Who needs to practice their letters? These Christmas letter puzzles are a wonderful way to practice lower and uppercase recognition. I love bringing in different seasons and holidays into our homeschool, likely because I like to teach in themes.
These Christmas kindergarten worksheets can bring in the festivities into your learning and make it more fun. Pair it with some lovely Christmas books and it won’t even look like school.
Have you seen my simple alphabet tray? It’s another easy and fun way to start learning your letters. Because you can write out lower or uppercase letters for the student to match up with the magnet tiles.
Printables are an easy and frugal way to teach your kids rather than buying more expensive toys and gadgets. Plus there’s a whole library of stuff out there as long as you have a computer and printer. While I produce a lot of worksheets, they are not the sole way that my kids learn, but they do love them and use them to aid what I teach.
Christmas Letter Puzzle Supplies
Print out the puzzles onto paper or cardstock, which would be sturdier, and then laminate or cover in contact paper before cutting them up. This will leave you with a puzzle that will last so that your child can use them again and again.
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Mix and match them up, take a look at my other kindergarten worksheets to see what you can use with them. I hate placing grade levels on my stuff but these can be used my preschoolers just as well.