Good morning everyone! I hope you’re all continuing to enjoy and use our new homeschooling community! I am blown away by the response we received, and I’m so glad that it seems to be of benefit to so many people!
I have another fun freebie to share with you today!
For those of you who don’t know, I created the K4 Number Order Puzzles quite awhile ago, and so I thought it would be fun to have an alphabetical order puzzle as well.
I’ve had this on my “to-do” list for quite some time, and finally had the chance to sit down and make it!
–> Download the A-Z Alphabetical Order Puzzle here! <–
- Print the A-Z Alphabetical Order Puzzle download on copy paper, or cardstock if you would like to re-use it.
- Have students cut along the solid lines to create puzzle pieces.
- Next have them place the pieces in alphabetical order to complete the puzzle.
- You can laminate and re-use this puzzle, or have them glue the pieces in order on a large piece of construction paper.
And that’s it! I hope you enjoy this lovely Monday, and my new freebie!
These activities go great with my K4 Kindergarten Curriculum. The K4 Kindergarten Curriculum is great for kids age 4-5 who are kindergarten ready. The curriculum introduces beginning reading, math and handwriting skills, and prepares students to enter into first grade!
If you have a preschooler you might want to check out my Letter of the Week Curriculum, click on the image below to see more preschool activities.
This is perfect for my two youngest who are currently learning their letters. Thanks so much!
Thanks for the awesome puzzle!!! My 3 year old is working on learning his alphabet and this will be so fun to do with him. I think I’ll laminate the pieces for him. He is a little rough with stuff.
LOVE THIS! Thanks SO much!
I purchased the K4 product and there were no lacing cards, sizing activities, dotter, etc in the download. I have to admit I was disappointed because most of what is included I have already downloaded from the free printables page.
I’m sorry for any confusion, the lacing cards, sizing activities, dotting pages, etc. are included in my Preschool Letter of the Week curriculum, NOT in the K4 Kindergarten curriculum. Did you purchase the wrong one by mistake? If so I can swap them out for you. Just let me know.
Also, for the K4 program, there are several additional downloads that are not free on my website. But I do try to provide as much free as I can to help bless other homeschoolers. The paid versions always have quite a few extras including lesson plans, and they help bless our family in return for the time it takes me to create them 🙂
Absolutely STUNNING! Thank YOU for sharing your ‘God-given’ creativity for the benefit of our students’ learning! Bless YOU, thoughtful Teacher!