Learning the ABCs is more fun with Cheerios! Grab your FREE Printable ABC Worksheets for Preschoolers to help your little one master Pre-K. This post is sponsored by Cheerios. All brain-boosting opinions are my own. May contain commissioned links.
FREE Printable ABC Worksheets for Preschoolers
The more I pushed, the more she pushed back.
I stepped into this preschool year a little worried for my daughter. Unlike her big brother (who mastered letters, colors, and shapes like parallelogram at age 2), this stubborn and feisty girl likes to learn at her own pace. Our biggest struggle, ABCs. She downright refused to do anything that required letter learning, which made the first day of Pre-K so much harder for this parent. Did the preschool teacher have a rebel on her hands?
Determined to make Pre-K fun and memorable this year, I’m taking a different approach to the ABCs, with our family’s favorite breakfast in hand. Come grab your FREE Printable ABC Worksheets for Preschoolers and see how Cheerios is helping us master a BIG year of learning.
Every Preschool Morning Begins with…
I think one of my favorite parts of my day now is watching my baby girl get ready for school. Watching her put on her clothes, brush her teeth, even admire herself in the mirror for a few minutes – it seriously makes me smile.
She’s growing up right before my eyes, excited to go to preschool everyday with her friends.
And while most of our mornings are rushed and chaotic, I really concentrate hard on making sure that one thing is comfortable and familiar. For us, that’s breakfast. In a day full of new preschool learning, we have Cheerios to keep us grounded. Those little O’s have been the highlight of our mornings for years – and now it’s the brain-boosting fuel for her busy school days.
Who knew that watching this little girl eat her Cheerios every morning would be comforting for me too – it’s so hard to let them grow up!
Learning the ABC’s Is More Fun with Cheerios!
With her new teacher and new friends encouraging my daughter even more in the letters department, we decided to take those familiar Cheerios O’s to the next level, with these FREE Printable ABC Worksheets for Preschoolers. I recommend high quality computer paper and/or cardstock for best printing results.
Similar to Do a Dot worksheets, we use Cheerios to fill the holes in our letters (Holes, get the pun?). A fun worksheet that allows us to master those ABCs while working on fine motor movements, I love that this worksheet allows kids to PLAY with their food while learning and having fun (BONUS – makes a delicious snack too).
Parent tip: Print these FREE ABC’s Cheerios Worksheets, laminate, and reuse again and again!
FREE Printable ABC Worksheets for Preschoolers | Do a Dot with Cheerios!
You know that I couldn’t keep these fun worksheets all to myself.
If you have a little learner in the house, I know that you and your kids will love diving into these FREE 13-Page Printable ABC Worksheets for Preschoolers. Just click the link to download and print your free set of alphabet worksheets.
And don’t forget to fuel your kids this back-to-school season with Cheerios. Those tasty O’s help fill my little preschooler’s belly full of goodness – so we can confidently conquer those ABC’s this year. We have A, B, X and O (how ironic, right?) down already. Only 22 more letters to go! 🙂
How did your kids learn the ABC’s? Would your little learner love these FREE Printable ABC Worksheets for Preschoolers?
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Rach Ferrucci says
These printables are adorable! We have had Cheerios in our cabinet for over 30 yrs. Started when my daughter was a baby and I grew to love them!
Kelly Hutchinson says
What a cute way to help the littles learn their alphabet! I would have loved to do something like this with mine when they were this age.
Amy Desrosiers says
My son has orientation tomorrow. He is going to love this yummy activity when I print it out!
ellen beck says
This is a cute and fun way to notonnly recognize the alphabet but also the shapes. I like to how it is edible 🙂
Sara Zielinski says
This is a great school activity.
Jack Irby says
Printed them. Going to see how the kids do with these tonight. Thank ya much!