’re playing this in a small group setting.
Print out the letter cards and cut into individual pieces. There are upper and lowercase letters included for you. Provide some tokens that the child can use to cover the letter as it’s called. You can use pompoms, mini erasers, plastic circles, buttons - anything you like!
Pick up one letter card at a time until someone places 5 tokens in a row.BINGO! You have a winner!
More No-Prep Alphabet Games
HUGE bundle of no-prep alphabet worksheets! There are 12 activities for each letter: 1) Alphabet Draw The Scene – Trace the upper and lowercase letters then imagine and draw the rest of the scene. For example, draw what the astronaut sees in space. 2) Letter Detective – Find and color in the boxes with the letter shown. 3) Cut, Sort and Stick –Differentiate upper and lowercase letter and sort them into the correct column. 4) Alphabet Puzzle Fun Sheets – No prep combination worksheets. Trace the letter, find the letter, draw something that begins with the letter and 4-piece puzzles to form the letter. 5) Alphabet Beginning Sounds Coloring Pages – Each letter coloring page comes with at least 6 objects. 6) Dot The Letter – These can be used with dot markers or dot stickers. 7) Q Tip Letters – Use a cotton bud to paint the letter. 8) Alphabet Handwriting – Correct letter writing technique is shown with space to trace upper and lowercase letters. 9) Letter Mazes – Identify the letters correctly to find the end of the maze. 10) Alphabet Playdough Mats – Fine motor strengthening activity to form the letters. 11) Alphabet Punch Cards – Letters are on the edge of the page for single hole punching or using with clips. 12) Alphabet Beginning Sound Clip Cards – 8 different sets included. Match the letter to the object (2 sets each for upper and lowercase) and match the object to the letter (2 sets each for upper and lowercase).
Educational Tools For Your Classroom: Alphabet Books We Love: Browse My Most Popular Literacy Activites:
1) Valentines Alphabet Clip Strips - Kids will choose among 5 different letters on the strip to identify the matching ones. 2) Alphabet Beginning Sound Coloring Pages - Watch your child become more familiar with each letter of the alphabet as they practice coloring in the objects with that beginning sound. 3) Tommy Turkey's Alphabet Pie - This turkey-themed letter recognition activity is so simple to prep and makes a great file folder game! 4) Pirate Alphabet Playdough Mats - Just print out the playing mats and ask your child to form the letters out using the playdough provided. 5) Farm Alphabet Find and Cover Letters - Work on letter recognition any time of the year! 6) Werewolf Spin and Cover - Kids will race to find all the letters on their mat this Halloween. 7) Bunny Burrows Game - Fun game for small groups or circle time where students will catch a bunny and say out the sound. 8) Letter-saurus Fossil Digging - Dinosaur lovers will enjoy being a pretend paleontologist and finding all the letters. 9) Alphabet Handwriting Worksheets - Practice lowercase and capital letters with these print-and-go pages. 10) Rainy Day Alphabet - 1 printable, many ways to use.
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Get ready for some preschool fairy theme fun as kids fly through learning their letters in this alphabet bingo printable game. Preschoolers will love the cute fairies! This easy prep alphabet activity will make teaching letter recognition so fun and simple.
Other Printable Alphabet Centers and Worksheets
Valentine's Alphabet Clip Strips - Combine letter recognition with fine motor strengthening in this themed game. Tommy Turkey Alphabet Pie - Pick a letter card and color it in this file folder game. Penguin and Fish Letter Match - Help your little ones learn upper and lowercase letters.</p> Fairy Alphabet Bingo Setup
For this activity you will need:
Paper Printer Any tokens you wish to use to cover the letters as they are called out Optional: laminator
If you don't have the materials needed, don't sweat! You can get it delivered to your doorstep really quickly with Amazon Prime. You can get a 30-day free trial here. Playing This Fun Fairy Game
There are 4 different bingo cards included.You can choose the one you like or use all 4 if you’re playing this in a small group setting.
