If you’ve been following my blog for long, then you know I love to create fun printables for my preschoolers. I have a certificate in Early Childhood Education and I’ve enjoyed being a practitioner of Montessori methods with my own children for a handful of years.
By sharing about our preschool at home activities online I hope to help other moms and grandparents, teachers and caretakers discover new fun ways to use contemporary Montessori methods to preschool at home. I even teach other moms how to preschool at home through my online preschool program: Visual Montessori.
Did you know you can enrich your preschooler’s early childhood education with just a few simple preschool activities? You can, and with this post I’ll be sharing five fun and easy ideas.
If you want to enrich your preschooler’s early childhood education with preschool activities that will help them learn the alphabet, you are in the right place!
Three Ways to Engage with the HappyandBlessedHome.com Preschool at Home Learning Curriculum
There are three ways to join our family in our preschool at home efforts and all three are included in this post about the Letter F.
- Level 1: FREE – Sign up for my FREE Printables as a member of HappyandblessedHome.com. Whenever I send out a free printable, easy recipe, or idea for family fun, the post will go straight to your in-box. Plus, you always have access to these FREE 5 Packs of Alphabet Letter Printables whenever you visit me online.
- Level 2: Al la Carte – If you love the 5 Page Packs of Alphabet Printables, you will absolutely love the full packs with 30+ activities for each letter of the alphabet, you can purchase the complete 30+ Activity Packs online in my store at Teachers Pay Teachers.
- Level 3: Get the full curriculum, complete with training videos, lesson plans, resource guide, printables, and online support, sign up at VisualMontessori.com. For the latest coupon or sale price on the curriculum send an e-mail to support [at] visualmontessori [dot] com
5 FREE Preschool Worksheets for Preschool Alphabet Letter F
I spent over five years developing a preschool learning curriculum for my two boys and I used the principles of Montessori, and everything I was learning about early childhood education, to create a preschool learning curriculum based upon the 12 Sensitive Periods for children between the ages of birth and six years old as outlined in Montessori.
Here I am sharing 5 FREE Preschool Worksheets for Preschool Alphabet Letter F. It’s a sample pack from our family’s preschool at home program, Visual Montessori, based upon the 12 sensitive periods as outlined in Montessori.
When you think of preschoolers and the letter F, two fun words to emphasize are “family” and “friends“.
If you enjoy the FREE 5 Preschool Worksheets for Preschool Alphabet Letter F, you may also like the entire Letter F Printable Pack, it includes 30 activities focused on learning the letter “F” and short words that start with the letter “F”. Click here to purchase the entire 60 Page Letter F Printable Pack for Preschool.
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We’re on the letter “F” this week and I’m super excited to share with you a set of 5 FREE Preschool Worksheets taken straight from my larger printable pack that is 60 pages with over 30 FUN activities for preschoolers.
Teach Character in your at home Preschool
In addition, if you’ve been following my blog then you know I supplement our activities with Gods Little Explorers. It’s a wonderful preschool curriculum designed to help you take your preschooler through the bible with easy fun activities appropriate for a preschool-aged child. To learn more, click on: Gods Little Explorers.
Tips to help you Preschool at Home
Also, this week I’m featuring a new teaching tool – Beginning Language Roll and Learn Pocket Dice from Carson Dellosa.
I have two active little boys and keeping their attention can, at times, be a challenge. That’s why I love tools like this one. Its easy to roll the “dice” and have some fun.
Carson Dellosa offers a vast array of tools for teachers and homeschoolers. I contacted them to see about using some of their products for my at-home classroom and they were excited to learn about my blog and offered me some free products if I would write about them. I picked the products I wanted to try and voila’ – you get an added benefit because letter F printables will now include cards to add to the games you can already do with these pocket cubes. I’ve included an affiliate link here via Amazon for your convenience: Beginning Language Roll and Learn Pocket Dice.
And, make sure to check out my “All About My Family” FREE Faces and Family Portraits book craft that I published earlier on the blog. It’s a perfect way to enjoy time together as a family – learning about all the members of the family and creating fun-loving portraits of them.
