Alphabet Uppercase Posters
Your Preschoolers and Kindergartners are going to LOVE these Alphabet Uppercase Posters and Wall Cards! These ABC cards make a great addition to class decor and help students with letter recognition skills. Use alphabet wall cards in your Preschool, Kindergarten, and First Grade classrooms.
This pack includes 26 abc cards/posters that contain an uppercase letter, each with several pictures that start with the given letter’s sound to help with letter and sound recognition. There are both color and black and white versions.
- Letter and sound recognition skills
- Pre-K, Kindergarten, and 1st Grade
- 26 ABC cards
- Color and Black and White versions available
- Fun classroom decoration
Here’s what teachers are saying about this product!
“My students love these! The alphabet posters are a great resource for my students to reference while in the Writing Center.”
“Has been a life saver in my classroom. Not only do my students love the pictures, they also are learning more vocabulary words.”
“This is fabulous for my Spec Ed classroom.”
Please note that this is a digital resource so you can start using this resource immediately. 🙂
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I've loved this resource so far! I bought the black and white ones and I've been coloring them myself as a way to decompress after work. I'm going to cut them out and laminate them when I teach each letter of the day/week for my kindergarteners! The pictures are great for identification and letter sounds. I'm a huge fan!
It is so easy to rent and go. Kids had so much fun decorating these posters
It was a great start of the year addition to Kindergarten.
My PreK students and I LOVE these posters! I print them and hang them in the room to discuss each time I introduce a new letter. I’m so glad I invested in these!
I love these. I use the color versions to create anchor charts. It has been a huge time saver especially since I am face to face with my students in a hybrid schedule. I printed two of each letter and I just glue them to the anchor chart! Thanks for the super cute, incredibly helpful letter posters.