Alphabet Printables

FREE Letter Recognition Worksheets

Written by Beth Gorden

Preschoolers will love practicing identifying uppercase and lowercase letters with these super cute Letter Recognition Worksheets.

FREE Letter Recognition Worksheets - these preschool alphabet worksheets are super cute and such a fun way to practice uppercase and lowercase letters. Printable for prek or kindergarten #alphabet #preschool #freeworksheets

Letter Recognition Worksheets

These super cute, preschool alphabet worksheets are a fun way for kids to practice letter recognition while strengthening fine motor skills.


Free Alphabet Worksheets

There are 26 black and white preschool alphabet worksheets. You will love the this is not  only NO PREP, but that is requires no fancy colored ink printer. Everything is in blackline.

Start by scrolling to the bottom of the post and enter your email address in the box. If you are already an email subscriber it will automatically email you the PDF file immediately. If you are new to our weekly newsletter, it will sign you up and then send the file. Now simply print the pages you want to use.

letter identification worksheets

Letter Identification Worksheets

Each prek worksheet includes how to form the letter (both uppercase and lowercase letters), a simple phrase, and a picture to decorate with crayons / markers / bingo markers / do a dot markers / daubers / circle stickers / etc.

Parents, teachers and homeschoolers alike will love using these as extra practice, to go along with a letter of the week, as part of a literacy center, extra seat work, homework, or summer learning. No matter how you use it, you will apprecaite the fun, no prep worksheets that make kids excited about practicing identifying their letters.

FREE Alphabet Printables - these alphabet worksheets are great for toddler, prek, preschool, and kindergarten age kids working on letter recognition - use with bingo daubers, crayons, markers, or circle stickers #alphabet #prek #bingodaubers

Repeated practice identifying alphabet letters is great for developing early literacy. Plus, these learning the alphabet worksheets are great for strengthening fine motor skills at the same time.

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More FREE Alphabet Worksheets

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Beth Gorden

Beth Gorden is the creative multi-tasking creator of Preschool Play and Learn. As a busy homeschooling mother of six, she strives to create hands-on learning activities and worksheets that kids will love to make learning FUN! Beth is also the creator of and where she shares more than 100,000 pages of FREE worksheets,& educational ideas for PreK-8th grade.


  • Blessed indeed!! These are adorable and I can’t wait to use them in my Pre-K classroom for their daily journals! Thanks so much !

    • Sorry, it is the most efficient way we’ve found to release the freebies. Your computer probably remembers your email so it shoudl be 2 clicks =) Otherwise we’d have to invest more money into getting a differenty system and couldn’t provide everything for FREE. And I want to be able to keep it free for readers with the add companies paying for my time =)

  • I see all of these “free printables” but I don’t find any links to click on to print them.
    What am I missing?
    Where do I click to download these printable worksheets?

    • Just scroll to the bottom, under the terms of use and enter your email address. We will send you the PDF to your inbox and subscriber you to our free newsletter so you know about new free printables we have just released =)

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