Print out the letter cards and cut into individual pieces. There are upper and lowercase letters included for you. Provide some tokens that the child can use to cover the letter as it’s called. You can use pompoms, mini erasers, plastic circles, buttons - anything you like!
Pick up one letter card at a time until someone places 5 tokens in a row.BINGO! You have a winner!
More No-Prep Alphabet Games
HUGE bundle of no-prep alphabet worksheets! There are 12 activities for each letter: 1) Alphabet Draw The Scene – Trace the upper and lowercase letters then imagine and draw the rest of the scene. For example, draw what the astronaut sees in space. 2) Letter Detective – Find and color in the boxes with the letter shown. 3) Cut, Sort and Stick –Differentiate upper and lowercase letter and sort them into the correct column. 4) Alphabet Puzzle Fun Sheets – No prep combination worksheets. Trace the letter, find the letter, draw something that begins with the letter and 4-piece puzzles to form the letter. 5) Alphabet Beginning Sounds Coloring Pages – Each letter coloring page comes with at least 6 objects. 6) Dot The Letter – These can be used with dot markers or dot stickers. 7) Q Tip Letters – Use a cotton bud to paint the letter. 8) Alphabet Handwriting – Correct letter writing technique is shown with space to trace upper and lowercase letters. 9) Letter Mazes – Identify the letters correctly to find the end of the maze. 10) Alphabet Playdough Mats – Fine motor strengthening activity to form the letters. 11) Alphabet Punch Cards – Letters are on the edge of the page for single hole punching or using with clips. 12) Alphabet Beginning Sound Clip Cards – 8 different sets included. Match the letter to the object (2 sets each for upper and lowercase) and match the object to the letter (2 sets each for upper and lowercase).
Educational Tools For Your Classroom: Alphabet Books We Love: Browse My Most Popular Literacy Activites:
1) Valentines Alphabet Clip Strips - Kids will choose among 5 different letters on the strip to identify the matching ones. 2) Alphabet Beginning Sound Coloring Pages - Watch your child become more familiar with each letter of the alphabet as they practice coloring in the objects with that beginning sound. 3) Tommy Turkey's Alphabet Pie - This turkey-themed letter recognition activity is so simple to prep and makes a great file folder game! 4) Pirate Alphabet Playdough Mats - Just print out the playing mats and ask your child to form the letters out using the playdough provided. 5) Farm Alphabet Find and Cover Letters - Work on letter recognition any time of the year! 6) Werewolf Spin and Cover - Kids will race to find all the letters on their mat this Halloween. 7) Bunny Burrows Game - Fun game for small groups or circle time where students will catch a bunny and say out the sound. 8) Letter-saurus Fossil Digging - Dinosaur lovers will enjoy being a pretend paleontologist and finding all the letters. 9) Alphabet Handwriting Worksheets - Practice lowercase and capital letters with these print-and-go pages. 10) Rainy Day Alphabet - 1 printable, many ways to use.
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Get ready for some preschool fairy theme fun as kids fly through learning their letters in this alphabet bingo printable game. Preschoolers will love the cute fairies! This easy prep alphabet activity will make teaching letter recognition so fun and simple.
Other Printable Alphabet Centers and Worksheets
Valentine's Alphabet Clip Strips - Combine letter recognition with fine motor strengthening in this themed game. Tommy Turkey Alphabet Pie - Pick a letter card and color it in this file folder game. Penguin and Fish Letter Match - Help your little ones learn upper and lowercase letters.</p> Fairy Alphabet Bingo Setup
For this activity you will need:
Paper Printer Any tokens you wish to use to cover the letters as they are called out Optional: laminator
If you don't have the materials needed, don't sweat! You can get it delivered to your doorstep really quickly with Amazon Prime. You can get a 30-day free trial here. Playing This Fun Fairy Game
There are 4 different bingo cards included.You can choose the one you like or use all 4 if you’re playing this in a small group setting.
