Preschool Alphabet Worksheets

These preschool alphabet worksheets will help your little ones work on letter recognition, handwriting, and beginning sounds.

Download and print these worksheets to create a fun alphabet activity for preschoolers. With a variety of activities on each page, little ones will have a great time working on the alphabet.

You can print the pages out one at a time to add to your letter of the week activities. Or, you can print them out and bind them into an alphabet workbook for your little ones.

Preschool Alphabet Worksheets

This fun set of alphabet worksheets contains a variety of activities to reinforce several literacy skills for little ones.

I’ll go into more detail below, but this worksheet pack works on beginning sounds, handwriting, letter recognition, and fine motor skills.

These print-and-go printables are perfect for busy preschool moms and teachers like you.

Beginning Sounds

At the top of each page, there are pictures that begin with the featured letter. Have kids name those pictures paying close attention to the sound each one begins with.

You can also have them repeat the phrase “Letter is for…” as they name each image. For example, C is for caterpillar or R is for rocket.

Handwriting Practice

Next, preschoolers will trace uppercase and lowercase letters. There are dashed lines and directional arrows to help children learn proper letter formation.

Then, they can use the remainder of the writing lines to practice writing the letter on their own.

If, after coloring the beginning sounds pictures, you laminate the pages, kids can do the handwriting practice with dry erase markers.

Playdough Letters

The next activity on these alphabet worksheets is a great way to strengthen fine motor muscles.

They’ll roll, pinch, and manipulate playdough ropes to build uppercase and lowercase letters.

Letter Recognition

Finally, children will search for and identify uppercase and lowercase letters within a grid of other letters.

This is a great way to reinforce letter recognition skills while strengthening visual discrimination skills.

Children can circle the letters with pencils, crayons, or dry erase markers (if the pages are laminated).

Alphabet Books

Alphabet books are a great way to help preschoolers and kindergarteners learn their letters. And they don’t have to be boring, either!

There are all sorts of fun and engaging alphabet books out there, from books that teach the letters through rhyming verses to books that feature adorable animals.

Alphabet books can also be a great way for parents and caregivers to bond with their little ones. Reading together is always a special time, and it’s even more special when you’re sharing a book that’s helping your child learn something new.

So whether you’re looking for a gift for a preschooler in your life or you just want to add some new titles to your home library, be sure to check out some alphabet books for kids!

• ABC’s for Boys – This one of a kind, hand illustrated alphabet book combines letters with all of boys’ favorite things–airplanes, dump trucks, and more!

Alpha Oops! The Day Z Went First  – It’s chaos! It’s pandemonium! And it’s definitely not as easy as A-B-C! Here’s a snappy story about the comic confusion that comes when the letters of the alphabet, like a class of unruly children, step out of order and show that each one has a mind of its own.

• Pinkalicious ABC – A is for Apple. B is for Bubble Bath. C is for Cupcake. What could be better than learning your ABC’s with Pinkalicious in this pinkamazing board book?

What activities can I do with my preschooler to help them learn the alphabet?

This sweet set of 26 fabric letters is a great way for your child to play and learn the alphabet. Safe for all ages. And can be machine washed and dried using a small mesh bag. 

These epoxy sprinkle letters are so much fun! They can be used in sensory bins , alongside educational activities, or on their own! 26 letters included!

Download Your Printables

This pack of alphabet worksheets contains 26 pages – one for each letter – designed to help kids work on the following skills:

  • letter recognition
  • handwriting practice
  • beginning sounds
  • fine motor skills
  • visual discrimination

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