Alphabet Practice Pages

A few summers ago, I created my summer reviews for the kids I was tutoring at the time. I posted them to my TpT store shortly after. The reviews are just that - reviews of topics covered throughout the school year, not a comprehensive list of everything covered. Because of this, I only included certain letters in my alphabet practice for prek and kindergarten, just like I only included certain sight words for my first and second grade packets. I had a few people request all of the letters, so I combined all of the ABC pages that I used in my summer reviews into one big bundle of alphabet practice pages. Take a look at what is included. 
ABC printable pages make a quick and easy way to practice the alphabet. 4 different versions to make practicing upper and lowercase letter more fun!


What's the Letter - Lowercase

For these practice sheets (letters a-z included), students will trace the lowercase letter first. Then they will write the letter independently 5 times. After that they will need to look at the letters provided and circle the letter (it may be shown more than once). Next, they will fill in the missing letter to make the word match the picture. Basically, it is just practicing writing that letter over and over again.
ABC printable pages make a quick and easy way to practice the alphabet. 4 different versions to make practicing upper and lowercase letter more fun!

Beginning Sounds

This set of practice pages (A-Z included) are all about identifying pictures that start with the letter that is the focus for that page. Students will color the pictures that go with the focus letter.
ABC printable pages make a quick and easy way to practice the alphabet. 4 different versions to make practicing upper and lowercase letter more fun!

Circle the Letter

These practice pages (available A-Z) are a great way to practice identifying upper and lowercase letters in all different fonts. This can be a tricky concept for young learners because they get comfortable with letters always looking a certain way, but in the real world, letters come in a variety of fonts  and it is important that they can identify them. With this practice page, they will circle all the focus letters. I've tried to include upper and lowercase letters, different fonts and alternate ways to make the letter such as the different forms of a.
ABC printable pages make a quick and easy way to practice the alphabet. 4 different versions to make practicing upper and lowercase letter more fun!

What's the Letter  - Uppercase

Just like the lowercase version, this practice page requires children to trace, write, and identify the uppercase version of each letter A-Z. Again, this is great for repetitive practice which can be vital when learning and practicing correct formation.
ABC printable pages make a quick and easy way to practice the alphabet. 4 different versions to make practicing upper and lowercase letter more fun!

How Can I Use These?

Now I'm the first to tell you not to bombard students, especially young students in preschool and kindergarten, with worksheets. There are just simply other ways of practicing that are necessary. However, sometimes some pencil/paper practice is exactly what they need to get comfortable with the formation of each letter. Here are some ideas for how to use these practice pages:

-make as an at home practice packet that students can work on a little each day
-summer review to prepare for kindergarten
-use during literacy block
-have a parent volunteer help students who need more letter practice
-use in small groups with students who need more letter practice
-use them after you introduce each letter
-use them as you review letters already covered
-laminate and use as a center with dry erase markers or dry erase crayons

ABC printable pages make a quick and easy way to practice the alphabet. 4 different versions to make practicing upper and lowercase letter more fun!

I put together some of the lowercase letter practice for my daughter who will start kindergarten in the fall. She still prefers to write in all capital letters so I was hoping to help her become more comfortable with lowercase before school starts.
ABC printable pages make a quick and easy way to practice the alphabet. 4 different versions to make practicing upper and lowercase letter more fun!

And because she was working, little sister (3) wanted to work on something too. I copied the circle the letter pages for her. She isn't ready for upper and lowercase letters but she did a great job of looking at the letter at the top of the page and finding the other letters that looked like that throughout the page. A little practice for both of them! Win, win!



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