Print out the letter cards and cut into individual pieces. There are upper and lowercase letters included for you. Provide some tokens that the child can use to cover the letter as it’s called. You can use pompoms, mini erasers, plastic circles, buttons - anything you like!
Pick up one letter card at a time until someone places 5 tokens in a row.BINGO! You have a winner!
More No-Prep Alphabet Games
HUGE bundle of no-prep alphabet worksheets! There are 12 activities for each letter: 1) Alphabet Draw The Scene – Trace the upper and lowercase letters then imagine and draw the rest of the scene. For example, draw what the astronaut sees in space. 2) Letter Detective – Find and color in the boxes with the letter shown. 3) Cut, Sort and Stick –Differentiate upper and lowercase letter and sort them into the correct column. 4) Alphabet Puzzle Fun Sheets – No prep combination worksheets. Trace the letter, find the letter, draw something that begins with the letter and 4-piece puzzles to form the letter. 5) Alphabet Beginning Sounds Coloring Pages – Each letter coloring page comes with at least 6 objects. 6) Dot The Letter – These can be used with dot markers or dot stickers. 7) Q Tip Letters – Use a cotton bud to paint the letter. 8) Alphabet Handwriting – Correct letter writing technique is shown with space to trace upper and lowercase letters. 9) Letter Mazes – Identify the letters correctly to find the end of the maze. 10) Alphabet Playdough Mats – Fine motor strengthening activity to form the letters. 11) Alphabet Punch Cards – Letters are on the edge of the page for single hole punching or using with clips. 12) Alphabet Beginning Sound Clip Cards – 8 different sets included. Match the letter to the object (2 sets each for upper and lowercase) and match the object to the letter (2 sets each for upper and lowercase).
Educational Tools For Your Classroom: Alphabet Books We Love: Browse My Most Popular Literacy Activites:
1) Valentines Alphabet Clip Strips - Kids will choose among 5 different letters on the strip to identify the matching ones. 2) Alphabet Beginning Sound Coloring Pages - Watch your child become more familiar with each letter of the alphabet as they practice coloring in the objects with that beginning sound. 3) Tommy Turkey's Alphabet Pie - This turkey-themed letter recognition activity is so simple to prep and makes a great file folder game! 4) Pirate Alphabet Playdough Mats - Just print out the playing mats and ask your child to form the letters out using the playdough provided. 5) Farm Alphabet Find and Cover Letters - Work on letter recognition any time of the year! 6) Werewolf Spin and Cover - Kids will race to find all the letters on their mat this Halloween. 7) Bunny Burrows Game - Fun game for small groups or circle time where students will catch a bunny and say out the sound. 8) Letter-saurus Fossil Digging - Dinosaur lovers will enjoy being a pretend paleontologist and finding all the letters. 9) Alphabet Handwriting Worksheets - Practice lowercase and capital letters with these print-and-go pages. 10) Rainy Day Alphabet - 1 printable, many ways to use.
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Get ready for some preschool fairy theme fun as kids fly through learning their letters in this alphabet bingo printable game. Preschoolers will love the cute fairies! This easy prep alphabet activity will make teaching letter recognition so fun and simple.
Other Printable Alphabet Centers and Worksheets
Valentine's Alphabet Clip Strips - Combine letter recognition with fine motor strengthening in this themed game. Tommy Turkey Alphabet Pie - Pick a letter card and color it in this file folder game. Penguin and Fish Letter Match - Help your little ones learn upper and lowercase letters.</p> Fairy Alphabet Bingo Setup
For this activity you will need:
Paper Printer Any tokens you wish to use to cover the letters as they are called out Optional: laminator
If you don't have the materials needed, don't sweat! You can get it delivered to your doorstep really quickly with Amazon Prime. You can get a 30-day free trial here. Playing This Fun Fairy Game
There are 4 different bingo cards included.You can choose the one you like or use all 4 if you’re playing this in a small group setting.
