These uppercase and lowercase letter matching cards will engage your preschooler to help the mommy uppercase alphabet letter find her matching baby lowercase letter. In our latest hands on alphabet activities for kids you will be working on fine motor skills, alphabet letter recognition, color recognition and your toddler or preschoool child will be having fun!
Uppercase and Lowercase Letter Matching Clip Cards
Not only is this activity super cute, but it also appeals to a child’s feelings and can open up a conversation about how your child feels when they can’t find their mom. There are clues to help younger students, like color. The position that each alphabet letter is in, is as if they are ready to hug their baby letter.
These free printable clip cards require minimal materials! Most of what you need is probably already found at home.
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How to use clip cards with preschoolers?
Print the activity on card stock paper. Then cut out the four rectangles. Each rectangle contains an uppercase letter with three lowercase letters.
Lay a few cards out for your student with a few clothespins. If they haven’t used clip cards before then you can show them an example of how to use it.
If working with a younger child that doesn’t know all their alphabet letters then you can choose to do 4 or 8 at one time. For an older child who is familiar with all their alphabet letters you can do all the cards.
We tend to do letter of the week activities so I normally add these clip cards to the activities that we do. I will have my child do the clip card for the letter we are focusing on that week, as well as previous letters we have done. This is a great way to refresh on what they have already learned.
Download the matching uppercase and lowercase letter cards here
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