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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Dot-to-Dot Alphabet: I Dot-to-Dot Alphabet: I Not enough ways to learn the alphabet? Here's a dot-to-dot that ends up with block letters to help your little learner.
Dot-to-Dot Alphabet: W Dot-to-Dot Alphabet: W Would you believe there's another way to learn the alphabet than all the other ways you've done before?
Dot-to-Dot Alphabet: V Dot-to-Dot Alphabet: V Voila! It's even another way to learn the alphabet.
Dot-to-Dot Alphabet: U Dot-to-Dot Alphabet: U Take a crayon from dot to dot to take your child from A to Z through the alphabet with this fun way to reinforce letters.
Dot-to-Dot Alphabet: T Dot-to-Dot Alphabet: T Count and learn ABC's at the same time! Connect the dots and you'll end up with two letter T's.
Dot-to-Dot Alphabet: S Dot-to-Dot Alphabet: S Sneak in some more alphabet learning to make sure your child never forgets his ABC's with this dot-to-dot worksheet.
Dot-to-Dot Alphabet: R Dot-to-Dot Alphabet: R Want a new way to learn the alphabet? Just connect the dots to create block letter R's.
Dot-to-Dot Alphabet: Q Dot-to-Dot Alphabet: Q Connect the dots on the page to connect the dots in your child's memory for the alphabet.
Dot-to-Dot Alphabet: H Dot-to-Dot Alphabet: H Have a ball with the letter H in this connect-the-dot way to reinforce alphabet learning.
Dot-to-Dot Alphabet: O Dot-to-Dot Alphabet: O Go from dot to dot to teach your child to go from A to Z and learn the alphabet for good!
Dot-to-Dot Alphabet: N Dot-to-Dot Alphabet: N Keep the alphabet fresh in your little one's mind.
Dot-to-Dot Alphabet: M Dot-to-Dot Alphabet: M Just when you thought your child has learned ABC's in every way possible, there's a block letter dot-to-dot worksheet like this one.
Dot-to-Dot Alphabet: L Dot-to-Dot Alphabet: L Leap right into a fun alphabet activity. All your child has to do is connect the dots to create block letter L's with character.
Dot-to-Dot Alphabet: K Dot-to-Dot Alphabet: K Keep the alphabet learning going with a fun dot-to-dot exercise for the letter K.
Dot-to-Dot Alphabet: J Dot-to-Dot Alphabet: J If you have a kid who's just starting learning the alphabet, introducing him to the letter J the fun way.
Dot-to-Dot Alphabet: G Dot-to-Dot Alphabet: G Connect the dots while drawing an uppercase and lowercase letter G.
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.