Free Printable ABC Book

Activity for ages 3 to 5.

Making an ABC book is a fun, hands-on way to introduce children to letters and help them understand how those letters are used to make words. This free printable ABC book takes all of that learning one step further by introducing kids to art techniques including apple printing, car painting and {my personal favorite!} elbow stamping!!

FREE ABC ART BOOKGetting Ready

Making my boys’ books was quick and easy. I printed the pages on white paper and headed to the UPS Store down the road to bind them. Five minutes and $3.80 later, I walked out with a nicely bound book.

Free printable ABC Book for Kids. So fun!!

{Sliding the pages into a 3 ring binder would work well too.}

ABC Art Book

My boys LOVE art projects so they were THRILLED when I told them they’d each make their own book filled with 26 different activities – one for each letter of the alphabet. Starting at the beginning of the book, we completed three or four pages each day. When there was a messy paint project in our lineup, we worked on it last so that we could leave the page open and let it dry.

We did blue block stamping. {I slid a sheet of wax paper underneath the Bb sheet to keep the paint from soaking through to the Cc page.}

Free Printable ABC Book. So awesome!! {Playdough to Plato}

We made dot art…
Free Printable ABC Book. So awesome!! {Playdough to Plato}

tried some jewel gluing… {I found our package of jewels at the dollar store.}Free Printable ABC Book. So awesome!! {Playdough to Plato}

key rubbing and so much more…

Free Printable ABC Book. So awesome!! {Playdough to Plato}

A Couple Notes

  • On the Ll is for lace collaging page, we cut up paper doilies I found at the dollar store and glued them to the page to make pictures. My oldest turned his pieces into a snowman and my 3 year old made his a dog.
  • For the Oo is for orange O page, we stamped empty toilet paper rolls to make Os.
  • I cut out a pile of red rectangles and had the boys glue them on the Rr is for red rectangle collaging page.
  • The boys stamped an X stamp on the Xx is for x stamping sheet.

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10 Comments

  1. Holly B.

    YES! I LOVE this activity! I like the words on the page (we can find the letters being learned), the connection to learning, the simplicity of the tools used, and just about everything!!! Thank you for posting!

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  2. Nellie

    Me gusta mucho siempre que la gente reúnen . Gran blogs , mantenerlo !

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  3. Beverly Ebersole

    I love this ABC book. I’m going to use in my classroom next school year. Thank you for the download.

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  4. Beverly Ebersole

    I love this ABC book. I will be using in my classroom. Thanks for the download.

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  5. Jelli

    Love this! Printing out 2 copies right now, one for my 2 year-old and one for my 3 year-old. They’ll love it!

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  6. Peggy Lupica

    Thank you so much for this free download. I’m trying to help my son and his wife teach my 4 yr old granddaughter. They are hard working parents who don’t have as much time with the kids that I do. I hate them to be stuck inside all the time watching TV.

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  7. mahak

    I am not able to download the ABC art book. Please help me with that

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  8. Paula DUNCAN

    What is ice cube painting?

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    • Ashley

      Hi Paula,
      Thanks for reaching out.
      Ice cube painting is painting with ice cubes. Using an ice cube tray, drop in 5-6 drops of food coloring in each of the compartments.
      You can use different colors in different compartments, or even mix colors to create new ones. Then, fill each of the compartments with water, stir with a toothpick, and allow it to freeze overnight.
      The next day, you can pop out the cubes and use them to paint. It does get a little messy, but it’s a fun art activity for kids!
      Warmly,
      Ashley // Happiness Ambassador

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