Tape Up Alphabet

Washi Tape Alphabet


Making a washi tape alphabet is a hands-on and multimodal way for a child to strengthen their capital letter recognition and identification skills!


  • Letter recognition
  • Fine motor practice

AGE: 3 – 5 Years Old

TIME: 10 Mins

CATEGORY: Literacy, Motor Skills


  • Paper
  • Marker or Pen
  • Washi Tape


Write each letter of the alphabet (in upper case) on separate pieces of paper. The letters should take up much of the space on the paper.
Have your child to tear the washi tape into smaller segments and paste the tape on top of the letter outline.


  • The fine motor skills associated with tearing the tape will help them grasp a pencil later!
  • Work with your child to identify the sound that individual letters make.
  • This activity can be used for number recognition and identification as well!

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