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100+ Free Alphabet Worksheets to Teach Letter Recognition and Sounds

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My twin preschoolers love all things alphabet, and getting to know the letters of the alphabet is great preparation for reading. These 100+ free alphabet worksheets are an awesome way to teach letter recognition, letter writing, and beginning letter sounds.

Important Skills for Beginning Readers

Letter recognition and letter sounds are important skills for learning how to read. Knowledge of individual letters and letter sounds is so helpful when kids start putting letters together and blending them to make words.

Additionally, learning both upper and lower case letters is important. Some educators suggest starting with just upper case because they can be easier to distinguish than lower case letters. Lower case b and d can be confusing for young kids, for example. With both upper and lower case letters to learn, that’s 52 letters in all! Learning one or a few at a time can be helpful, depending on the age and ability of the child.

I found this article “What parents needs to know about the research on how kids learn to read” so interesting.

100+ Free Alphabet Worksheets, 4 for Each Letter

The 100+ Free Alphabet Worksheets include 4 activities for each letter. I’ll go through the 4 types of activities that are included for each letter.

  1. A Coloring Sheet with a letter and images of words that start with that letter.
coloring pages for every letter as part of the 100+ alphabet worksheets
Coloring sheets for every letter.
  1. Letter Tracing Activity where kids practice writing upper and lower case letters.
tracing pages for every letter as part of the 100+ alphabet worksheets
Letter tracing sheets for every letter.
  1. Find the Letter Worksheet where kids search for upper and lower case letters.
letter search pages for every letter as part of the 100+ alphabet worksheets
Letter search activity for every letter.
  1. Beginning Letter Sounds Activity where kids identify words that start with a specific letter.
beginning letter sound activity pages for every letter as part of the 100+ alphabet worksheets
Beginning letter sounds activity for every letter.

Supplies Needed to Complete the 100+ Alphabet Worksheets

To complete these worksheets, you’ll need coloring supplies and a writing instrument of some sort.

We love these crayons, markers, and Wonder Stix (affiliate links).

Get the 100+ Free Alphabet Worksheets

A-M alphabet activity pages link to printable pdfs
N-Z alphabet activity pages for printable pdf

Terms and Conditions:

  1. These Free Alphabet Worksheets were created by Hey Kelly Marie for personal and personal classroom use. 
  2. The activities are also copyright protected. © 2020 Hey Kelly Marie and all rights reserved.
  3. Additionally, these printable activities may not be sold, hosted, stored, or reproduced on any other site or blog.
  4. Lastly, adult supervision should be provided for children’s activities. It is up to the child’s caretakers to determine what is developmentally appropriate and safe for their child. Caretakers have full responsibility for child safety and development.

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