Alphabet Worksheets & Printables

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Dino I
Dino I
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Dino I
Give your little adventurer a fun way to practice ABCs! This dino letter page is a fun way to get kids in the mood for learning.
Preschool
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Z for Zebra
Z for Zebra
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Z for Zebra
Finish off the A to Z animal letters series with two cool zebras leaning back and forming the letter Z.
Kindergarten
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Alphabet Shapes: "Z"
Alphabet Shapes: "Z"
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Alphabet Shapes: "Z"
Little learners can have fun practicing their ABC's with this alphabet shapes activity. Put these rectangle shapes together to form a letter "Z"!
Kindergarten
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Alphabet Shapes: "X"
Alphabet Shapes: "X"
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Alphabet Shapes: "X"
Can you form a letter "X" from these colorful shapes? Help your kindergartener build pre-handwriting skills with this cut-out activity.
Kindergarten
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Alphabet Shapes: "S"
Alphabet Shapes: "S"
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Alphabet Shapes: "S"
Recognizing letters is the first step in building reading and writing skills. Help your little learner cut out these shapes to make a letter "S".
Kindergarten
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Monster U
Monster U
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Monster U
The letter U is certainly a funny looking monster! Have some silly alphabet practice with your little monster, and help her review her ABCs as she colors.
Preschool
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Dino V
Dino V
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Dino V
Go wild for these dinosaur alphabet pages! Color the dino "V" as you practice your ABCs.
Preschool
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"R" is for Raiju
"R" is for Raiju
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"R" is for Raiju
The word "raiju" means "thunder animal" in Japanese! Have some electrifying alphabet practice with this little lighting monster.
Kindergarten
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"O" is for Ogre
"O" is for Ogre
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"O" is for Ogre
They say that the ogre is a fearsome beast! But this little guy is just looking for a little coloring time.
Kindergarten
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Q for Quail
Q for Quail
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Q for Quail
Let your kindergartener color her way through the alphabet with fun animal coloring pages.
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Monster R
Monster R
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Monster R
Uh oh, alphabet practice just got a little more mischievous! Enjoy this monster alphabet series with your little learner.
Preschool
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"F" is for Faun
"F" is for Faun
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"F" is for Faun
A faun is part goat and part man! Popular in many different fairy tales, this little guy is here to teach you about the letter F.
Kindergarten
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P for Panther
P for Panther
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P for Panther
Color in a pair of panthers who have contorted their bodies into a lowercase and uppercase P.
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"X" is for Xana
"X" is for Xana
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"X" is for Xana
A xana is a lovely goddess of nature. Color her in while you help your little reader review her ABCs. Trace the word, and practice writing lowercase letter "x".
Kindergarten
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Violin Vulture
Violin Vulture
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Violin Vulture
Help your preschooler learn letters and their sounds with these wacky animal worksheets. Here's a vulture playing a violin, a very odd pairing to say the least.
Preschool
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Dino T
Dino T
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Dino T
Learn your letters the fun way with a dino alphabet! Color this dinosaur "T" as you review the ABCs.
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"Z" is for Zombie
"Z" is for Zombie
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"Z" is for Zombie
Watch out for zombies! Make it all the way from A to Z to make an escape. Add some Halloween colors to this mix while you review your lowercase letters.
Kindergarten
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L for Lizard
L for Lizard
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L for Lizard
Longing for a little low-stress alphabet help for your little learner? Try L for lizard!
Kindergarten
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Monster Q
Monster Q
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Monster Q
The letter Q looks quite hungry! Give this letter monster some fun Halloween colors as you practice your ABCs. Challenge your child to think of "Q"…
Preschool
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Monster X
Monster X
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Monster X
Don't be creeped out by this monstrous alphabet page! This wiggly letter X is here to help you practice the ABCs.
Preschool
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V is for Vulture
V is for Vulture
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V is for Vulture
V is for vulture in this alphabet animals series. Color in this feisty bird flying across the sky while learning the letter V.
Preschool
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Monster V
Monster V
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Monster V
Take flight with this monster V! Your little learner will review his ABCs as he colors the letter V in this monstrous alphabet worksheet.
Preschool
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Alphabet Worksheets & Printables

Just as you can’t run before you learn how to walk, you can’t read until you learn how to recognize letters. Thanks to our slew of alphabet worksheets, new learners can explore their ABCs in a variety of formats at a variety of levels. Beginners can start with coloring and dot-to-dot alphabet worksheets before graduating to letter tracing, identifying missing letters, understanding vowels, and eventually, writing their first words.

Alphabet Worksheets Cover Everything from A to Z

There is nothing quite like the pure joy that’s expressed on the faces of young children when they finally master the 26 letters of the alphabet. That joy filters down to parents and loved ones, too, because it’s the telltale sign that the youngster has unlocked the door to literacy. Our alphabet worksheets are intended to help push your child through that door with a variety of exercises that enlighten and entertain at the same time. To speed up the process even more, try some of these at-home ABC games: Put a bunch of fruit in a bowl and see if he can identify the items that start with various letters, like A (apple), B (banana), G (grapes), P (peach), etc. Place a handful of pieces of alphabet-themed cereal on the table, call out letters at random, and see if he can spot them. If that’s too easy of a challenge, grab a timer and see how long it takes him to put the pieces in alphabetical order. Hold up familiar objects—like a pencil, book, fork, or glass—and see if he can tell you the first and last letters of each object.