Letter Review Alphabet Worksheets

After kids learn to recognize and write the letters of the alphabet, as well as the sound that each letter makes, they might be ready for some review worksheets. Here is a set of FREE alphabet printables to help review each letter. Great for kindergarten kids!

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FREE alphabet worksheets for kindergarten kids to review letters and letter sounds, and practice proper letter formation.
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In this set of FREE alphabet review worksheets, kids will trace letters, write them, find them among other letters, and find & color the pictures that begin with each letter sound. This set is great if you are doing "letter of the week" or learning one letter at a time.

Materials Needed:
This is an easy, no-prep set of worksheets. Just print and give your students or children a pencil and crayons. You can also use dot markers for the "find the letter" section, or simply have the child circle the letters.

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Viviana is a blogging mom to a toddler, a preschooler, and a kindergartner, sharing ideas and resources for early education. She specializes in unique, hands-on printable activities that are educational, fun and inspire creativity in young minds.

7 comments:

  1. thank you so much. my son is addicted tot the alfabeth and just keeps asking me for more thing so he can "colour" the pages. he's 3y old and knows how to write thanks to your pages

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  2. Would love to download the letter review worksheets but it appears that the link is broken and will not print.

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  3. I love these and am trying to print for my 3 year old. But can not print and when I download it won't print in the correct format. Is there another way to get these worksheets?

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  4. i really love your worksheets it is really a big help to my Kid who is in Prep. Thanks so much!

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  5. Thank you for these resources. I use them as a center by placing the pages in sheet protectors so the students can use an expo marker to practice over and over again.

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