This Christmas alphabet activity is perfect for toddlers and preschoolers who are learning their ABCs! It is an easy activity to set up with no mess.
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I have been working with my daughter on recognizing the letters of the alphabet. She can sing her ABCs but we are still working on recognizing the letters. My son had the alphabet down super early which was awesome but I know that both are totally normal. My personal motto is that kids learn at their own pace and there’s no rush.
My daughter loves dot stickers so any time there’s a theme or a holiday I make a new sheet for her. I love using dot stickers since they are always a low prep and low mess activity. As a busy mom of two, I’m all for easy wins!
⭐ Why you will love this activity
This is a fun way for kids to learn the alphabet. Plus, by using dot stickers kids will be working on their fine motor skills too. This activity is easy to set up and there’s no mess either.
⭐ Why use dot stickers?
I am a huge, huge fan of using dot stickers for both learning activities and crafts. They are easy to set up and I find the ones I get from Amazon peel off pretty easy which is great if one of my kids puts them on our table by accident.
⭐ How to do this activity
- Print the free Christmas tree alphabet match PDF below.
- Next, label a set of red or green dot stickers with letters to match up.
- Have your child peel and stick them to match them.
⭐ How to make the printable more challenging for older children
If you’d like to make this printable more challenging, try writing lowercase letters on the dot stickers to match to the corresponding uppercase letter.
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🧾 How to download and print
To download and print the alphabet match printable simply click the download button below. This worksheet is free for personal use only, no commercial reproduction of any kind is allowed.