Here’s an alphabet activity that preschoolers will love! Color the pictures, then search for the letters and circle them. There’s a page for each capital letter!
These printable alphabet pages were inspired by my preschool girl and her love of word searches. One day, my 11 year old was working on word searches in a coloring book, and Janie decided to join in and circle all the J’s (because she knows her name starts with J). She stuck with it a long, long time over the course of several different days!
Now, let me just say that I don’t think there’s any reason to push letter learning before age 5. My fourth son wanted to learn the alphabet, but really could not remember the letters from day to day until he turned 5. He just wasn’t ready until then. Janie, on the other hand, is teaching herself letters at age 3.5. Each child is different!
There are pictures to go with each letter page, and I included the word that names the picture. That way, if kids are ready to learn letter sounds, you can practice that too. Plus, it’s just fun to color the pictures!
My preschooler and kindergartner gave them two thumbs up!
I love how big brother is watching over her should to make sure she’s doing it right!
One way to expand the usefulness of each page is to circle all the A’s (or whatever is the main letter) in one color, then switch to another color and look for all the B’s, etc.
Ready to print?
Click the link below. Then the PDF file will open, and you can print from there. Print the whole set, or just choose individual pages to print.