Your students will enjoy the preschool alphabet fun using magnetic letters. These are great options for your list of early literacy activities! If you’re a regular Fun-A-Day reader, you know I am all about FUN and MEANINGFUL learning for kiddos. This mantra of mine applies to preschool alphabet activities, too, of course.
fun preschool alphabet activities with magnetic letters
Easy-peasy sight word puzzles | P is for Preschooler
Name Kits | Fun-A-Day
Magnetic letter rainbow | Fantastic Fun and Learning
Magnetic letter alphabet soup | Pre-K Pages
Earth Day making words sensory bin | Fun-A-Day
Color matching water bin with letters | Sugar Aunts
Magnetic letters in the block center | Teaching 2 and 3 Year Olds
Decorating cupcakes with a literacy twist | Learn with Play at Home
Alphabet construction site | My Nearest and Dearest
Magnetic letters on the garage door | Sugar Aunts
Magnetic letter word families | No Time for Flash Cards
8 magnetic letter games | Growing Book by Book
“Read My Mind” letter game | Playdough to Plato
Reading and matching game | The Pleasantest Thing
Alphabet Goo | Learn with Play at Home
Magnetic letter slam | Mom Inspired Life
ABCs and 123s eBook
I absolutely adore this eBook. Yes, I’m a little biased since I worked together with other parents and teachers to create it. That doesn’t mean it isn’t amazing in its own right, of course! ABCs and 123s is full of 40+ kids’ hands-on activities for learning the alphabet and numbers. Each activity is kid-approved and geared towards children ages 2 to 8. Read more about the eBook now.
Hands-On Preschool Materials
It is imperative that we keep our classrooms stocked with materials that will give our students the hands-on learning experiences that they love (and need!). There are a few specific things that I always keep on-hand in my classroom. Check them out in the list below.
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- Safety scissors
- Dramatic play items
- Magnetic letters
- Math manipulatives
- Dry erase markers
- Sensory items
- Play dough
- Craft supplies
- Playground balls
- Music and movement tools
- Books, books, and more books!
When it comes to preschool, this list is really just skims the surface of the wide variety of materials that can be used. The best thing about this age group is that they learn the most while playing. So, whether they’re playing on the playground, building with blocks, or creating a masterpiece, rest assured that the children are learning so many important skills, all while having fun!
Done-for-You Preschool Resources
Planning meaningful lessons for students week after week, all while balancing other teaching responsibilities and a personal life, can be a daunting task. That’s where Preschool Teacher 101 comes in to save you time!
Preschool Teacher 101 is excited to share with you some amazing lesson plans, activity packs, and much more! We offer a wide variety of themes that are frequently used in preschool classrooms, as well as some less common (but super interesting) themes. Click on the images below to learn more about some of my favorite alphabet product offerings.
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