Letter Recognition Preschool Unit 1

Letter Recognition Preschool Unit 1



Letter Recognition Preschool Unit 1

One of the first steps to teaching your preschooler to read is letter recognition! This resource uses a research-based systematic approach to teaching phonics.


⭐️Children will be exposed to letters using a multi-sensory tactics that incorporates fine motor skills.


⭐️Children need plenty of repetition to learn letter recognition, which this resource incorporates through many chances to practice and review each letter.


⭐️This packet will move through each letter. Students will engage in activities that incorporate fine motor skills including coloring, cutting, tracing, writing, and building.


What’s Included?

  1. Letter Flash Cards (uppercase and lowercase)
  2. Alternating Letter Activities A-Z (5 per letter- separate for upper and lowercase)
  • Dot-Dot Dauber Letters
  • Letter Tracing
  • Letter Find
  • Letter Book
  • Cut-and-Color
  • Letter Race Track
  • Build a Letter
  • Play Dough Build


What Materials Will I need?

  • Printer Paper/ printer
  • Glue
  • Scissors
  • Crayons
  • Pencil
  • Toy car
  • Building Blocks
  • Play Dough
  • Dauber (optional)
  • Laminator (optional)


This is the first unit in my preschool learn-to-read series. This focuses on letter recognition and letter writing, while introducing letter sounds. Keep an eye out for Unit 2 on Letter-Sound Correspondence.


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