Looking for alphabet worksheets? These pages will give your child some extra practice with letter recognition.
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It’s a set of free “find the letter” alphabet worksheets. And guess what? They come in three sets. You can print the lowercase letter find, uppercase letter find, or the mixed set (pictured above).
“Find the letter” alphabet worksheets
These pages are for kids who enjoy occasional seat work. I’ll be honest and tell you they aren’t (yet) a favorite of my Three, so I don’t push them on him. However, he did jump on the opportunity to use do-a-dot markers for this letter “f” page.
Of course, the idea is to mark just the featured letter, but my Three wanted to do things his own way. He marked a variety of letters, naming them as he did so.
“Look, Mom! I’m dotting a “c!” I didn’t argue. Expecting a three-year-old to follow a worksheet’s “rules” is a bit much, in my opinion. (Plus, by naming and dotting other letters he was actually getting extra practice! Hee hee.)
- Coloring (crayons, markers, colored pencils)
- Clear glass gems
- Round office Clear glass gems
- Clear glass gems (so you can still read the letter!)
- Colorful glass gems
- Round power magnets on a magnetic baking sheet
Get the upper and lowercase letter find pack HERE.
Get just the uppercase letters HERE.
Get just the lowercase letters HERE.
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