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Free Preschool Printable: Upper to Lowercase Letter Matching Clip Cards

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This free preschool printable matches the Uppercase Letter Matching Clip Cards that I posted last week and is perfect for your toddler, preschooler, or kindergartener who is working on letter recognition.

This Upper to Lowercase Letter Match Printable includes:

  • 5 Pages of Upper to Lowercase Letters A-Z Clip Cards

These clip cards are easy to prep! Just print, cut, and go. I DO suggest that you print them on cardstock and laminate them for extended use!

Not only can you use these clip cards with clothes pins or paperclips, but they work well with other manipulatives as well. Such as:

  • Letter Magnets (Have your child match the letter magnet with the correct letter on the clip card.)
  • Dry Erase Markers, if laminated.
    • Have your child circle the correct letter on the clip card.
    • Have your child trace the correct letter on the clip card.

Here is a preview of the clip cards:

You can download this FREE Preschool Printable by clicking the link below the pictures.

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Hi! I'm Tawni! Stay at home mommy to 4 kids. I am an organization and cleaning-aholic. I love to create, especially digital resources to use in our homeschool and other areas of our home.

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