I love black and white, coloring pages, they save on ink, and my artsy kids have always been ones to enjoy coloring and decorating their own learning materials. That’s why I created these blackline, FREE printable Alphabet Flashcards. You can print them on cardstock and use them as flashcards, posters, or coloring sheets.
FREE Printable Alphabet Flash Cards
I took the time to create these because my 4-year old preschooler, Liam, is struggling to remember his letters and letter sounds. He knew them last year, but somehow has forgotten half of them, so we’re revisiting the basics this week. His 6-year-old sister, Lily, is helping him too! I’m sure that together they’ll enjoy working on coloring and learning. I plan to laminate these printable alphabet flash cards as well so that they’ll last long enough to serve us for some time.
Included in this printable set:
- Capital letters, along with lower case letters
- a coloring image that begins with the letter sound (vowels are short)
- the word that describes the picture, which can also be colored in
Why is revisiting letter names and sounds important, even at age 4 or age 6? Because repetition helps to keep things fresh in a child’s mind and gives them confidence in mastery. This leads to a lifelong love of learning in the end, because the child feels capable and proud of his/her accomplishments and achievements. They want to continue learning and growing! And, well, if you don’t – as you see with Liam – they can forget everything they’ve learned! Yikes, not good.
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