Hi! After creating worksheets for the first half of the alphabet, I have had a lot of requests from readers for the rest of it. I am so glad you are enjoying them, as promised, here is the entire alphabet.
(click on the links at the bottom of this post to be directed to the free printable worksheet)
Here is how we use our worksheet: First we talk about the letter, which one it is, what it sounds like, whether it’s a vowel or a consonant (letter recognition). If you know the signs for each letter you can teach them that as well (preschoolers love to use their bodies to communicate and signing is perfect for this). There are four pictures at the bottom, but only three of them start with the proper letter. He has to figure out which one does not start with the correct letter (problem solving), and then he crosses it off. He colors the remaining three pictures (coloring practice) and then cuts them out (cutting practice). Next he glues the pictures into each of the three boxes provided. Then he likes to color the letter as well. Next he practices writing the letter in the space at the top of the page (printing practice). The space provided at the top for writing helps to give him an idea of how big to print the letter – Preschoolers typically print in GIANT size. He usually likes to print his name too. So there are several different learning applications involved in these worksheets.
Thanks for stopping by today, I hope you have enjoyed this post! Have you used any of the previous worksheets? I would love to hear your thoughts and comments!