Alphabet Worksheets & Printables

These alphabet worksheets help make early literacy learning fun for your child! Browse, download, and print alphabet worksheets to help supplement your preschooler or kindergartener's education, and watch as a whole world of words opens up for them. Find additional worksheets for your early learner today!
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Find the Hidden Letter: S Find the Hidden Letter: S In this reading worksheet, your kindergartener will find the secret letter hidden among all the bikes and scooters and will get some good practice recognizing and sounding out the letter S in the process.
Beginning Sounds: P to T Beginning Sounds: P to T What beginning sound does the word "truck" make?
Color the Q's Color the Q's What makes a question mark unique? It's the only punctuation mark that is able to ask a question!
C for Caterpillar C for Caterpillar Your creative kid can color a couple of creepy caterpillars in countless ways!
D for Dolphin D for Dolphin Color in a bunch of cool dolphins flipping through the air to form the letter D.
E for Eel E for Eel Color a couple slippery eels as they form the letter E.
A to Z Beginning Sounds A to Z Beginning Sounds This activity is focused on teaching the letters A through Z and the sounds they make at the beginning of words.
G for Giraffe G for Giraffe Help your child learn the letter G with this wacky giraffe coloring page.
Alphabet Flashcards: I Alphabet Flashcards: I Ice cream begins with the letter I! Color in the flashcards featuring the letter I then cut them out and use them to play spelling and memory games.
I for Inchworm I for Inchworm Color in inchworms and help your child learn the letters of the alphabet.
Alphabet Flashcards: H Alphabet Flashcards: H House begins with the letter H! Color in the flashcards featuring the letter H then cut them out and use them to play memory and spelling games.
K for Kangaroo K for Kangaroo Teach the letter K with the help of two cool kangaroos.
Find the Hidden Letter: H Find the Hidden Letter: H At first glance, your child may only see a jumble of vehicles, but hidden within the crowd is a secret letter.
M for Millipede M for Millipede Teach your kindergartener the shape of the letter M with help from two millipedes.
Alphabet Flashcards: G Alphabet Flashcards: G Goat begins with the letter G! Color in the flashcards featuring the letter G then cut them out and use them to play memory and spelling games.
O for Octopus O for Octopus Turn alphabet learning into wild fun with this coloring page, featuring an octopus maneuvering its body into the letter O.
These alphabet worksheets help make early literacy learning fun for your child! Browse, download, and print alphabet worksheets to help supplement your preschooler or kindergartener's education, and watch as a whole world of words opens up for them. Find additional worksheets for your early learner today!

Tips for Using Alphabet Worksheets

Alphabet worksheets are great supplementary activities for kids who are learning their letters. Turn your child's time with alphabet worksheets into a more complete lesson with these tips and tricks:

  • Use alphabet worksheets as a way to introduce your child to a chosen letter of the day, or even a letter of the week! Start your day with an alphabet tracing worksheet to get your child familiar with the symbol and how to draw it. Challenge your child to find the letter written down in three different places over the course of the day. As the day goes on, you can have him write the letter in unusual places, like in a foggy bathroom mirror or with his peas at dinner. Make learning a letter a special event everyday.
  • Alphabet coloring worksheets are great bases for alphabet craft projects. Take an alphabet worksheet with a large, colorable letter, and let your child fill in the lines of the letter using dry beans, sequins, or pom poms. Your child can create 3D letters with or without glue, depending on your desired longevity of the project.
  • Some of these printable alphabet worksheets make great posters for kids' rooms! Try hanging up alphabet coloring pages as your child completes them to make a large-size alphabet banner in your child's room or upstairs hallway. You can also hang printable alphabet worksheets that feature poems and sentences to get your child familiar with longer form writing.