This Bingo Marker Letter Recognition workbook activity is designed to help preschoolers learn the letters of the alphabet.
The pages are great for working on hand-eye coordination, fine-motor skills, and one-to-one correspondence skills.
The workbook contains 26 pages of worksheets to identify letters and mark them using Bingo dauber markers or circle stickers. What a fun, free, and easy way to support letter recognition and strengthen gross motor skills!
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Each page has one letter with upper and lower case versions of the letters at the top of the page. The graphic on the page begins with the corresponding letter and you can easily start introducing vocabulary with each letter as your child works page to page.
You can also print these pages in grayscale just make sure to change the settings before hitting print on your computer.
My kids love easy activities like these especially my two-year-old who really enjoyed dotting all of the letters she could find that matched with some help from Mom of course!
We like to use bingo daubers to work our pages, but there are so many other fun items you can use to cover the correct uppercase and lowercase letters on each page.
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Bingo Marker Workbook Supply Ideas
- Bingo Daubers
- Circle Stickers
- 1-inch Pom Poms
- Magnets with a cookie sheet
- Colored Pencils or crayons
- Use a stamp pad and your thumb
- Use clear bingo chips to cover the right letters
26 Pages of Bingo Dauber Letter Recognition Fun!
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