Preschool Contributor: Letter Sorting Printable

Hi again! I’m the Preschool Contributor: Sarah from All Things with Purpose
where my friend Julia and I blog about homeschooling, parenting,
marriage struggles, crafts, sewing and diy.
If you have a hyper preschooler, you value a good activity
that holds their attention for more than 10 minutes…
and score *bonus points* when it’s educational!
I’ve also learned from working with my older kids that a solid grasp
of basic preschool concepts make things way easier for them as they
learn to read and advance into other grades.
This is a great activity that solidifies the uppercase and lowercase letter concept.
Keep your preschooler engaged for AT LEAST 5 minutes… maybe even 10!
This printable activity pack will teach:
- Uppercase and Lowercase Letters
- Matching Skills
- Color Sorting
- Fine Motor Skills
Print on cardstock or paper and store in a file folder to pull out
whenever you need a quick educational activity.
This is great for homeschooling or reinforcing a concept
your preschooler is learning at school!

Download it now for free HERE

Don’t forget to drop by and say hello over at All Things with Purpose!
We have a lot of other fun, free printables 
and encouragement for parents of preschoolers losing their minds
struggling to keep them busy and engaged without destroying the house
running out of things to do :)
How can someone so small and adorable be so destructive??
This is Olivia. Child number 3 that clogged the toilet and put a hole in the ceiling.
Yet melts our hearts with a single smile and bat of the eyes!

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About Sarah Lemp

I am a "second generation" homeschooler. Full-time mom to 3, youth pastor's wife, musician, avid DIYer and artist. I love singing, creating, thrifting and eating. I hate doing laundry and am not a huge fan of cooking. I like fast and easy recipes, using healthy, inexpensive ingredients. I'll try to do anything myself if it will save money. When all else fails, spray paint it!

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