Have your kids sort tall & small letters. First, they cut out the twelve letters, then they glue them into the correct space for either tall or small letters.
Sort tall & fall letters with this simple cut and glue worksheet. Kids cut out the twelve letters and glue them into the correct category.
Here’s a worksheet to sort small & fall letters. Kids cut out the twelve letters, decide which category they go into and glue them into the correct space.
A cut and glue sorting worksheet for tall, small, & fall letters. Kids cut out the twelve letters, decide which category they go into and glue them into the correct space.
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 four pages of color-coded letters are printed on primary writing lines. You can have fun with them by describing and sorting letters using the pocket chart strips in this set.
This cool set of color-coded letters comes with an animal: the tall brown letters have a giraffe next to them, the small green letters have a turtle next to them and the golden fall letters have a monkey next to them.
In this letter set all the letters come in the same color – orange. No color-coding or animals here to help kids sort them. Kids will have to know what type of letter it is using the guidelines you’ve taught them.
This three poster color-coded set has one poster for each type of letter. The title is in large bold letters and the letters are written on large primary writing lines. Each type of letter is represented by a different animal.
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!