Alphabet recognition is the ability to name the 26 alphabet letters and match each letter with its written form. Alphabet recognition associates the spoken language with the printed text, and it serves as the foundation for literacy development. By the age of 3 to 4 years, most kids begin to learn to identify letters, and it is the very first skill they should master before they are able to read and write. It is important to help kids distinguish between letters, learn the sounds of the letters, and match sounds with their written forms.
This file of flash cards presents the uppercase alphabet letters, with 4 letters on each page. Parents could print and cut out the flash cards, and use them to help kids learn individual letters. The colorful frames and big letters could easily attract the attention of your kids, and it is convenient for kids to master each individual uppercase letter.