Learning the alphabet is a huge building block of early learning.
The first step in learning the alphabet is recognizing what each uppercase and lowercase letter looks like.
Once your child recognizes and understands the alphabet, they’ll begin to learn the sounds they make and this will be the foundation for both reading and writing.
We all know it’s important to teach our kids the ABC’s, but sometimes we want a quick, fun and engaging way to reinforce what they’ve been learning.
These fun preschool alphabet worksheets are just that!
All you need to do is gather crayons or a dot marker and let your child work through a few of these worksheets!
Also, be sure to check out all of our preschool worksheets for even more ideas.
How To Use These Printables
Instead of having them color in each square, you can have them “X” out all of the letters they’re searching for.
If you’re only using them one time, you can have them color the square in with markers or crayons. You can also use dot markers to add a circle inside each box.
To bring more variety to the activity, try letting your child use bingo chips, cereal (like Cheerios), buttons, or small erasers to make their way through each of the alphabet mazes.
These ABC letter mazes will help children learn to distinguish and recognize uppercase and lowercase letters of the alphabet.
Kids will also work on following directions and fine motor skills as they work through the printables.
To add more learning opportunities to each worksheet, you can begin to discuss the sounds each letter makes.
Every worksheet also has a picture of an animal that begins with the featured letter. If you want to deepen your child’s learning experience, try teaching them a few things about each animal.
If you’d like even more fun ways to learn the alphabet be sure to check out our guide to the best alphabet board games for preschoolers!
To try these out with your kids, be sure to download the free sample pages by leaving your email in the form below.
More Fun Alphabet Ideas
Reading books to your kids is a fabulous way to go deeper into learning the alphabet and recognizing letters. Check out these books from your local library or grab them from Amazon to keep for years to come!
A is for Apple is a fun book for kids to use. This trace-and-flip book introduces children to the alphabet and first words!
Alphaoops!: The Day Z Went First is a story about the comic confusion that comes when the letters of the alphabet, like a class of unruly children, step out of order and show that each one has a mind of its own.
Wild Animal Babies – Introduce your 3- to 5-year-old to the alphabet the fun way with some of the most adorable wild animal babies from around the world!
Practice writing letters over and over again with this wooden tracing board.