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Get Ready for Reading: All About the Letter M

Want to teach your preschooler the letters of the alphabet? Help her get to know the letter M with a handful of activities all about this captivating consonant.

Get Ready for Reading: All About the Letter S

She, saw, sun ... No, it's not a tongue twister, it's a preschool worksheet all about the letter "S."

Get Ready for Reading: All About the Letter Y

Introduce your preschooler to the letter Y, with this fun worksheet that will have him writing and identifying all things "Y."

Beginning Reading: All About the Letter A

Help your preschooler get a head start on beginning reading with this colorful worksheet all about the letter A.

Get Ready for Reading: All About the Letter W

When it comes to the letter W, this wonderful worksheet's got your preschooler covered. He'll practice writing and identifying the jagged-looking letter.

Get Ready for Reading: All About the Letter G

Grab your preschooler's attention with the letter G! This charming worksheet gets her familiar with the letter that starts words like go, green, and gift.

Get Ready for Reading: All About the Letter O

Teach your preschooler all about the letter O with this practice-packed worksheet. With four different letter O exercises to do, it's sure to keep his interest.

Get Ready for Reading: All About the Letter Q

Q is for quick, quail, and quarter. Full of handwriting, letter finding, and coloring activities, this worksheet makes learning the alphabet fun.

Get Ready for Reading: All About the Letter R

Kids don't have to wait until kindergarten to start learning the alphabet. Give your preschooler a head start on school by helping her learn all about R.

Get Ready for Reading: All About the Letter X

Give your preschooler practice with the fun, criss-cross letter X with this cute worksheet that gets her writing and identifying all things "X."

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