A-Z Letter Focus Worksheets for Preschool

Kindergarten is the stage where children become very curious and have a hunger for learning new things. It is crucial to stimulate and challenge them at such an age so that they develop an interest towards education. Tracing is an effective way for kids to learn how to draw letters the right way and repeated practice not only improves their writing but also helps them memorize what they’ve learnt.

So let’s get started with some interesting and colourful worksheets!

A-Z Letter Focus Worksheets for Preschool

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1. Trace The Letter A

A-Z Letter Focus Worksheets for Preschool Trace The Letter A

This is the first activity where the child need to identify the first letter of the alphabet, A. Both upper and lower case letters are mentioned. Using the rewrite method helps one easily recall. Plus, images are involved which keeps a child interested. The kid has to only colour the images that start with the letter ‘a’. For example, Ant, Apple etc.

2. Trace Letter B

A-Z Letter Focus Worksheets for Preschool Trace Letter B

A similar function needs to performed. The kids have to trace the letter and also write the upper and lower case letters. Again, colour those images that start with the letter ‘b’. For example, Book, Banana.

3. Trace Letter C

A-Z Letter Focus Worksheets for Preschool . Trace Letter C

Here the parents can explain the slight difference in letters like small c and capital C. Here, you can see the images of words that start with c such as  Cake, Cock, Cat. Simply colour the words that start with ‘c’.

4. Trace Letter D

A-Z Letter Focus Worksheets for Preschool Trace Letter D

Here is the lesson for the letter ‘d’. Mixed images are provided which begin with different letters but you only need to colour the images which start with the letter ‘d’.

5. Trace Letter E

A-Z Letter Focus Worksheets for Preschool Trace Letter E

Here is the lesson for the letter ‘e’. Again your kid has to copy the letter in the second box. Secondly, they must  colour the images that start with the letter ‘e’.

6. Trace Letter F

A-Z Letter Focus Worksheets for Preschool Trace Letter F

This is the lesson for the letter ‘f’. Trace the upper and lower case letters to first understand the correct way of writing the letters. Then, use the traced letters as reference and write them free-hand on the adjacent box. Colour only words that start with the letter ‘f’.

7. Trace Letter G

A-Z Letter Focus Worksheets for Preschool Trace Letter G

 

This is the lesson for the letter ‘g’. Familiar objects are depicted in the worksheet which allows kids to associate their learnings with things around them.

8. Trace Letter H

A-Z Letter Focus Worksheets for Preschool Trace Letter H

This is the lesson for the letter ‘h’. Several animals are depicted in the worksheet which piques the interest of kids. Repeated tracing, writing and word association helps in faster learning.

9. Trace Letter I

A-Z Letter Focus Worksheets for Preschool Trace Letter I

 

This is the lesson for the letter ‘i’. Make sure the kids notice that the lower case and upper case letters are written in a different manner in case of the letter ‘i’. The images show an island and igloo and children may not know about these words and this gives them an opportunity to learn new things as well. Make sure to only colour the images that start with ‘i’.

10. Trace Letter J

A-Z Letter Focus Worksheets for Preschool . Trace Letter J

This is the lesson for the letter ‘j’. The upper and lower case letters are written differently in case of the letter ‘j’ as well and it is important to make sure that the kids notice this difference when they are writing the letters free hand. The images exhibit some items that are common in every household and this familiarity helps kids learn better. 

11. Trace Letter K

A-Z Letter Focus Worksheets for Preschool Trace Letter K

 

This is the lesson for the letter ‘k’. Trace the dotted letters and using that as reference, write the letters in the empty box. Children are fascinated by animals from a young age and the colouring exercise involving animals makes the entire worksheet enjoyable for them. 

12. Trace Letter L

A-Z Letter Focus Worksheets for Preschool Trace Letter L

 

This is the worksheet for the letter ‘l’. Tracing and recalling is an excellent way for children to learn and memorize new things. Colour only the images that start with the letter ‘l’.

13. Trace Letter M

A-Z Letter Focus Worksheets for Preschool Trace Letter M

 

Trace the upper and lower case letters by starting from one end of the letters. Then, use it as a reference and rewrite the letters in the empty box. Colour the images that start with ‘m’. There are four words that start with ‘m’, did you get all of them?

14. Trace Letter N

Trace Letter N

 

This is the worksheet for the letter ‘n’. Carefully trace the letters and then write them free hand. Make sure the children to notice the difference between the way the upper and lower case letters are written. Colour all the images that start with the letter ‘n’.

 

15. Trace Letter O

Trace Letter O

 

This is the worksheet for the letter ‘o’. Tracing and recalling helps kids learn more efficiently. By identifying words that start with ‘o’ from a group of images, children will understand that they have memorized the words that they had learnt and this will help boost their confidence.

16. Trace Letter P

Trace Letter P

The worksheet for the letter ‘p’ depicts images of things that all kids are familiar with at this age. Tracing and free hand writing helps kids memorize better.

17. Trace Letter Q

 

Trace Letter Q

 

This is the worksheet for the letter ‘q’. Trace the upper and lower case letters along the dotted lines and then rewrite them in the empty box adjacent to it. ‘Q’ is an uncommon letter and so recognizing words that start with ‘q’ from the given images will help kids increase their vocabulary.

19. Trace Letter R

Trace Letter R

 

 

This is the lesson for the letter ‘r’. The combination of colouring images that start with ‘r’ with the traditional methods of tracing and rewriting help kids learn while having fun.

20. Trace Letter S

Trace Letter S

 

This is the worksheet for the letter ‘s’. In the beginning, learning how to write can be difficult and time consuming but with the help of fun worksheets, kids will learn things with renewed motivation.

21. Trace Letter T

Trace Letter T

 

This is the worksheet for the letter ‘t’. Trace the upper and lower case letters, starting at the top each letter. Recreate the letters in the exact same way in the empty box next to it. Call out all the images given and colour only those which start with the letter ‘t’.

22. Trace Letter U

Trace Letter U

 

This is the worksheet for the letter ‘u’. Trace and recall the upper and lower case letters. Words that start with ‘u’ are not very common. Use the images to teach the kids more words that start with ‘u’.

23. Trace Letter V

Trace Letter V

 

This is the worksheet for the letter ‘v’. Tracing helps kids understand the correct way to write a letter. Free hand practice improves their ability to visualize as well as memorize. Colouring combines learning with fun.

24. Trace Letter W

Trace Letter W

 

This is the lesson for the letter ‘w’. Tracing and rewriting improves writing ability. A variety of familiar images are provided in the worksheet which helps kids associate words they may have heard or already learnt with the letters of the alphabet.

25. Trace Letter X

. Trace Letter X

 

This is the worksheet for the letter ‘x’. Trace the upper and lower case letters starting at the top of each letter and use the traced letters as reference to rewrite them free hand. Call out the images in the worksheet out loud and make sure to only colour those that start with ‘x’.

26. Trace Letter Y

Trace Letter Y

 

This is the lesson for the letter ‘y’. Tracing helps children understand the correct way to write letters and free hand writing helps exercise their memory. Using images allows children to associate letters with words and images that they are familiar with.

27. Trace Letter Z

Trace Letter Z

This is the worksheet for the letter ‘z’. Trace and rewrite the upper and lower case letters. Colouring only the images that start with the letter ‘z’ will urge the children to think carefully before they can start having fun colouring.

These worksheets will help kids learn the alphabet while recalling words and images they are already familiar with. Through regular practice kids will improve their memory and writing ability as well.

So, what are you waiting for? Print these worksheets out and start your kids learning journey today!

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