DIY Uppercase Milk Cap Letter Set and Free Printable

At our house my two kids are learning letters and learning to read and spell so I made a set of Uppercase Letters with our…


At our house my two kids are learning letters and learning to read and spell so I made a set of Uppercase Letters with our free printable and a bag of milk caps (although you could always use the circle letters without milk caps). I used a 1″ paper punch and mod podge–so making them was fast and simple! The kids have loved our new hands on letter manipulatives and having them around makes putting together language arts activities easy.

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What to do with this printable?
The vowels are red and there is a page of extra vowels and duplicate letters so words like see, stars, and book can be made with one set of letters. You can print a second copy of the printable (and put it in a DIY Reusable Dry Erase Pocket) and kids can use it as a mat to match the milk cap letters on. The letters can be used to match letters, spell words, and read.

Uppercase Milk Cap Letters

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Uppercase Letter Printable (available for download at the end of this post)
26-41 Milk caps (26 milk caps are needed for letters A-Z and more milk caps are needed for the extra letters)
1 Inch Circle Paper Punch (affiliate link) or scissors
Mod Podge Glue (affiliate link) or Lamination supplies

Cut out the letter circles and cover the top and bottom of the milk caps with mod podge. They are ready to use once they are completely dry.
Cut out the letter circles, laminate them, cut them out again, then glue to a milk caps.

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I would love to hear what fun things you come up with to do with your milk cap letters. 
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  1. This is a wonderful way to repurpose materials for learning! Thank you for linking up at "A Little Bird Told Me" Wednesday link party. You have been featured on Mama's Happy Hive! 🙂

    1. Hi Vanessa, Thanks so much and I am so excited about the feature! Have a great day 🙂

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