This hibernation preschool alphabet letter matching activity is the perfect addition to your preschool winter lesson plans. Children can match the uppercase and lowercase alphabet letters to place the bear in their correct caves.Hibernation Preschool Alphabet Letter Matching Activity
We do a lot of alphabet activities for kids at home. Preschool children are naturally curious about the alphabet, so I thought it would be fun to tie this alphabet practice into winter learning.
Before you begin with the alphabet letter activity, I suggest you check out my hibernation activities for preschoolers post. It contains all the details on how you can introduce the concept of hibernation and discuss different animals that hibernate.
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Bear Snores On by Karma Wilson is one of my favorite hibernation books for preschoolers and kindergarten students. It has a catchy theme and it is a great way to start exploring hibernation.
How to prepare the activity
To prepare the activity you have to cut out the bears. Don’t cut the caves out.
Then laminate the pieces.
Add velcro dots. You could make this a file folder game by gluing the cave sheets to the file folder.
I have included an uppercase lowercase match, as well as an alphabet letter uppercase to uppercase matching for younger kids.
I would say this activity is age appropriate for children ages 3 years to 6 years.
You can find more fun hibernation activities for preschoolers at Crayons and Cuties In Kindergarten.
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