Alphabet Lego Cards – Uppercase {free printable!}

Alphabet Lego Cards - Uppercase {free printable!} from Wildflower Ramblings

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Legos.  Is there any other toy that a little boy needs?  My son plays with his Lego Duplos every day.  We picked up a huge Lego Duplo box at a garage sale (score!) and have received some smaller sets as gifts — the Farm set and Construction set.

My son was wondering what I was building one day when I set out an A, B, C, and D in Legos.  “Mom!” He yelled when he realized. He was so excited.  He helped me find the various Duplos that I needed to build the letters.  I used mathematical language — twos, threes, and fours — this lended itself to math extension work!

My photos are imperfect, but I made some fun Lego Alphabet cards for him.  I hope that these cards will help him build the Uppercase Letters in Legos on his own.  {We are working on uppercase letters right now in our Tot School.  Check out my Early Literacy Stage 1 for why we chose to start with uppercase.}

Alphabet Lego Cards - Uppercase {free printable!}

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My son was so excited to see these cards — I laminated them and attached them with a ring binder – he wanted to sleep with them at night :)

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Comments

  1. says

    My 4 year-old grandson is a Lego addict and these will be great for him to complete
    learning his alphabet as well as little brother that is one year old. Thanks!

  2. says

    Thank you so much for your wonderful download. We used it in Preschool today and the kids loved it! Thanks for the time you put into it and for providing it for free. (I totally would have paid you for it if you ever decide to charge for the download!!)

    • says

      Thanks Keri!! I love hearing stories like this!! I hope you direct any of your parent’s students to my site so they can download it too :) I will have more free printables coming up so I hope you come back :)

  3. Lana Ghimpu says

    Hi! I signed up for your news letter but did not get the Lego ABC download. What I did see I could not download. Please help. Lana

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