Here’s a fun set of ALL the letters to sort. Cut out the letters and glue them into the matching category. Two sets of letters are provided – cut the letters out individually or save cutting time and cut on the shared lines.
This worksheet has the seven tall letters – b, d, f, h, k, l, and t – neatly spaced on six primary writing lines so kids can easily trace them.
This worksheet is for kids to write small letters. The fourteen small letters – a, c, e, i, m, n, o, r, s, u, v, w, x, and z – repeat three times and are neatly spaced on six primary writing lines.
Each line of this worksheet has the five fall letters – g, j, p, q, and y – neatly spaced on primary writing lines so kids can easily trace them.
In this worksheet each set of letters is represented by an animal. Kids trace the letters nicely and neatly on the primary writing lines. Then have them color the animals.
These easy-to-use sorting strips will provide lots of sorting fun. Cut out on the dotted lines, fold up 2-3 inches fron the bottom, put in baskets and sort the letters found on this page.
Here’s a print awareness worksheet where kids get to count! They cut & glue the words in the correct categories. There are 8 basic words in this activity. The words are: the, and, is, I, it, is, a & can.
Here’s a worksheet that does double duty! Kids learn that letters put together make words and ask how many letters are in those words? The words are: cat, said, see, look, four, one, blue, big.
This worksheet has 4 and 5 letter words kids cut and glue in the correct category. The eight words are: jump, three, down, apple, funny, come, house, and here. Happy counting!
Our counting letters worksheet has 5 and 6 letter words that kids cut and glue in the correct category. Mixes concepts of print and counting. The eight words are: little, where, yellow, seven, flower, rabbit, watch and zebra.
The words on this page of these four animal words are in a large type – cat, duck dog and fish. Kids count the letters and write how many. After counting the letters your kids can color the pictures of the animals.
In this worksheet kids get to count the letters in these four animal words – chick, hen, frog, & zebra. The type is large so the letters are easy to count using one-to-one correspondence.
On this page kids get to count the letters that are put together to make these five animal words – goat, horse, rabbit, mouse, and lion. After counting, your kids can color the pictures of the animals.
Another page where kids get to count the number of letters that are put together to make these animal words – rooster, sheep, giraffe, monkey, and turkey. After counting your kids can color the pictures.
On this page kids count the letters in these color words – red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and purple (the colors of the rainbow). They write how many in each box. Then they try to color the crayons the color of the color words!
This worksheet may prove a bit tricky! Kids count the number of letters in each word and write that number in the box. They do not write the number the words represent (if they know them), unless of course, that’s what you want them to do…