Inside: five FREE PDF letter A printables in Spanish for children ages 3-6. These activities are perfect for the classroom or for fun at home! You can subscribe to get your FREE printable activities at the end of this post!
Today I am bringing you five letter A printables in Spanish for kids!
These printable letter activities are an excellent resource for familiarizing your kids or students with letters and preparing them for their literacy journey.
These letter printables are geared towards children ages 3-6, but they can also be an excellent resource for the beginning Spanish learner of any age!
Enjoy, and when you are working on your activity, take a picture and tag me on Instagram using the handle @lorenaylennox! I would love to see your littles learning!
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What comes in this free letter A printables in Spanish kit?
In this kit, you will have access to a five-page activity workbook.
- Page 1 is a letter A tracing page with three animals that start with the letter A: la araña, la abeja, and la ardilla.
- Page 2 is a coloring page about una ardilla and un árbol where you can have your preschooler circle all of the A’s on the page.
- A la araña maze
- A color-by-number bee coloring page
- An upper and lower case A to work your preschooler’s fine-motor skills
How to get your free letter A printables in Spanish?
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Let me know in the comments below what you think about these printables. If they are a success, I plan on expanding to create more themes such as animals, shapes, colors and more.