I’ve had several people asking for a set of lowercase letters to go up on their alphabet tree, so here they are!

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At the end of the week, once our letter is learned, we put it up on our tree signifying we’re now a master of that letter! My daughter loves adding the letters to the tree. We’ll usually review all the letters and their sounds we’ve learned at that time as well.

Palm Tree can be found here!

Here are the links to download both sets:

Alternate Uses:

  • You can punch holes in the letters and use them as lacing cards
  • Use letters to practice blends or spell CVC words on the floor
  • Put magnets on the backs and use as magnetic word builders

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9 Comments

  1. Thank you for sharing this! We will definitely use these in the future. I had done this project with my daughter and linked my newly created blog to your blog. Thanks for the inspiration!~ Mrs. Mchttp://littleliteracylearners.blogspot.com/2011/03/chicka-chicka-boom-boom.html

  2. I was tring to use your contact button, but it wasn't working for me. I ordered your Letter of the Week curriculum last Sept., since then my computer crashed and I lost it all. I was wondering if there is a way to look it up and resend it? I understand is has be a while and it may not be possible. But you can email me at trinketstobows@bellsouth.net Thanks!Chris

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  3. Hi, I tried clicking on the lowercase letters and they aren’t there. Thanks for this. BTW, my son loves the letter of the week activities. He’s 3 1/2 and this is a wonderful way to teach him letters that is fun. He totally loves all the “games”.

    Heather Kelley

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