Looking for printables that will educate and entertain your preschool-age kid? Look no further than these printable preschool letter worksheets! Choose from over 60 printables including worksheets and flashcards for each letter, such as letter B worksheets preschool level and letter C worksheets for preschool kids.
The frugal (not free) preschool letter worksheets are actually a 60 plus page sub-set of the massive 116-page letter worksheets bundle. (More about the letter worksheets bundle later in this post.) The flashcards and letter B worksheet preschool level, letter F worksheets for preschool, letter H worksheets for preschool, etc. in this post are all geared toward preschoolers or children who are just getting acquainted with their ABCs.
So the emphasis with these letter review worksheets for preschoolers is on recognizing letters in their various forms (uppercase and lowercase) and building confidence vs. some of the other printables, like kindergarten and preschool letter tracing worksheets, which are aimed at building pre-writing skills. However, these individual letter E worksheets for preschool (or whichever worksheet you’re using) do offer some space for your child to take a stab at writing the letter if he or she is ready for that step. Let’s take a closer look at the preschool letter recognition worksheets and flashcards and the ways you might use them to help your child master the alphabet! 🙂
Printable Preschool Letter Worksheets: Uppercase Letter Recognition Worksheets
While your kid will likely encounter far more lowercase letters than uppercase in his or her life, it’s still important that he or she can identify (and re-create) uppercase letters, which is where the preschool letter recognition worksheets for uppercase letters comes in. (Note: While the image above only shows a letter A worksheet for preschool, letter B worksheet preschool, and a letter C worksheet for preschool, there is a worksheet for each letter of the alphabet.) Each of the preschool letter worksheets for letter recognition includes:
- A cluster of letters (in this case uppercase letters).
- Instructions telling your kid which letter to look for.
- A sentence (“Color each letter [INSERT LETTER]”) that he or she can trace.
- Lines where your kid can attempt to recreate the letter.
For example, the uppercase letter K worksheet for preschool includes.
- A cluster of uppercase letters, including multiple instances of the letter K.
- Instructions telling your kid to color each letter K on the letter K worksheet for preschool.
- The sentence, “Color each letter K.” that your child can trace.
- Lines where your child can attempt to recreate the letter K.
Printable Preschool Letter Worksheets: Lowercase Letter Recognition Worksheets
The preschool letter recognition worksheets for lowercase letters are identical to the uppercase frugal (not free) preschool letter worksheets, just with lowercase letters. Again, while only A through letter C worksheets for preschool are pictured here there is a worksheet for each letter.
Tip: Depending on your child’s abilities and skills level, free-hand recreating letters may be a bit too challenging to start with. This is especially true for the more difficult letters like the letter “g” worksheet for preschool. (Did you know the lowercase “g,” is the hardest letter to write in the English language?) If your child hasn’t built pre-writing skills yet, it may be a good idea to start with some preschool letter tracing worksheets or printables.
You’ll find some kindergarten and preschool letter tracing worksheets in the letter worksheets bundle, but you could also create your own traceable letters on each worksheet, such as a dotted “d” on the letter D worksheets for preschool. If you absolutely need a free preschool letter worksheets for tracing consider:
And for when your child is older and ready to move on to a new form of writing:
- Free Printable Cursive Alphabet Letters (Uppercase)
Printable Preschool Letter Worksheets: Colored Letter Flashcards
In addition to the individual letter worksheets (letter E worksheets for preschool, letter F worksheets for preschool, letter J worksheets for preschool, etc.) the preschool letter worksheets bundle includes two sets of flashcards! You can use these flashcards to either introduce your child to the ABCs or as letter review worksheets for preschoolers, in other words, as a kind of reinforcer. While the image above only shows A through letter F worksheets for preschool, there is a flashcard for every letter of the alphabet.
Each of the flashcard letter review worksheets for preschool includes the upper and lowercase version of the letter as well as a picture of a super cute baby animal that starts with that letter. (For example, the animal on the letter D worksheet for preschool is a dog). Most of the animals should be pretty obvious; for example the animal on the letter G worksheet for preschool is a giraffe. However, here are some answers to the others:
- Letter H worksheet for preschool – hamster.
- Letter J worksheet for preschool – jaguar.
- Letter U worksheet for preschool – umbrellabird.
- Letter X worksheet for preschool – x-ray fish.
Have your kid say each animal aloud to start learning the sounds letters can make in addition to simply recognizing the upper and lowercase version of each letter.
Bonus: Rather than just plain old flashcards, turn these preschool letter worksheets into a matching game! Print two copies of each worksheet (so two letter E worksheets for preschool, two letter G worksheets for preschool, etc.), turn them upside down, and challenge your kid to find matching letters. Bonus points if he or she can say the name of the animal on the matching worksheets! 🙂
Printable Preschool Letter Worksheets: Black and White Letter Flashcards
These flashcards are identical to the first set except they aren’t colored. This provides your child the chance to add his or her own artistic touch as well as spend a little extra time with each letter. Plus, coloring can stimulate creativity and promote relaxation, which may increase your child’s ability to remember each letter and connect that letter to a sound.
If you’re looking for more alphabet related coloring opportunities, especially for young children who haven’t quite mastered the fine motor coordination required for some of the baby animals, be sure to check out:
Bonus: Looking for even more preschool letter worksheets? Check out these free printable preschool ABC worksheets.
Printable Preschool Letter Worksheets and the Letter Bundle
As already mentioned, the preschool letter worksheets bundle is a subset of the even bigger 116-page letter worksheets bundle. In addition to the preschool letter worksheets, the letter bundle includes:
- Letter Tracing Worksheets – A tracing sheet for each letter of the alphabet.
- Kindergarten Letter Worksheets.
- ABC Chart Printable for Kids – Two versions, one that is pre-colored and one that is waiting for your child’s artistic touch!
- Words That Start With [Insert Letter] – 26 worksheets.
- Words That Start With “A”
- Words That Start With “B”
- Words That Start With “C”
- Words That Start With “D”
- Words That Start With “E”
- Words That Start With “F”
- Words That Start With “G”
- Words That Start With “H”
- Words That Start With “I”
- Words That Start With “J”
- Words That Start With “K”
- Words That Start With “L”
- Words That Start With “M”
- Words That Start With “N”
- Words That Start With “O”
- Words That Start With “P”
- Words That Start With “Q”
- Words That Start With “R”
- Words That Start With “S”
- Words That Start With “T”
- Words That Start With “U”
- Words That Start With “V”
- Words That Start With “W”
- Words That Start With “X”
- Words That Start With “Y”
- Words That Start With “Z”
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