Teaching Resource

Alphabet Posters

PDF, Word | 26 pages|Grades: K, F - 1

A vibrant set of posters to display in the classroom to promote letter recognition and phonemic awareness.

This versatile teaching resource has been designed to promote lower and upper case letter recognition and phonemic awareness.

Each letter of the alphabet has a poster and image which combines items that start with that letter. Perfect classroom display for students in the early years classroom.

An editable version is also available by clicking the drop-down menu beside the green ‘Download’ button.

  NSW Curriculum alignment

  Victorian Curriculum alignment

  Australian Curriculum alignment

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Sharon Evans

Hi, Can you reformat this to a portrait rather than landscape. It is too big to fit on my wall but I love this display!!

Sharon Evans · Jan 23rd, 2020

Holly (Teach Starter)

Hi Sharon, this is a great idea! Can I get you to please pop in a change request to this resource using the tabs at the bottom of the resource page? Thanks for the great suggestion.

Holly (Teach Starter) · Jan 23rd, 2020

Laura Costantino

Hi i was wondering if you could do an alphabet poster with the NSW handwriting lines behind this?

would be awesome for a word wall.

thanks 🙂

Laura Costantino · Jan 1st, 2020

Holly (Teach Starter)

Hi Laura, thanks for your great suggestion. Feel free to make a resource change request using the link at the bottom of this resource.

Holly (Teach Starter) · Jan 6th, 2020

Jennifer Cunningham

Just wondering if you could add an extra one for X representing the “ks” sound, commonly heard in the middle and at the end of words?

Jennifer Cunningham · Jul 14th, 2019

Holly (Teach Starter)

Hi Jennifer, great idea! Feel free to make a resource change by using the options at the bottom of the page.

Holly (Teach Starter) · Jul 15th, 2019

Resource Updates

  • Editable portrait and landscape versions have been added.

    Addition by Paul (Teach Starter) Jan 27th, 2020

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