Print out the letter cards and cut into individual pieces. There are upper and lowercase letters included for you. Provide some tokens that the child can use to cover the letter as it’s called. You can use pompoms, mini erasers, plastic circles, buttons - anything you like!
Pick up one letter card at a time until someone places 5 tokens in a row.BINGO! You have a winner!
More No-Prep Alphabet Games
HUGE bundle of no-prep alphabet worksheets! There are 12 activities for each letter: 1) Alphabet Draw The Scene – Trace the upper and lowercase letters then imagine and draw the rest of the scene. For example, draw what the astronaut sees in space. 2) Letter Detective – Find and color in the boxes with the letter shown. 3) Cut, Sort and Stick –Differentiate upper and lowercase letter and sort them into the correct column. 4) Alphabet Puzzle Fun Sheets – No prep combination worksheets. Trace the letter, find the letter, draw something that begins with the letter and 4-piece puzzles to form the letter. 5) Alphabet Beginning Sounds Coloring Pages – Each letter coloring page comes with at least 6 objects. 6) Dot The Letter – These can be used with dot markers or dot stickers. 7) Q Tip Letters – Use a cotton bud to paint the letter. 8) Alphabet Handwriting – Correct letter writing technique is shown with space to trace upper and lowercase letters. 9) Letter Mazes – Identify the letters correctly to find the end of the maze. 10) Alphabet Playdough Mats – Fine motor strengthening activity to form the letters. 11) Alphabet Punch Cards – Letters are on the edge of the page for single hole punching or using with clips. 12) Alphabet Beginning Sound Clip Cards – 8 different sets included. Match the letter to the object (2 sets each for upper and lowercase) and match the object to the letter (2 sets each for upper and lowercase).
Educational Tools For Your Classroom: Alphabet Books We Love: Browse My Most Popular Literacy Activites:
1) Valentines Alphabet Clip Strips - Kids will choose among 5 different letters on the strip to identify the matching ones. 2) Alphabet Beginning Sound Coloring Pages - Watch your child become more familiar with each letter of the alphabet as they practice coloring in the objects with that beginning sound. 3) Tommy Turkey's Alphabet Pie - This turkey-themed letter recognition activity is so simple to prep and makes a great file folder game! 4) Pirate Alphabet Playdough Mats - Just print out the playing mats and ask your child to form the letters out using the playdough provided. 5) Farm Alphabet Find and Cover Letters - Work on letter recognition any time of the year! 6) Werewolf Spin and Cover - Kids will race to find all the letters on their mat this Halloween. 7) Bunny Burrows Game - Fun game for small groups or circle time where students will catch a bunny and say out the sound. 8) Letter-saurus Fossil Digging - Dinosaur lovers will enjoy being a pretend paleontologist and finding all the letters. 9) Alphabet Handwriting Worksheets - Practice lowercase and capital letters with these print-and-go pages. 10) Rainy Day Alphabet - 1 printable, many ways to use.
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Get ready for some preschool fairy theme fun as kids fly through learning their letters in this alphabet bingo printable game. Preschoolers will love the cute fairies! This easy prep alphabet activity will make teaching letter recognition so fun and simple.
Other Printable Alphabet Centers and Worksheets
Valentine's Alphabet Clip Strips - Combine letter recognition with fine motor strengthening in this themed game. Tommy Turkey Alphabet Pie - Pick a letter card and color it in this file folder game. Penguin and Fish Letter Match - Help your little ones learn upper and lowercase letters.</p> Fairy Alphabet Bingo Setup
For this activity you will need:
Paper Printer Any tokens you wish to use to cover the letters as they are called out Optional: laminator
If you don't have the materials needed, don't sweat! You can get it delivered to your doorstep really quickly with Amazon Prime. You can get a 30-day free trial here. Playing This Fun Fairy Game
There are 4 different bingo cards included.You can choose the one you like or use all 4 if you’re playing this in a small group setting.
