My 3-year-old is obsessed with letters. It started when we found, “his letter,” and hung it on the wall above his bed. I was just going for room decor, but apparently it launched his interest in letter recognition and reading. He could soon find his letter anywhere as well as his baby sister’s who also has a letter hanging over her crib.
Since then we have done all sorts of letter recognition activities together, and everywhere we go he is pointing out X’s (one of his favorites) and any other letters that catch his interest. We also practice the sounds by associating the letters with objects that being with that sound.
These cute letter find worksheets feature adorable pictures of objects and their beginning letters. The children must search for the letter, in upper and lowercase, and circle all they can find. They then count and record the number in the correct boxes at the bottom of the worksheet.
I made this set two different ways. The first option is in full color so that you can print the sheets once, laminate them, and use them over and over again for literacy centers or at home. The second option is a more printer friendly black and white. These would be great as a class worksheet, a homework assignment, or any other classroom use. The best part about the black and white option is that when the children complete the worksheet, they can color the adorable pictures.
Here are some examples from the sets, and of course, I have a freebie at the end just for you blog readers. I work hard at these worksheets, and I always appreciate your feedback as comments or shares. If you print the free worksheet, please help me out by pinning your favorite worksheet or sharing the link with a friend. Thanks a million!!
In Black and White