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FREE Uppercase Alphabet Tracing Pages

These Uppercase Alphabet Tracing Pages are perfect for preschool and kindergarten age children who are learning their letters. These FREE worksheets allow students to trace their letters and color the picture to work on beginning sounds in these alphabet sheets.
FREE Uppercase Alphabet Color and trace pages - super handy NO PREP alphabet worksheets for toddler, preschool, and kindergarten age kids #alphabet #preschool #worksheetsforkids

Alphabet Tracing Pages

These free alphabet preschool worksheets were a huge hit with my 2 and 5 year old. Both my toddler, preschool, and kindergarten age student completed the uppercase letter practice with coloring at different levels of accuracy and skill, but they were great fine motor and writing readiness skills for both of them!

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no prep, black and white Preschool Alphabet Worksheets to help students practice trace uppercase letters and strengthen fine motor skills

Preschool Alphabet Worksheets

These NO PREP prek alphabet worksheets are an easy way for parents, teachers, and homeschoolers to help kids get needed extra practice necessary to achieve fluency! Use them along with your current language arts program, to introduce ABCs as part of a letter of the week concept, as extra practice, homeswork, summer learning, and more!

Included in these free alphabet printables is a page for each letter from A to Z. Simply print and use the pages you need.


Tracing Uppercase Letters

free printable uppercase letter worksheets for toddler, preschool, prek, and kindergarten age students. Large capital letter, tracing uppercase letters, and clipart to color  kids will have fun tracing uppercase letters with these free alphabet printables for toddlers, preschoolers, and kindergartners;pictured is letter g is for grapes

Over the course of a year we completed all the uppercase letter worksheets from A to Z and made them into an alphabet book. They are so proud of their book! But you could just use the sheets that interest you, tie in with what you are doing, or where your child needs the most help.

Included in these preschool worksheets are all 26 UPPERCASE alphabet letters. Each sheet has a large letter to practice building it, an image to color, and letters to trace. You will also find several book cover options and 12+ suggestions on how to help your child learn to build the letter using the large letter on the sheet. After all, manipulatives are this age groups bread and butter!

HINT:  You can grab Lowercase Letter worksheets that look similar to these exclusively from Free Homeschool Deals.

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Alphabet Printables

Looking for more fun, free printables to help students practice their letters? You will love these, creative resources:

  • Alphabet Cut & Paste Book – help students learn the sounds lettesr make while working on phonemic awareness as they make their own alphabet book
  • Marker Mystery Pictures – reveal a hidden picture as students use bingo dauber markers
  • Simple Alphabet Dot ot Dot Pages – students will love practicing alphabet letters while completing these dot to dot worksheets
  • Alphabet Mini Books (one book per letter)- print, color, and read your letter of the week printable book to work on reading readiness
  • FUN Alphabet Playdough PLAYmats – print these alphabet playdough playmats for kids to practice forming letters out of play dough while completing pictures focusing on that beginning sound
  • Alphabet Worksheets –  additional practice tracing letters from A to Z
  • Printable Alphabet Flashcards & Wallcards – print and hang these alphabet wall cards to help kids visually see how letters are formed what clipar that starts with that same phonemic sound
  • Disney Alphabet Worskheets – kids will get excited to practice their letters as they trace along with favorite disney characters from A-Z
  • Printable Alphabet Hats – our prek students love to make their own letter of the day printable alphabet hats! They reinforce the letter and the sound it makes while teaching vocabulary, strengthening fine motor skills, and allowing kids to get creative making a printable craft too!
  • Reading the Easy Way Preschool – (Dolche Sight Word based reading program for 3-5 year olds)


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Beth Gorden

Beth Gorden is the creative multi-tasking creator of 123 Homeschool 4 Me. As a busy homeschooling mother of six, she strives to create hands-on learning activities and worksheets that kids will love to make learning FUN! She has created over 1 million pages of printables to help teach kids ABCs, science, English grammar, history, math, and so much more! Beth is also the creator of 2 additional sites with even more educational activities and FREE printables - and

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