Lego Animal Alphabet Cards


Lego Animal Alphabet Cards : free printable - from play learn love

Hello everyone! Today  we are beginning our summer Animal Alphabet unit. We will be touring the zoo from A – Z as we learn about  animals and letters. To kick off this unit, I am excited to share these fun FREE printable Lego Animal Alphabet cards with you! Legos are a favorite toy in our house.  Incorporating them into lessons is a sure way to gain my children’s interest and make learning fun. They have gotten such a kick out using these cards and I’m sure your Lego lover will too.  Just click on the picture above to download your free set of Lego Animal Alphabet cards. Thank you so much and I hope you enjoy!

Ways to Play

Here are a few fun suggestions for how to use the cards

  • - Use them as flash cards to practice letter recognition and beginning sounds
  • - Laminate them and create your own Lego Animal Alphabet Book
  • - Go on a safari. Hide the cards around your house and ask you children to hunt for the different animals
  • - Use them in a Lego center as inspiration for children to replicate
  • - Create an alphabet banner with the cards to hang in the playroom as decoration
  • - Print off two copies of each card to make a fun Lego Animal Alphabet memory game

I’m sure you can think of many exciting ways of your own. I’d love to hear what great ideas you come up with.  If you’ve had fun with these, please stop by and share with us in the comments below. The next set of Lego Animal Alphabet cards will be available soon, so be sure to check back to complete your set!

More Animal Alphabet Cards

Lego Animal Alphabet Printable E – H

Lego Animal Alphabet Printable I – L

Lego Animal Alphabet Printable M – P

Lego Animal Alphabet Printable Q – T

Lego Animal Alphabet Printable U – W

18 Comments

  1. We love these and can’t wait for more (we’d love to link it on our blog!)
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  2. These are great. We have a dollar store photo album that we print simple Duplo ideas for the younger girls to have their own Lego “instruction” books. This will be a great addition, thanks! I’ll be looking forward to future letters!

    • Thank you so much Alana. I love the photo album idea! That would be such an easy way to organize and display these. I’ll definitely add those to my dollar store list :)

  3. Love this lego idea! How fun would it be to make a Lego Animal Alphabet book by taking pictures of the lego animals. Thanks so much for sharing this! Hope to see you at True Aim!

  4. Thees are awesome! I just pinned this post.

  5. Thank you so much for sharing these (and linking them to Tuesday Tots) Fabulous! Pinning away :D

  6. I just love this idea so much! Thanks for linking up with Tuesday Tots. I’ve pinned this to the Tuesday Tots board and I’m thrilled to be featuring it on my blog today. http://www.oneperfectdayblog.net/2013/06/18/5-fun-ways-to-learn-the-alphabet/

  7. Very cute idea! I’d love for you to share this at Mom’s Library (opens Tuesday evening)!

  8. What a great way to make learning fun! My girls love legos, too! I am featuring this tomorrow on Tuesday Tots at Growing a Jeweled Rose. Thanks for linking up! Also pinned :)

  9. What kind of Legos do you recommend to use for the Lego animal alphabet?

    • The blocks used to make our Lego animals are a mix of Lego brand Duplo blocks and Mega Blocks. Most of our collection was purchased at thrift/second hand shops. You can find large sets with lots of interesting pieces for a great price!

  10. Thanks so much for sharing this. My girls are just getting into lego and will love this : ) As will I!
    (The OCD in me asks whether you can change the C and D around so the C is bottom left and D is bottom right. Thanks!)

    • Thanks Rebecca for your interest in the Lego Cards! I realized my mistake with the C and D after making this first set, but intended this printable to be cut apart and used as cards so I didn’t think it necessary to edit. I can see now that you and others may have different uses for these printable so I will look at possibly redoing this set. Thanks for your comment.

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