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Preschool Corner ~ Uppercase & Lowercase Matching Printables

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Note: There will not be a Preschool Corner the next two Fridays {December 25th or January 1st}. We’ll be busy enjoying the holidays with our family. If you are still having preschool time with your kiddos, keep posting! You can link up those posts when we return on January 8th! Otherwise, the linky will be open until then.

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I am SO loving this printable! Zachary is doing pretty well matching upper and lowercase letters, but still has trouble with a few letters at times, so I put these together to help him out.

upper lowercase letters Click on thumbnail to download the printable.

The set has 14 pages of cards{4 cards to a page} with two full sets of alphabet cards. One set that can be cut in half to use as ‘puzzle matching’ and the other can be used as flashcards. Each card has the uppercase letter in the top left corner and the matching lowercase letter in the lower right corner. The cards have a picture in the center that begins with that letter sound. Puzzle cards have a faint gray line down the middle to use as a cutting guide. We’ve printed ours off on cardstock and laminated them to make them stronger.

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  1. nativepride59 says

    Thank you for all you share.

  2. Thanks we love this!

  3. I printed these out as two to a page and mounted them into a file folder! So happy with these, thanks so much!


  5. Great resource! Thank you for your sharing

  6. Loved the alphabet cards until I saw Xylophone for x. Its much more common now to have pictures like box or fox to go with x.

    • I’m sorry they don’t work for you. At the time they were created I used the clip art available, and the focus was on the beginning letters. These were printables I created (and purchased the clip art) for our family and decided to share them at no cost to readers.

  7. You can’t please all people all of the time especially if they don’t want to be pleased

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