Alphabet Kindergarten Preschool

Best Alphabets Hidden Games for Toddlers and Preschoolers

Looking for some fun and interesting Gross Motor Activities for toddlers? Look no further, these Alphabets Hidden Games will make every child jump for joy when they’re about to learn! Hidden letter games are great for toddlers who love to move around and ‘find items’ too.

I’ve written all about alphabet matching card printables here and I add more and more each season!

You can easily adapt this game to toddlers.

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Looking for some fun and interesting Gross Motor Activities for toddlers? Look no further, these Alphabets Hidden Games will make every child jump for joy when they're about to learn!

You can basically create this yourself if you have a poster of a train ready. You just need post-it notes and you’re good to go!

Hidden Alphabet Games

Alphabet games that require children to move around to find the letters are one of the most popular ways to get them involved in learning the alphabet ‘while playing’.

To teach a toddler the alphabet, you can start by teaching them to recognize their name. This is a very important first step because it will help them learn their name and letters in the alphabet.

Next, you can teach them letters that are easy to pronounce like “S” and “A.” You can also teach them letters that have similar sound like “F” and “P.”

Once they know these basic letters, you start teaching them more advanced ones like “V” or “X.”

Once they learn the alphabet, it is time for puzzles!

Alphabet puzzles are a great way to help toddlers learn their ABCs. Puzzles with pictures of animals or objects that start with each letter of the alphabet are perfect for this task. You can also find puzzles in books at your local library.

Another way to practice alphabet recognition is to play some alphabets hidden games.

This game below involves kids finding the letters written on post its and then placing them to match onto the ‘letter train’.

I love this game from Toddler Approved, where kids will match the letters inside the pockets.

A great hidden alphabet matching game!

Looking for some fun and interesting Gross Motor Activities for toddlers? Look no further, these Alphabets Hidden Games will make every child jump for joy when they're about to learn!

Another game I LOVE is this flashlight ‘find the hiding letter’ by Happily Ever Mom.

It’s such a simple game made with materials you most likely have on hand. Just click on the link to find out more about how to setup this hidden alphabets game.

Looking for some fun and interesting Gross Motor Activities for toddlers? Look no further, these Alphabets Hidden Games will make every child jump for joy when they're about to learn!

Alphabets Hidden Games

Preschool kids will love these alphabet matching cards! These alphabet matching activities will be perfect for kids just starting to learn to identify their letters.

There are two versions of these printables to suit all your learners.

The best part about this activity? You could print and set it up as a file folder activity! So you would just print it on small A4 paper instead of the poster paper.

Looking for some fun and interesting Gross Motor Activities for toddlers? Look no further, these Alphabets Hidden Games will make every child jump for joy when they're about to learn!

Use basic post it notes to write the letters on that you want the child to find and stick them around the room.

A beginning sounds printable template is also included.

Looking for some fun and interesting Gross Motor Activities for toddlers? Look no further, these Alphabets Hidden Games will make every child jump for joy when they're about to learn!

There are also optional beginning sound ‘train mats’ you can use to further explore learning beginning sounds and phonics with your kids.

The templates provided fit the 4×4 post-it notes (when printed on large poster A3 paper).

To prepare:

  • A3 Paper
  • A3 Printer
  • Blu-tack (or something you can use to stick the posters onto the wall)
  • Post-it Notes (any colour)

Print all pages in colour or greyscale and then laminate them (you will be glad you did after the kids get their hands on the posters 😉).

Use blu-tack to mount the posters onto the wall. Program a set of post-it notes with the alphabet letters A-Z, you can also write lowercase letters. 

Looking for some fun and interesting Gross Motor Activities for toddlers? Look no further, these Alphabets Hidden Games will make every child jump for joy when they're about to learn!

You can grab your set from my TPT store right below, or you could program a set for your kids using a train template you have. 🙂

Dont forget to download your own Gross Motor Preschool Alphabet Activity – On the Train printable activity!

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