Engage your preschool or kindergarten aged child in hands-on learning about letters with this fun collection of the best alphabet games and resources.
21 Best Alphabet Games & Resources
1. Alphabet Cookie Cutters: Easy for children to use, these plastic alphabet cookie cutters are great for use with cookie dough or playdough, or cut cheese slices for a delicious alphabet snack.
2. Magnetic Letters (and Numbers) with Matching Picture Magnets: A comprehensive magnet letter play set with both upper and lower case letters and picture magnets to match.
3. Large Magnetic Alphabet Flash Cards: Great for display and play on your fridge or classroom whiteboard.
4. Magnetic Letter Construction Set: A great hands-on tool for building letters.
5. Wooden Alphabet Puzzle: The chunky, wooden letter shapes of this alphabet puzzle make great tools for hands-on letter learning.
6. Magnetic Wooden Fishing Game Alphabet Puzzle: The most fun you can have learning about letters might just be this colourful magnetic fishing game!
9. Jumbo Alphabet Floor Puzzle: A great alphabet puzzle challenge!
10. Foam Alphabet Letters: Make bath or shower time time for alphabet learning with these fun foam letter shapes.
11. Alphabet Beads: Threading beads is a great fine motor activity and these alphabet beads add a wonderful alphabet learning addition. As your child learns to read they can use the beads to form CVC words and sight words too.
16. Alphabet Poster: A bright and colourful way to display the alphabet.
17. Montessori Sandpaper Letter Sets: These bold sandpaper letter cards are great for home and school.
18. Alphabet Bean Bags: These brightly coloured, washable felt bean bags are great for playing active games with letters.
19. Find the Intruder Alphabet Game: This fun detective game is excellent to play with kids developing confidence in identifying initial sounds.
20. Wooden Montessori Letter & Reading Blocks: Help early learners learn letter names and sounds with this great set of wooden letter cubes and reading blocks featuring easy-to-read CVC words.
21. Alphabet Placemat: Adding an alphabet placemat to mealtimes is a great way to make alphabet learning part of your everyday routine.