Learning letter (and numbers, but this is a letter activity) is all about repetition. The more times you present information to your Lil’, the more they are going to understand and comprehend it.
Of course, you also need to present the information in new and exciting ways so they keep the most important thing: their love for learning!
Today’s activity is minimal prep and super quick. We are working on the sound letters make as well as recognizing capital and lower case letters.
Grab a FREE copy of the Winter Games Beginning Sound Match Template in the Required Materials section below.

Lil’ Creators Focus Skills


  • Can identify all capital letters and most sounds (C,M,A,T,S,R)
  • Can identify all lowercase letters and some sounds (cam,a,t,s,r)


  • Uses writing materials to write (pencils, pens, crayons, markers)
  • Makes marks or scribbles as to represent words
  • Can form all capital letters and some lower case letters (Cc,Mm,Aa,Tt,Ss,Rr)

Fine Motor

  • Coordinate the use of hands, wrists, and fingers to complete tasks that require more precise movements
  • Engage in activities that require hand-eye coordination with increasing accuracy

Required Materials

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Winter Games Beginning Sound Matching Template



Step #1
Print and cut out the Winter Games Beginning Sounds Template.

You can laminate these to make them reusable if you want.

Step #2
Invite your Lil’ to trace over the letters using a marker or whatever writing tool they like best.
Step #3
Talk about the letter and sound it makes.

For instance say “C,” make an exaggerated C sound and then say “curling.”

Teacher Tip

If your Lil’ is getting frustrated with the writing or is just not interested in writing yet, no worries. You can bring out some letter magnets and let him match the magnets to the corresponding letters.


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