Teach preschoolers the alphabet and phonics with this FREE printable Rainbow Puzzle letter set. Includes uppercase and lowercase letters. This rainbow-themed activity is perfect for spring, St. Patrick’s Day, or within a weather unit.
Without knowing your letters how does someone expect you to match them together? With an uppercase letter on the left, a lowercase letter on the right, and a matching phonics picture in the middle this free Rainbow Letter printable makes learning letters easy.
Add to the learning with a Free Set of Alphabet Handwriting Pages.
The pictures are perfect for helping kids like Little Dragon who are still learning their letters and exciting for kids like Little Tiger who enjoy putting puzzles together and can always use some extra letter practice.
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Rainbow Letter Match Free Printable
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Print the rainbow printable out. I like to print them on Cardstock (affiliate link) so they are thick and last longer. Cut out the cards and Laminate (affiliate link) them if you would like for extra protection and cut them out again. I still need to laminate my cards. So funny story, as I was cutting the letter puzzles out Little Dragon walks over and narrates with the picture on the card would say. So to my side I hear, “no don’t cut me…ahhh.” The great thing about him developing empathy for the pictures on the cards is he was eager to help them find their match and put them back together.
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Originally posted 3/1/2016 Updated 1/30/2020