Use this freebie A to Z chart printable to decorate your nursery or use it with your kids to help learn the alphabet with flashcards and games!
Learning the alphabet is a fundamental building block for your kids to eventually learn reading and writing. So it makes sense to have an A to Z chart printable up on the wall or fridge, so you can constantly review the alphabet with them. I’ve designed a bright and happy printable that helps you introduce the alphabet in both capital and lowercase letter versions.
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Hello! My name is Linda from tortagialla.com and I design digital printables to share with parents like you. Today I wanted to share my version of an A to Z alphabet chart for learning. It’s perfect for nursery wall decor as well as making flashcards once your kids are older.
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- Home printer
- White paper, white cardstock or photo paper
- optional: scissors, colored pencils, markers and stickers
A to Z Chart Printable DIY Tips & Ideas
Here are few ideas on how you can use this free A to Z chart printable for decorating your wall space to crafternoon activities with your kids.
First, when you sign-up above you will receive the link to download the A to Z chart printable for free. Once you have the PDF file saved to your computer, note there are 4 pages included. There is the chart in uppercase letters and lowercase letters in both black and white character versions.
Depending on your home and color preferences, print whichever pages you need. To get the best quality with home printers, you always want to print the best quality setting possible on the best paper you have available to you. Although it’s perfectly fine to print on regular printer paper, if you use white cardstock or photo paper, you might see more brilliant colors.
If your printer is unable to print full bleed to the edge of the paper, it’s fine to “Fit to size” when printing, so there might be a white border all around that can be trimmed off. Or you can send the PDF to a professional printer and request the specifications you want.
This A to Z chart printable makes a beautiful poster design that can be framed or added to your gallery wall for nursery decor or kids room decor. I created both the black and white letter versions depending on what you might prefer to match the tones of your home. As you can see below, you can actually print both uppercase and lowercase posters and put them side by side for decoration.
However, you can readily print more copies and use them in your kids desk or homework area as well as the fridge or corkboard in the home where your kids might pass by often. The more you see the alphabet, the more you will remember to review with your kids as you walk by!
Flashcard Activity and Games
Alternatively, you can also use this A to Z chart printable as a worksheet or activity flashcards. Just print out your preferred pages and have your kids cut along the dotted lines to create their own flashcards. The backside of each card can be filled with a drawing to represent the letter or decorated with relating stickers (great for kids who might not want to draw). It can actually be a fun game to think about an animal or object that starts with that letter to create the flashcards.
If your kids want to color in the letters of the flashcards, be sure to print out the white version for coloring. Once you have your alphabet flashcards created, you can definitely play games on recognition of the letters as well as naming an animal or object using the letter on the flashcard. Playing this game for just a bit every day can really help your kids familiarize themselves with the alphabet.
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So I hope you and your kids will enjoy using this free A to Z chart printable. From home decor to crafting projects – digital printables are very versatile!
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