Alphabet Printables

As parents and teachers, we want our preschoolers to have a strong foundation in reading and language. One of the best ways to help them develop these skills is through alphabet printables!

Our free printable alphabet worksheets are designed with fun activities such as letter tracing and coloring that can make learning the ABCs exciting for little ones.

With our free alphabet printables, you can give your preschoolers an engaging way to learn their letters while having fun at the same time!

Let’s explore some of the benefits of using our free worksheets and how they can help your child become a better reader.

Alphabet printables are an effective and engaging tool for helping preschoolers learn their letters and develop basic reading skills.

Our free preschool printables are designed to give children a fun and interactive way to practice their ABCs, featuring activities such as letter tracing and coloring.

These free printable alphabet worksheets can help introduce the concept of using letters and words to your little ones in a fun and engaging way.

With our free pages, you can give your preschoolers an enjoyable way to learn the ABCs that can help them become better readers!

So why wait? Download our free alphabet printables now and help your preschooler unlock the world of books with these fun activities!

Alphabet Printables

Our alphabet printables include fun activities like letter tracing and coloring. You can also find puzzles, matching worksheets, and more!

Preparing the Worksheets

To get started, gather the materials you’ll need to prepare the activity. I suggest the following:

  • printer
  • printer paper
  • crayons (optional)
  • pencils
  • scissors

Now that you have all of your supplies, let’s get started with the prep work.

  • First, scroll to the very bottom of this post and enter your email address to request the file.
  • Save the file to your computer.
  • Open and print the worksheets making as many as you need for your students.
  • Laminate the alphabet puzzles and cut them apart.

That’s it! Now, you’re all set to use this activity with your preschoolers.

What’s Included?

Preschoolers will work on identifying the letters of the alphabet and matching uppercase and lowercase letters. They’ll also work on handwriting as they trace the letters.


Preschoolers will match the uppercase and lowercase letters. You can also talk about the pictures on each puzzle piece emphasizing the letter sounds.

To make this a self-checking activity, put small matching stickers on the back of each puzzle piece. Once your child has assembled the puzzles, they can turn them over and check their work. If the stickers on the back match, they’ve matched the letters correctly.


On this one-page activity, preschoolers will identify the capital letters in the left-hand column. Then, they’ll hunt for its corresponding letter in the same row.

This will help preschoolers build visual discrimination skills as they hunt for the matching letter among five lowercase letters.


These worksheets, pages 13-17, encourage kids to draw a line matching uppercase and lower case letters. There are six letters featured on each page.

Alphabet Tracing Worksheets

The last two pages in this pack focus on handwriting and proper letter formation. Each letter of the alphabet is presented, 13 per page, in random order.

Students will trace the uppercase letters in the first column. Then, they’ll trace five lowercase letters in the second column.

Alphabet Activities

Are you looking for more alphabet crafts and activities to do with your kids?

We’ve gathered some of our favorites so you have plenty to choose from as you look for activities to supplement your upcoming lessons.

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?

Alphabet Activities for Preschoolers

We hope you find these fun and engaging alphabet activities useful when teaching your young learners the ABCs!

Alphabet Printables for Preschoolers

Free printables are designed to help preschoolers learn their letters and develop basic reading skills in a fun and interactive way.

Download these fun worksheets now, and start helping your little one become a better reader with these enjoyable activities!

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!

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    1. Agreed! My son is struggling first year at school, Covid and moved school half way during year! these are going to be so helpful! Thank you for making them available for us xx

  1. Thank you. I have a 4 year old grandson about to start kindergarten in August! He needs to know how to write his name atleast. He knows the alphabet and numbers but not good at writing them yet.