Looking for alphabet worksheets? These pages will give your child some extra practice with letter recognition.
Today I’m sharing 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.)
Offer your child a variety of ways to cover the letters:
- 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 your free letter find pages!
Alphabet Curriculum for Preschool
Our curriculum includes lessons for teaching both upper and lowercase letter names and sounds. You’ll get three lessons per letter, built-in review, simple handwriting practice, rhyming, syllable counting, phonemic awareness, and a whole lot more!
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Members of The Measured Mom Plus get access to even more printables – plus helpful video trainings and no-print resources!
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I am going to use these with my preschool students and the new light table I bought. I will print out laminate and tape to the light table top. Then the children can use the colored gems to cover up the letters identified.
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I am using your worksheets with a foster child that lacks kindergarten readiness skills. Thank you so much for making them available for free.
You’re very welcome!
Thank you so much! These printables are so helpful!
i find your all email very worth. i some time take print and teach my 5 year old kid to keep him busy. frankly speaking i need good ideas from you as he is now into kinder garden and his eargnerness to learn more is actually more. i need your help to advise me the work sheet that class 1 or class 2 students learn. is it possible for you to help me in this regard???
This is Kate, Anna’s assistant. Anna’s materials are designed for targeted skills practice at a child’s level. Her materials are not divided up by grade level, because children of various levels share the same grade. We would be very happy to help you with your eager kindergartner! Please send an email to Anna at anna (at) the measured mom dot com, and tell us what skills your child has already mastered. We can help you find the next step. Thank you!
i wish they could make a find your name, like find the letter
Thanks for the resources they are really very interesting and useful.
Thank you so much for all the free work sheets I’m a mother of eight and teach kids privately at home so it saves me tons of time!!!
I seem to remember that you have mazes in the lower case letters but can’t seem to find them ……………….was I just imagining this??If you do have such work sheets could you let me know
Yes, you can find those in the subscriber library. 🙂
thank you for this teaching materials, I know that my children/pupils will enjoy this activity
You’re very welcome, Marjorie!
It seems quite useful and i want to get it
Click on the brown link that say HERE to get the freebies.
I have searched a lot of fun preschool stuff for my kids and this is by far one of my favorites for my kids to learn to recognize the shape of the letters.
I’m so glad you like this, Crystal!
Absolutely LOVE these worksheets for my two-year old!
You’re welcome, Florencia!
I just printed these for my 4 year old and he loved finding the letters! Thank you for making these accessible to us non-teacher moms!
You’re very welcome, Anna!
First of all thank you so much for sharing these with everyone! Second I wanted to color the pictures on my computer before printing them, but when I tried to open them in Photoshop is says I need a Permissions Password to remove the restrictions. Is this something you would allow me to do?
Hi Kylee! I’m sorry, but for copyright reasons I can’t share unsecured files. Sorry about that!
I keep trying to print the Get the upper and lowercase letter find pack HERE but the pages will not load
Nevermind, it worked
thank you madam for sharing your worksheet for free
You’re very welcome!
Hello How are you thanks for your nice activities they are very nice please can you send me number dot marker mats from 1 to 20?
thanks a lot
I’m sorry. I don’t have those! You might want to search on Pinterest.
I am interested in your Letter of the Week curriculum. However, it shows that I can also purchase this on TPT. But there is a different price on the TPT site. Is this the same or has the TPT site been updated? I just am wondering which store to purchase it from.
I’m sorry for the delay in answering this, Trina! I was out of town. The products in my shop and on TPT are exactly the same. I charge slightly more on TPT because they keep a portion of my sales.
These are awesome! Thanks! I also loved reading that your three old marked a varity of letters because he wanted to. My three year old daughter did the same thing, because as she said I want to circle all mom, but she named them as well :).
I’m glad you can use these, Inisha! I think most 3-year-olds have this in common. 🙂
Thanks so much for those wonderful ideas and free prinables..
You’re very welcome, Madu!
I’m excited to use these on an upcoming road trip!!!
I hope you get some use out of them, Esther!
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Thank you for your generosity. I really find them very useful. My kids love using them.
I’m so glad to hear that, Elma!
What a resourceful site! What an amazing job! I can find everything in one spot, in “one shop”! Thank you for the tremendous effort you put in to make our work as teachers easier! 🙂 I will oder your book as well! Thank you, MeasuredMom! 🙂 I will pass on the word about your site! this is FABULOUS
Thank you so much for your kind comment, Gina, and many, many thanks for passing along my site! 🙂
it’s very very nice and so Inspired for me.