If you’re a subscriber, my FREE Farm Animals printable pack is perfect for letter “F” week. “Farm” is a high frequency word for emergent readers. I also created a pattern for a FREE Go-Fish game. You can create your own at home with some paper, paper clips, some string, a stick, and a magnet. I posted a video tutorial here: Go Fish Game.
Testing Reading Readiness in Preschoolers
If you would like to assess your preschooler’s readiness in the area of reading, I have a free chart in my post, Advancing Preschool Reading Behaviors. If you like this post, please PIN it on PINTEREST.
My goal is to create a PINTEREST board for each letter of the alphabet. Follow me on Pinterest if you want to get copied on all the resources and ideas that I discover via Pinterest.
What’s Inside the Complete Letter F Printable Pack?
My boys love to roll the cubes and stack them with other blocks. We have had a blast with these cubes. The letter “F”printable pack includes cards for action words like flap, fill, fit, and fix and body parts like finger, foot, face and funny-bone. Just imagine asking your child to flap their funny-bone – giggles for everyone! You can purchase the entire pack at TeachersPayTeachers here: 60 Page Letter F Printable Pack for Preschool.
The entire pdf file for our letter “F” this week consists of 60 pages and 30 activities and includes:
- 10 Coloring Pages
- Letter F Sensory Tracing
- 2 Connect the flowers
- Letter F with flowers and footballs – There are two lace up cards – one with a flower and one with a football. I did the same thing with the create-a-letter craft. I wanted to make sure I created printables that were fun for both boys and girls.
- 5 Tracing Pages
- Fish Craft
- Flower and Football Lace-Up Cards
- Shapes Cutting and Matching
- Cutting Practice
- Align and Count
- Counting and Organizing Fruit
- 20 flashcards with short words that start in “f”
- Fruit Bowl Game
- 4 Do-a-dot Pages
- Flashcards with letter “F” sight words
In my downloadable printables you’ll find flashcards for 20 words with pictures as well as sight words for your preschooler. For information about what sight words are appropriate for pre-K, kindergarten and up through grade 3, please see my post, sight words.
5 FREE Preschool Worksheets for Preschool Alphabet Letter F from my Preschool Alphabet Series
For each and every letter of the alphabet, you can access 5 FREE Preschool Worksheets for each letter of the alphabet. The worksheets are designed to illustrate what you can find in my printable packs online at TeachersPayTeachers. But if you truly want an awesome at home preschool experience, you’ll want to sign up for my online preschool at home program at VisualMontessori.com.
Moms who preschool at home with VisualMontessori.com gain access to 30+ training videos, 1,300 pages of printables that cover all 12 sensitive periods for learning from birth through age six, my Montessori preschool lesson plans, a resource guide for each and every letter of the alphabet, and online support.
Click through to gain access to 5 FREE Preschool Worksheets for each and every letter of the alphabet:
- Learn to Read Preschool Alphabet Letter A
- Learn to Read Preschool Alphabet Letter B
- Learn to Read Preschool Alphabet Letter C
- Learn to Read Preschool Alphabet Letter D
- Learn to Read Preschool Alphabet Letter E
- Learn to Read Preschool Alphabet Letter F
- Learn to Read Preschool Alphabet Letter G
- Learn to Read Preschool Alphabet Letter H
- Learn to Read Preschool Alphabet Letter I
- Learn to Read Preschool Alphabet Letter J
- Learn to Read Preschool Alphabet Letter K
- Learn to Read Preschool Alphabet Letter L
- Learn to Read Preschool Alphabet Letter M
- Learn to Read Preschool Alphabet Letter N
- Learn to Read Preschool Alphabet Letter O
- Learn to Read Preschool Alphabet Letter P
- Learn to Read Preschool Alphabet Letter Q
- Learn to Read Preschool Alphabet Letter R
- Learn to Read Preschool Alphabet Letter S
- Learn to Read Preschool Alphabet Letter T
- Learn to Read Preschool Alphabet Letter U
- Learn to Read Preschool Alphabet Letter V
- Learn to Read Preschool Alphabet Letter W
- Learn to Read Preschool Alphabet Letter X
- Learn to Read Preschool Alphabet Letter Y
- Learn to Read Preschool Alphabet Letter Z
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