With the youngest one being in daycare, all of the kids are now learning! Every day the two year old even has homework, which consists of coloring a letter and trying to sound out the letter. It’s easy, fun, and she is learning! I decided I wanted to help out and give all of the kids something to take home while they are working on their alphabet. I decided to make alphabet printables to share with her class! With autumn right around the corner, what better alphabet letter than the letter P for pumpkin?
While they won’t be getting to the letter P until next month, I thought I would share this early enough so you can download this free printable and make some of your own!
I printed these out at my local Kinko’s to share in her class. They are learning so much, growing so fast, and I want to be a part of it as much as I can.
I also printed these out in a smaller version so that each student in her class can have their very own printable to take home.
I then cut them out and put them together like a little note pad/tear book so the teacher could easily pass these out, one by one. I just used rubber cement to keep the notepad together.
I hope you liked this fun little project, feel free to PIN if you LOVE it. I will be sharing a few more free alphabet printables throughout the year with you, and to be shared with her pre- preschool class.
Make sure to click here to get your free printable!