Hi, I’m teacher too. But I’m teacher for special children.
Your page is very very usefull for me.
Can I translate your worksheet to Indonesia Language? for my children and my student of course.
Hello, Khalida! Unfortunately, for copyright reasons, I’m not able to provide editable versions of my printables.
Could you do this in cursive? Then both my girls could work on them!
I don’t offer printables with cursive letters yet – maybe some day!
Thanks anyway. My preschooler loves your printables! Thank you so much 😀
What a wonderful resource for preschool teachers! Thanks so much for adding some terrific educational worksheets toy classroom!
I’m glad you can use them, Barb!
We teach D’Nealian at our school, I am actually the Reading Interventionist and I’m trying to stay with that font for my kiddos. Would you happen to have this set in that font? Thanks! 🙂
No, I’m sorry! All my printables are in the Zaner Bloser style.
Thank you! These will be great for my 2 1/2 year old son – looking for ways to incorporate letters with FUN because he’s getting bored of me just teaching 😉
My kids weren’t ready for these at 2 1/2, but maybe your son will be! If he doesn’t like them, be sure to check out my Alphabet Activities page – you’ll find many more resources there! https://www.themeasuredmom.com/learning/
I am having trouble printing this activity. I have tried to search it on your site different ways thinking that I may be clicking on the wrong URL. I read your directions using the “having trouble printing or downloading?” I installed a new version of Adobe. I am still having trouble. I am definitely not “tech savy” so if you have any other suggestions, feel free! : )
Ok. Well it would be my luck that as soon as a I send a message, it works! Lol. Glad I got it working!! Can’t wait to use it this week with my kiddos!
I’m glad you got it to work! 🙂
My 3 yo daughter loves all of your worksheets! Thanks so much for sharing with us. Love from Jakarta.
You’re very welcome, Widya!
I put mine in a sheet protector and the kids can use dry erase markers That way they can be reused. You can also use the see through bingo chips to cover them.
Great way to save ink and paper! Thanks for sharing, Jennelle. 🙂
Hi , I am looking for welcome bulletin board and class room door ideas for reception class . Thanks
You can always use the search bar (upper right) on my website to see if I have something. If not, please search on Pinterest.com. They have millions of ideas!
Uses a variety of way to open, inclyding chrome and adobe says error and won’t open. Seems to be the trouble on lots of free printables. Could you email me the free find the alphabet printables – upper and lower case mixed please.
No, I’m sorry, I don’t email files. This is a problem on your end. Did you check this post for tips? (as in right clicking and saving to your computer, and having the most current version of Adobe?)
Hi, I keep clicking the link to open the link and it says page not found. I’ve tried different browsers and nothing :/ Is there something else I can do?
These are perfect for my class! Thanks for your generosity!
You’re very welcome, Jeanette!
Would love to try this. … thank you
You’re very welcome, Janae!
What font did you use to make these worksheets? I love it! Very preschool friendly since it looks like how we actually teach kiddos to write the letters. Thanks!
Hello, Lauren! I use KG Primary Penmanship, which you can download for free at Teachers Pay Teachers. I pay a small fee to use it commercially.
Just read your instructions on what to do if having trouble printing. Used chrome and it’s working. Thanks!
Yay! Glad it was an easy fix. 🙂
I was trying to print the find the letter worksheets, but the actual letter is not showing up.
I’m sorry you’re having trouble, Carol! Be sure to check my troubleshooting page. 99% of the time, it has the solution. https://www.themeasuredmom.com/how-to-download-free-files/
I was trying to download these sheets and it says file not found. I love your activities so I was pretty excited about these! Thanks so much!
Please click on the box below the place to download them, Sandy. The box says “having trouble downloading or printing? Get help here.” It has lots of tips that solve this problem 99% of the time!
I am also having trouble
Did you try everything listed here? https://www.themeasuredmom.com/how-to-download-free-files/
I want this work sheet how can I get it this will be helpful for my child to recognise the alphabets
Cassie @ 3Dinosaurs.com
Oh I just made the variation as well! 🙂
Great minds… 🙂
Jennifer ? Orlow
I just want to print to find the letter worksheets and don’t know how to select that when I scroll through the page thank you very much please advise me
This is Kate, Anna’s assistant. If you go back into the post, below the amazon links and above the printer help box, you’ll find this part:
Get the upper and lowercase letter find pack HERE.
Get just the uppercase letters HERE.
Get just the lowercase letters HERE.
Please click on the word “HERE” for the set you’d like. 🙂