Correlating sounds with letters and groups of letters is the basics of phonics and a critical early step in becoming a reader. This collection of free worksheets includes beginning sounds, rhyming, word families and more.
Color each letter with dot art markers (bingo daubers), pom poms or anything else that works to fill in the dots in each letter.
Make letters on the floor and then have fun playing a variety of games while learning the alphabet!
Practice penmanship by writing uppercase and lowercase versions of each letter of the alphabet.
Look at the pictures, say the word and then write the letter to complete the words.
One worksheet for each letter of the alphabet that includes a fun picture and traceable uppercase and lowercase versions of the letter.
Practice letter recognition by finding and coloring the correct uppercase and lowercase letters.
This group of free reading worksheets is focussed on reading comprehension. We have several different types to choose from that all will help kids with early reading comprehension skills.
A child's ability to recognize the letters of the alphabet is one of the first early reading skills necessary. This comprehensive collection of alphabet worksheets will help get your child on their way.