One of the most important things early learners need to master is making their Alphabet letters. Being able to write is the basis of all future learning and we all know practice makes perfect.
Alphabet Kindergarten WorksheetsThese kindergarten worksheets are great for Preschool, Kindergarten, and 1st grade kids to learn to make their letter. Each alphabet letter page includes:
- upper and lower case letters to trace
- line to write upper and lower case letters
- simple words to read, trace, and write
- pictures that start with the same letter as being practiced
More Alphabet Worksheets
- Alphabet Color & Trace Pages are perfect for toddler & preschoolers as they are a more simplified worksheet with larger picture to color
- Alphabet Playdough Mats – perfect for toddler, preschool, and kindergartners learning to form their letters with a kinesthetic approach
- Alphabet Flashcards & Wall Cards – perfect for younger students to be able to visualize the letters they are learning in homeschool
- Phonics Alphabet Coloring Pages - Great for practicing phonemic awareness with alphabet letters for Kindergarten age kids.
- Ice Cream Alphabet Match-up File Folder Game
- Preschool Packs – themed early learning worksheets filled with lots of alphabet activities for kids 2-8 years old
- Reading the Easy Way: Kindergarten – 12 week sight word reading program that will help your child become proficient while having fun with lots of hands on reading games, worksheets (like color by sight word), readers, and more!
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