Alphabet Wall Cards

Alphabet Wall Cards Free Printable

I really love cleaning and organizing my stuff. And I love it even more every time I stumble upon forgotten treasures- just like these Alphabet Wall Cards that I made for my nephew last year!

Alphabet Wall Cards Free Printable

Well, everyone has been raving about Marie Kondo’s style of organizing. And honestly, I’ve been rather late with this new Netflix craze.

But I did catch a few of her words of wisdom that were shared on social media. I especially love “keep what sparks joy.”

Today though, I’m not going to keep these alphabet wall cards for myself. I think I’ll find more joy in it by sharing it this Freebie Friday!

This alphabet wall cards are best for toddlers and preschool-aged children. The giant bold letters are easy to see. Plus the pictures are so cute that your child will surely remember and identify.

It’s best to laminate the cards then post on your wall at your child’s eye-level. I promise these wall cards are both educational and pretty decors for your nursery.

So here you go, just click on the link below to download your free alphabet wall cards. I hope they spark joy in you as much as it did mine.

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Here are other free printable that might interest you:

Alphabet Flashcards with Pictures of Concrete Objects

Alphabet Flashcards

Number Wall Cards with Pencil Counters

Number Wall Cards with Colorful Pencil Counters

Or just visit my Free Printable Page for more!

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38 Responses

  1. Hi. Teacher Nessy . Thank you so much for these engaging and adorable learning materials ! My baby really loves it. 😊

  2. I really happy to find your website, My 2 kids are Hyperactive and love learning about everything and in your page I found items for keep learning at his rythims. Thank You very much!!! Good Bless U!!!

      1. Thank you very much teacher nessy! You’re a big help! May God bless you more.

    1. Happy to serve! 😁 I’m so glad you find these printable cards helpful. Thank you for your comment. I really appreciate it. Makes me more motivated to share more free printables. 😊 Have a great day!

  3. I’m so excited about these!! I printed 6 per page for my toddler to use on a clothesline on the wall at home. πŸ™‚ Thank you for providing a great free resource for a SAHM!

    1. Hello!😊 I’m glad you find the printable helpful! I hope your toddler enjoys it, too. I also use clothesline at school to display flashcards or artworks. 😁 Happy learning!

  4. Thank you for your share. I’m sorry for my english I have mistakes I would like to tell you more than thanks it very help to study english for our children. I have money but i haven’t visa card because it I can’t buy . Thank you for your job .

  5. It is truly wonderful of you to share these with the rest of us. I am trying to teach my granddaughter her letters before she starts kindergarten. I can not tell you how helpful this site is. Thank you so much.

    1. I’m glad that you find the flashcards helpful. 😊 I hope your granddaughter enjoys using and playing with them, too.
      And thank you for leaving me this message. It really motivates me to come up with more free materials. 😘

  6. Hey Aunt,

    I found your free printable lovely. I am a working mom and made these into flashcards for my little boy. He is still small but I hope that as he grows he will be able to use them more and more.

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