Does a Kindergarten teacher love anything more than alphabet resources!? I have a blog post planned for next week to show you how I store my enormous collection of alphabet work, which I have spent nearly 18 years collecting! The crazy thing is, I never feel like I have enough!
Here is one of the pages from this file. Each worksheet features a different picture of something that has the beginning single sound made by the focus letter of the alphabet (except x - I have included a fox).
Students look over the picture and identify all the letters and trace them when they find them. I have made this worksheet as clear and uncluttered as possible so that students can focus on the letter shapes.
This is a similar to a 'find and color' except your students will actually be getting some letter formation practice as well as letter identification- which is essential!
After tracing, students can also shade or paint (with watercolours) the picture. Use crayons for the painting, and it would make a nice wax-resist.
You can find this complete file in my TpT store HERE
If you would like to try a sample, download this mouse page, by clicking on the image below:
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