Establishing a strong foundation in letter identification and sounds is essential for learning how to read. That’s why it’s crucial to introduce and practice this skill from the start of the kindergarten school year. If you’re searching for engaging and effective activities that will help your little learners improve their letter ID skills, look no further! Letter ID Sound Station Center Ideas includes a variety of ideas and activities that are perfect for literacy stations that will keep your students excited and motivated.

Station Setup

One question that I get asked quite often is how to set up a station. The answer is simple: try using rainbow drawers, IKEA trovast drawers, shelves with bins, or any other surface to hold boxes, bins or mesh bags. This gives you the ability to have multiple activities in one place that your students can utilize. All you need to do is to place one activity with all the required supplies in each drawer or on each shelf. Then, as students rotate to that station, allow them to choose the activity that interests them and get to work! (Check out Rainbow Drawers in the Classroom for more inspiration.)

Productive Stations

To establish a productive ABC letter station, ensure that all needed activities and supplies are readily available. For easy access and handling for your little learners, store each activity in a separate drawer, bin, or shelf. It is important to make sure that all activities can be done independently in case a partner is unavailable. Little learners must be able to complete the task alone to avoid boredom.

ABC Letter Activities


Print and Go Activities

CVC Letter Activities

CVC Games

**FREEBIE** Activities


We all love a good game of I Spy, right?🕵️‍♀️ This is a FREE, low-prep game that could be done as a partner or independent activity! Practice upper, lowercase or even a combination of letters! 🔎 Umm…I’m already thinking about other ideas for this I Spy game! 💬Who wants the flashlights & recording sheets? #kindergartenchaos #tiktokteacher #phonics #handsonlearning #teacherhacks #finemotoractivity 🏷️And please save and tag someone you think would love this! 🤩

♬ Roxanne – Instrumental – Califa Azul

This activity is perfect for Back to School and learning the letters in names! Have you tried this yet? #kindergartenchaos #teachersontiktok #backtoschool2022 #kindergarten

♬ Funny Song – Cavendish Music

Letter Manipulatives

Letter manipulatives are a staple to a kindergarten classroom, and there are a plethora of options available. They can be found at a variety of stores such as Target, Walmart, and even your local pharmacy. By incorporating these manipulatives into your letter station, students will be captivated by the different types and enjoy using them to learn in new and exciting ways.

I hope this compilation of activities will be useful for your ABC Work with Letters station. While some of these activities can be used throughout the year to reinforce academic skills for kindergarten little learners, others can be switched out periodically to include seasonal or themed activities. If you want some more information, go to “How to Start Literacy Stations in Kindergarten“.

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