Print out the letter cards and cut into individual pieces. There are upper and lowercase letters included for you. Provide some tokens that the child can use to cover the letter as it’s called. You can use pompoms, mini erasers, plastic circles, buttons - anything you like!
Pick up one letter card at a time until someone places 5 tokens in a row.BINGO! You have a winner!
More No-Prep Alphabet Games
HUGE bundle of no-prep alphabet worksheets! There are 12 activities for each letter: 1) Alphabet Draw The Scene – Trace the upper and lowercase letters then imagine and draw the rest of the scene. For example, draw what the astronaut sees in space. 2) Letter Detective – Find and color in the boxes with the letter shown. 3) Cut, Sort and Stick –Differentiate upper and lowercase letter and sort them into the correct column. 4) Alphabet Puzzle Fun Sheets – No prep combination worksheets. Trace the letter, find the letter, draw something that begins with the letter and 4-piece puzzles to form the letter. 5) Alphabet Beginning Sounds Coloring Pages – Each letter coloring page comes with at least 6 objects. 6) Dot The Letter – These can be used with dot markers or dot stickers. 7) Q Tip Letters – Use a cotton bud to paint the letter. 8) Alphabet Handwriting – Correct letter writing technique is shown with space to trace upper and lowercase letters. 9) Letter Mazes – Identify the letters correctly to find the end of the maze. 10) Alphabet Playdough Mats – Fine motor strengthening activity to form the letters. 11) Alphabet Punch Cards – Letters are on the edge of the page for single hole punching or using with clips. 12) Alphabet Beginning Sound Clip Cards – 8 different sets included. Match the letter to the object (2 sets each for upper and lowercase) and match the object to the letter (2 sets each for upper and lowercase).
Educational Tools For Your Classroom: Alphabet Books We Love: Browse My Most Popular Literacy Activites:
1) Valentines Alphabet Clip Strips - Kids will choose among 5 different letters on the strip to identify the matching ones. 2) Alphabet Beginning Sound Coloring Pages - Watch your child become more familiar with each letter of the alphabet as they practice coloring in the objects with that beginning sound. 3) Tommy Turkey's Alphabet Pie - This turkey-themed letter recognition activity is so simple to prep and makes a great file folder game! 4) Pirate Alphabet Playdough Mats - Just print out the playing mats and ask your child to form the letters out using the playdough provided. 5) Farm Alphabet Find and Cover Letters - Work on letter recognition any time of the year! 6) Werewolf Spin and Cover - Kids will race to find all the letters on their mat this Halloween. 7) Bunny Burrows Game - Fun game for small groups or circle time where students will catch a bunny and say out the sound. 8) Letter-saurus Fossil Digging - Dinosaur lovers will enjoy being a pretend paleontologist and finding all the letters. 9) Alphabet Handwriting Worksheets - Practice lowercase and capital letters with these print-and-go pages. 10) Rainy Day Alphabet - 1 printable, many ways to use.
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Browse My Most Popular Literacy Activites:

1) Valentines Alphabet Clip StripsKids will choose among 5 different letters on the strip to identify the matching ones.

2) Alphabet Beginning Sound Coloring PagesWatch your child become more familiar with each letter of the alphabet as they practice coloring in the objects with that beginning sound.

3) Tommy Turkey’s Alphabet PieThis turkey-themed letter recognition activity is so simple to prep and makes a great file folder game!

4) Pirate Alphabet Playdough MatsJust print out the playing mats and ask your child to form the letters out using the playdough provided.

5) Farm Alphabet Find and Cover Letters – Work on letter recognition any time of the year!

6) Werewolf Spin and Cover – Kids will race to find all the letters on their mat this Halloween.

7) Bunny Burrows Game – Fun game for small groups or circle time where students will catch a bunny and say out the sound.

8) Letter-saurus Fossil Digging – Dinosaur lovers will enjoy being a pretend paleontologist and finding all the letters.

9) Alphabet Handwriting Worksheets – Practice lowercase and capital letters with these print-and-go pages.

10) Rainy Day Alphabet – 1 printable, many ways to use.

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