Alphabet Fine Motor Task Cards



Do you need a fun activity to help your students identify the letters of the alphabet? This uppercase and lowercase A to Z hole puncher task card pack helps students practice identifying the uppercase and lowercase letters of the alphabet, while also reinforcing fine motor skills! The BEST part?? Students LOVE using the hole puncher, so it makes learning fun!


To use these punch cards with your students:


-Copy the pages for the letters you are working on or letters your students can recognize from previous letter lessons.


-Have students hole punch the letters that match the letter in the center of the card (both uppercase and lowercase).


**There are 2 size options included in the pack.

The larger size also includes a picture that begins with the letter that the students are looking for.


***I’ve now updated the pack to include the pictures in color too!


*For durability or to make it a little tougher, you can copy on construction paper or cardstock.


*You can also choose to laminate and have students use a dry-erase maker to find the letters. Then it can become a permanent re-usable center.


This activity teaches letter recognition, as well as fine motor skills. It also builds hand-eye coordination.


Here’s what teachers are saying about these Task Cards:


5⭐️ Extremely satisfied

“I use this resource all the time. It helps students with their fine motor skills. If you don’t have hole punches, the kids just color the correct letters. I use them in centers and in small groups. There are so many variations you can use to print out as well. Thank you for creating this wonderful resource.” – Jenelle M.


5⭐️ Extremely satisfied

“This was a awesome resource for my Preschoolers to use. This resource had the kids focus on using their fine motor skills along with being able to recognize their letters. Thanks!” – Erin W.


5⭐️ Extremely satisfied

“I love that these are easy to slap together and throw into a task box. I like to print 2 pages onto 1 so that they are tiny and I don’t “waste” so much paper. For the kids who has better fine motor skills, they work on the level 2 boxes that have this printed on card stock; which requires them to press harder to punch the card.” – Courtney S.”