Mar 8, 2012

Free Printable: Alphabet Flashcards

My youngest has been singing the ABC song around the house, mimicking her sister by pretending to repeat Math facts and constantly wanting to do "school" with us.  Whether it's sitting and listening, participating in an activity or most likely causing trouble, she's right next to me.  So, to make her feel special by having her own "school work" (and to help her recognize each letter in the alphabet), I made her ABC flashcards.

I decided to make a simple design.... I want her to focus on the letters, instead of a fancy design, too many colors and animals.  She loves her new ABC cards.... the first thing she did when I gave them to her was put them in her bright pink, little purse (we have a love for pink around here- can you tell?).


To make the cards, I printed the alphabet on cardstock and trimmed the edges...


.... then rounded each card's corners with a corner rounder (you can find them at most craft stores in the scrapbooking section).  So easy!


 

If you'd like to give your little one their own set of pink or green flashcards, these alphabet cards are available for your personal use for FREE!  So go ahead.... download, print or just pass along the link... enjoy!!!!

Alphabet Flashcards - Green
Alphabet Flashcards - Pink


Click the arrow above to download the pdf file or click the printer icon above to print.  Print on 8.5x11" white/cream cardstock (laminate if you'd like the cards to last a long, long time), then cut along the dotted lines.  Use a corner rounder to shape the card corners or leave them straight... your choice!

Enjoy your weekend and maybe some alphabet time with your little ones!

5 comments:

  1. These are perfect! She might like the Explode the Code Series to "work" on. Get ready for the code book A, get set for the code book B and go for the code book C! I needed to get these for my littlest. Very glad I did! They recieved smiles from ear to ear when they came in the mail, and are still getting smiles!

    Happy homeschooling!

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  2. I'll have to get those workbooks out again.... they weren't a good fit for my older two, but every kid is different! Thanks for the reminder :)

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