Beach Letter Find Printable

Is your child learning about uppercase and lowercase letters this summer? Learning the uppercase letters seems easier for most kids than lowercase letters are. Connecting the two, upper and lowercase, together is one of the easiest ways to help children make the connection.

Learning both upper and lowercase letters is important for both reading and writing. With this fun Beach Letter Find Printable Activity you can have kids match upper and lowercase letters together with a fun beach themed activity. This theme is perfect for summer.

If you think this printable is cool, your kids should try our Summer Letter Puzzles, too!

Beach time means peace, relaxation, playing in the sand and swimming in the lake or the ocean, whichever is closest to you. We’ve made wonderful memories at the beach so why not bring it into your home?

Having a fun summer theme can help prevent summer slide, which is a main focus for many parents during the summer months. Ensuring that they can have something fun to do during the summer that will still encourage learning is perfect.

beach letter find printable

If your child loves this summer activity, check out our list of Summer Worksheets for Kids for more.

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Beach Letter Find Printable Supplies

Print these printables out on paper and have your child find the correct upper and lowercase letter by marking them with the dot marker. My daughter loves this activity and there’s no writing needed to identify your letters.

See this huge list of free preschool printables for more ideas.

beach letter find printable

And now we have tons more fun printable kindergarten worksheets to share, too.

Recommended Beach Books for Kids

To extend this activity add in some beach themed books, plan a trip to the beach, get to know different ocean animals and animals and plants that you would see near the beach.

The Little Blue CottageThe Little Blue CottageBiscuit's First Beach DayBiscuit’s First Beach DayFancy Nancy: Sand Castles and Sand PalacesFancy Nancy: Sand Castles and Sand PalacesGood Night Beach (Good Night Our World)Good Night Beach (Good Night Our World)Wave: (Books about Ocean Waves, Beach Story Children's Books)Wave: (Books about Ocean Waves, Beach Story Children’s Books)Scaredy Squirrel at the BeachScaredy Squirrel at the Beach

 

Check our Beach Books for Kids blog post for more awesome books that we recommend.

beach letter find printable

If you’d like to reuse them, place them into a page protector and use glass beads, pom poms or blocks to place them on top of the correct answer.

We’re not near an ocean so you can learn about lake ecology and the type of fish the lake that you will visit has. This is fun for our little fisherman because it helps them identify the fish the catch.

beach letter find printable

Recommended Activity Kits for Kids

Check out these cool activity kits for your kids that they will enjoy. Be in a crafty mood making colorful sea creatures with this Kids Sea the Fun Craft Kit or enjoy a science experiment, fun pool play, or just an exciting bath time with these Ice Cream Bath Bombs.

Kids Sea the Fun Craft Kit
Ice Cream Bath Bombs

You can also grab this Beach Letter Dot Coloring Pages for more beach learning fun.

beach letter find printable

Download the beach letter find printable below

More Beach Activities

Need more beach activities? Try one of these.

Beach I Spy Graphing Printable

Beach Letter Dot Printables

Beach I Spy Graphing Printable

Beach Books for Kids

More Summer Activities

See the summer learning printables in this series – 10 Days of Summer Learning Printables.

Summer Counting Cards and Puzzles

Summer Lacing Cards

Carnival Writing Worksheets

20 Super Fun Summer Activities for Kids by Easy Peasy and Fun

20 Comments

  1. Fun! The beach is my happy place. I remember doing search games like this with my sisters years ago.

  2. Thank you for your generosity in sharing all the cute learning tools that you create! My tip to moms is to lower your standards a bit and let your children participate in helping with everyday chores like meal making, laundry, and yardwork.

  3. My tip for moms is to not be afraid to ask for help if you need it. Being a mom can be a lot of work and there are people to help you out!

  4. Julie Wood says:

    My new mom tip is to help baby fall asleep by having soothing sounds around baby. My son loved listening to music before falling asleep.

  5. Julie Wood says:

    I would say get help. It is needed with a newborn and do not be afraid to ask for help to give you a much needed break.

  6. Bridgett Wilbur says:

    Listen to your children and be supportive.

  7. Julie Wood says:

    I would say Sleep begets sleep. If they wake up too early, put them to bed earlier, not later.

  8. Melissa Storms says:

    My best tip to other mothers is to trust yourself, you are more capable than you think.

  9. Julie Wood says:

    Call and ask Mom for help. My Mom really helped me with my son and gave very good advice and gave me much needed breaks during the first months of my son’s life!

  10. monique s says:

    I would say take a deep breath. That is broad, but true, that a lot feels overwhelming….just breathe

  11. Dana Rodriguez says:

    You really need a lot of patience.

  12. Julie Wood says:

    Make sure to take time for yourself and even if it is for a few minutes, do something that makes you happy during the day.

  13. Julie Wood says:

    Make sure to take time out for yourself and get rest when needed!

  14. Enrique Herrera says:

    Never stress out when your schedule gets too full, there’s no shame in saving something for tomorrow!

  15. Julie Wood says:

    Be patient and do not fret over anything and be confident and know that you are doing your best with your baby!

  16. Lyndsey R. says:

    To not try and be your child’s best-friend. Be the mother first. Best-friends with your children will come later in life.

  17. Julie Wood says:

    I would say to get plenty of rest and help! It is important to try and get some time away from baby and rest!

  18. My advice is to make sure you take some time for yourself to recharge.

  19. Stay strong in your convictions and do not allow your child to take charge. It is your job to be a parent first and a friend later (when they are grown).

  20. Laurie Nykaza says:

    My tip for moms is to spend as much time with your kids as you can they grow up so quickly.

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