Welcome to our free printable alphabet worksheets!
We six main sections on this page with several sets of worksheets, alphabet flashcards, and alphabet coloring pages below.
These sets of alphabet tracing worksheets A-Z are great for preschool, kindergarten, or first grade.
Our phonics and alphabet flashcards have the top, middle, and base lines so that children can see how the letters sit on the lines.
Saying the sounds as one writes the letters is one of the best ways for children to make the association between letters and reading.
You can also use the names of the letters, yet remember that the sounds are what help children read.
Briefly cover these capital letter worksheets.
Capital letters are good for learning to write names, so they're a necessary part of writing.
They're also necessary for those children learning to write sentences as each sentence starts with an uppercase letter.
Allow more time to practice the lowercase letters.
Most written words are written in lowercase, so try to spend more time on this next set of worksheets.
These worksheets have a normal sized font instead of the giant fonts required in so many Kindergarten and First Grade classes.
If you're homeschooling, I found it much better to stay with the same sized letters throughout the years rather than forcing little children to make huge letters and later trying to have them make smaller letters.
Find our best alphabet phonics worksheets here.
I think that teaching cursive is super important especially for reading. When some children learn how to write in cursive, reading "clicks".
Because they see breaks in the letters where the new word is formed.
I remember one child exclaiming, "Oh! I get it!" He was so excited! He "saw" the individual words that he had not been "seeing" in his reading. I guess looping the letters together helped him make the connection.
If you are teaching the alphabet in cursive you will love our cursive alphabet worksheets!
We also have simple sentences in cursive.
See our video of alphabet flashcards here.
Once your student knows the sounds of the alphabetical letters, be encouraged to choose phonics lessons from our phonics worksheets page.
Personally, I prefer to do phonics first so the children have an easier time reading. The whole idea of letters is to know the sounds.
If the alphabet is too easy, move to our
Hint: Use the sounds for reading and the names for spelling.
Buy the bundle of our online phonics worksheets in one digital download for ad-free access to phonics practice for your elementary school students at school or at home.
BONUS: It includes our cursive writing worksheets.
Homeschool worksheets for spelling practice and Robert Louis Stevenson's poetry handwriting worksheets make great ESL printable worksheets. Enjoy!