Turn your alphabet lesson into an imaginary trip to the zoo with this animal alphabet exercise. Students will practice letter-sound correspondence as they color in their very own animal alphabet chart.
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.