April has officially arrived and with it, our 30 Days of ABCs and 123s series!
We’ll be spending the next 30 days sharing fun math and literacy inspired activities all in honor of our new book, Dot to Dot Activities for Learning!
If your child is struggling with the upper or lowercase letters of the alphabet or with learning their numbers to 100, our new connect the dots puzzle book is a fun and easy way to practice while keeping them engaged and entertained with fun themes like outer space, dinosaurs, and more!
The book hits stores on April 23, but is available for pre-order now, so grab a copy of your own so that you can continue your math and literacy practice after this fun series is complete!
Now, while you’re waiting for your new book to arrive, enjoy practicing the letters of the alphabet with this Easter themed bunny print letter matching activity!
Bunny Prints Alphabet Matching
Whether you’re gearing up for Easter or are simply ready to celebrate Spring, these adorable bunny footprints are sure to get you in the spirit!
With this printable set, you’ll practice matching the uppercase and lowercase version of all 26 letters of the alphabet and they’re super easy to use!
Just print them off, cut them out, laminate them for durability and have your child work through the set, matching the correct pairs.
If you’re wanting to add another element of fun, you could also try hiding them around the room.
Much like an Easter egg hunt, have your child search the room for the various bunny prints and then match the correct pairs together when they find them.
You could also set up the cards along with a salt tray. Have your child look at the letter that is written on the card and then use their finger, the eraser side of a pencil, or even a stick to write the letter in the salt tray.
However you decide to use them, they’ll give your preschooler or kindergartner plenty of opportunities for learning!