Letter Recognition WorksheetsThis week I’ve been working on some adorable new letter recognition worksheets for my preschooler. He loves it when I make worksheets that are his level. In fact, he and his best friend ask me to print them off so they can work on them for their playdates.

These worksheets are a great combination of activities to help teach preschoolers and kindergartners letter recognition. The worksheets cover several different angles. First, basic letter recognition. Then letter tracing, and finally, capital and lowercase letter matching.

There is some coloring happening. There is some letter tracing, and then there is cutting and pasting. Most of the worksheets in this set are No Prep, ready to print and go printables. However, 4 of the worksheets were created to be a fun alphabet grab bag centers activity.

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Here is a summary of the worksheets included in this set:
Letter Find (26 pgs)
There is a letter find for each letter of the alphabet. The children must search the page to find and circle all of the capital and lowercase letters that match the focus letter. The letters come in fun fonts and different sizes for a fun search and find activity.

Capital and Lowercase Letter Matching (5 pgs)
For these pages the kids will get to color fun block letters with cute faces. Then they can cut and paste the lowercase letter under it’s matching capital letter.

Letter Recognition Worksheets - Upper and Lowercase letter matching.
Letter Grab Bag Coloring Activity (2 pgs)
For this activity, place 5-10 letter magnets or cards in a brown paper sack. The children must open up the bag, pull out the letters, and find the matching letter on their paper. They then color all of the letters from their grab bag. There is one page for capital letters and one page for lowercase letters. You can print as many copies as you need for separate grab bags.

Letter Recognition Activity - Place a handful of letters in a paper sack. Color the letters you find in your bag.

Letter Grab Bag Tracing Activity (2 pgs)
Similar to the activity above, place 5-10 letter magnets or cards in a brown paper sack. The children must open up the bag, pull out the letters, and find the matching letter on their paper. They then trace all of the letters from their grab bag. This activity also includes a capital and lowercase worksheet so that you can focus on whatever you are working on.

Letter Recognition Activity - Place a handful of letters in a paper sack. Trace all of the letters you find in your bag.

Thank you for checking out these fun letter recognition worksheets. I hope you find them engaging and helpful in your classrooms and with your preschoolers. Have fun learning letters!

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