These alphabet printables will help your early learners get started at the very foundation of spelling -- with letters. It's never too early for your children or your preschoolers to begin to recognize letters! And, there are SO MANY things to learn about letters! First, there's letter recognition, or knowing the names of every letter, including the upper and lower case forms. Then, children need to know the order of the letters of the alphabet. Finally, there are letter sounds, and learning to put letters together into words.
In our first worksheet, children will put the letters of the alphabet in order. To make this a very "hands-on" activity, they will cut out all the letters, rearrange them, and paste them onto a new page.
On our second spelling worksheet, they will finish spelling some simple words and then write the words in alphabetical order. These skills are so simple and so important . CCSS.ELA-Literacy L.K.2c*
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Here's a simple worksheet for your early learners. First, get the printable worksheet. Then ask students to cut out the letters and paste them in ABC order on another piece of paper.
On this printable worksheet, students need to add the first letter of each word, then write the words again in ABC order. There are pictures to color, too!
New! Alphabet Worksheets that help kids match upper and lowercase letters, for the entire alphabet! If this sounds a bit daunting for your early learners, why not begin with some of our other options shown below? For those who are up to the challenge, these free printables provide great practice!
ABC Puzzlers: This free alphabet worksheet asks kids to complete a fun dot-to-dot picture by connecting the letters of the alphabet in order. At the bottom of the page, there's another fun puzzle where letter order is also key.
ABC Fill-In On each of these pages, students need to supply the missing letters of the alphabet. Then they will read and spell three kid-friendly words and find those letters in the alphabet path. One page features lowercase letters, the other page, uppercase ones.
What's Cooking, Leaf Pick-Up, and How Does Your Garden Grow? Three cut-and-paste worksheets require kids to sort capital letters from lower letters. On this page, kid will cut and paste letters into the appropriate cooking pots! If you like, ask the kids to sort the cut out letters and arrange them in alphabetical order before they begin to paste them into the picture.
Phonics Flash Cards - A free printable set for the entire alphabet. We'll give you lots of ideas on using these flash cards as well as links to commercially-made card sets.
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Here are just a few of our pages:
Letter Lane - A phonemic awareness board game that features beginning consonant sounds for the letters b,d,f and m. No reading is necessary.
ABC Phonics Poem - A fun and funny way to learn about initial sounds!
Alphabet Phonics Booklet - Students customize their own pages in this A to Z phonics activity.
ABC Fill-Ins: Two pages give students practice in completing the alphabet, then finding letters that spell a few kid-friendly words.
ABC Puzzlers: This free alphabet worksheets asks kids to complete a dot-to-dot and identify the letters of the alphabet in order.
Circle Sounds 1: Fun circle maze featuring words that begin with B. Kids need to find the right pictures then color their way through the maze.
Circle Sounds 2: Another fun page, this time featuring words that begin with P.
Lots of Leaves! - Students will discern long and short vowel phonics sounds as they complete this appealing page.
Literacy Worksheets - More fun, easy pages to go with our alphabet printables. They're also perfect for early learners! Kids will customize their own sentences and drawings. They can even complete the pages more than once!
Dolch sight words list
- It's never too early to kids to begin to learn these all-important
words. Students who start strong almost always stay strong! We
have a large number of sight word lists, games and activities which
you can access from this page.
grade spelling words - Some of your students may
be ready for more difficult words, practice games and other activities.
There's no need to hold kids back if they're ready to move forward!
Fun Spelling Worksheets for Grades 1 and 2: 50 all-new, fun printables you won't find anywhere else!
more early-learning activities aligned to the Common Core State