I created these alphabet that is printable (sample image below) when my preschool and Grade 1 children had a need to practice writing the letters associated with the alphabet.
For children that are just learning to recognise and write letters, there are more free preschool alphabet worksheets for Emergent Writing , consisting of patterns and letters for first time writers. These ought to be mastered before progessing to the worksheets with this page.
There’s also other Free Preschool Printable Worksheets on my site, containing links to printable, illustrated Bible memory verses, Bible coloring pages , Number Writing Worksheets and more!
Tips for Teaching Writing
1. Demonstrate correct letter formation
It is vital to teach children the letter that is correct from when they first start writing.
To assist you with this particular, a letter with numbered arrows showing the place to start and where to finish each letter is provided, followed closely by grey letters which can be traced and then a line that is blank that your child must copy the perfect letter forms.
Studies have shown that for the child/ren, that they learn their letters more easily if you first “say” the correct letter formation while demonstating it. Then allow them to perform some same, to make certain multi-sensory learning.
For example, demonstrate the letter ‘a’ and say: “Around, down and up.” Practice in the air a few times, then with a finger in writing (or sandpaper) and lastly with a pencil in some recoverable format.
You can find 26 letters in this collection of free preschool alphabet worksheets, however they are not in alphabetical order. Rather, they have been arranged by me in sets of similar letter forms. eg. o, c, e are similar, while r, n and m are similar.
You are able to rearrange them to suit yourself.
A blank page that is lined also provided which is often employed for any extra writing practice that your child/ren need.Read More›