Alphabet Chart Freebie

This free printable alphabet chart is perfect to help my preschooler remember the upper and lower case versions of each letter. We can also use this same chart as we move into beginning sounds.

My oldest has recently (in the past few months I'd say) become obsessed with letters and words and spelling things.  We are working on the fact that each letter has an upper and lowercase but she still gravitates toward the uppercase letter most of the time.  Lately, she will ask me how to spell something and then occasionally she will ask how to make a certain letter.  I decided to make her a quick alphabet chart that she could use as a reference.  I taped a big version to the wall near her coloring table.
This free printable alphabet chart is perfect to help my preschooler remember the upper and lower case versions of each letter.  We can also use this same chart as we move into beginning sounds.

I put a medium sized chart in her post office dramatic play area and then I stuck a little version in the diaper bag to use in the car or when we are out and about.
This free printable alphabet chart is perfect to help my preschooler remember the upper and lower case versions of each letter.  We can also use this same chart as we move into beginning sounds.

Now she can find the letter she needs to remember, see the two different versions of each letter and identify a picture that starts with each letter.  Could you use an alphabet chart with your little ones or in your classroom?    It comes in 3 different sizes - you choose what meets your needs.

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