Early Reading Building Block 1: Uppercase Letters

Updated on Nov 18, 2014
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Splitting the alphabet into uppercase and lowercase letters will allow your child to tackle letter recognition in stages. Uppercase letters are easier to distinguish from one another, making them a great introduction to the alphabet. And because they're found more frequently in the real world (on traffic signs, buildings, at the grocery store) learning them helps your child to make sense of the world outside of her home, and beyond her books.

This set of printables makes the alphabet come alive! Help your child color these whacky monster letters as she learns her uppercase ABCs.

Preschool Kindergarten First Grade The Alphabet Worksheets: Early Reading Building Block 1: Uppercase Letters

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