My oldest daughter recently turned two and is just starting to get into coloring pages and crayons. She has been working on her alphabet learning for several months and has been enjoying alphabet blocks, alphabet books, and alphabet flashcards.
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As I watched her enjoy scribbling all over a piece of blank paper with her new toddler crayons last week I had an idea! I’m always looking for new printable design ideas to make for my shop and I decided to create a product that combines my daughter’s love for her crayons with her interest in alphabet learning.
I decided to create a set of printable coloring pages that encourage alphabet learning!
I created a set of 26 coloring pages for toddlers. They are simplistic in design and nothing overly fancy, but they encourage coloring in the lines (eventually if you have a toddler as young as mine!) as well as alphabet learning.
Each letter of the alphabet is featured on an individual sheet of paper in this set of printable coloring pages. Several objects that begin with that letter of the alphabet are then featured as well. So, my daughter can color the letter “A” and begin to associate an alligator, apple, and arrow with the letter “A.” She can color the letter “B” and begin to associate a bowl, bat, and bee with it – and the list goes on.
Eventually I think I would like to steal a friend’s idea and feature a letter of the alphabet each day of a month for my daughter – or maybe one each week for awhile. At that point I will probably print a set of these printable coloring pages and use them to supplement the letter learning each day or week.
For now, these alphabet learning coloring pages will be just a fun piece of paper for my two year old to scribble on that hopefully begins to help her learn about letters and objects.
Do you have a little one at home that is starting to learn the alphabet and/or loves to color? Download my FREE printable coloring pages for alphabet learning! The coloring pages will download as one PDF file. You can print the whole set or one page at a time – all you need to enjoy them is some printer paper and a few crayons!
If coloring pages aren’t your thing or you want to expand the ways that you encourage alphabet learning for your child, then you can also download my free printable alphabet flashcards for toddlers HERE!
Happy alphabet learning! And happy coloring!