Free Alphabet primary teaching resources | Free Early Years & Primary Teaching Resources (EYFS & KS1)


A collection of alphabet related primary teaching resources, ideal to use to encourage reading and writing development in the foundation stage and key stage one. Here you will find some beautiful interpretations of the alphabet on a variety of popular early years themes, which will brighten up any classroom display, including our very popular children’s TV/film character alphabet.

You may also be interested in some of the lesson plans / teaching ideas in our phonics/letters and sounds planning section.

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4 Picture Alphabet Posters

A – Z Themed Letters (Uppercase)

A Child’s Alphabet

A-Z Themed Letters (Lowercase)

A3 Children’s TV / Film Character Alphabet

A3 Children’s TV / Film Character Alphabet – Lowercase

A4 Children’s TV / Film Character Alphabet

A4 Children’s TV / Film Character Alphabet – lowercase

Abstract Display Letters

Alphabet & number border

Alphabet & number writing sheet (landscape)

Alphabet & number writing sheet (landscape)2


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