I absolutely loved sharing the letter of the week preschool crafts with you guys. Anna from The Measured Mom did an amazing job making a new creation for us each week!
But we can’t stop there. For those of us who homeschool and/or are looking for preschool curriculum we can do at home, these activities are perfect for us. What better than to add preschool letter worksheets to our collection here!?
You’re going to love these free printables and so will your preschooler! They are so easy, you just print them out and your little one will love learning their alphabet.
Today we are going to share the preschool letter worksheet for the letter Aa. You will notice that the them A is for Alligator is also captured on this printable. It ties in perfectly with your letter of the week alligator craft. My sweet friend Kelli from 3 Boys and a Dog is making these printables for us each week.
Preschool Letter Worksheets Tutorial
You Will Need:
- letter Aa printable <<—— click to print
- do a dot art markers
- crayons for coloring the alligator (optional)
Print out the preschool letter worksheet for A.
Let your little one choose their favorite do a dot art marker.
We have a dry erase board in our dining area on the wall next to our dinner table. This is where we do all of our school work.
I wrote Aa on the board to reinforce it for Matthew (who is 4).
We said the letter out loud together.
I grabbed our alphabet flip book that we made a few weeks back. (Check out the link at the end of this post to be directed to the tutorial for making your own flip book on the cheap.)
Matthew pointed at the letter Aa in the flip book. We said the letter out loud, we said the name of the picture (apple) and we made the Aa sound together.
Now that he knows what the letter looks like, he started marking with the do a dot art markers all of the big A’s and little a’s on the sheet.
He was so thorough and wanted to learn.
He marked every one of the A’s and a’s.
Then, he wanted to color the alligator.
He took his crayons and markers and did just that.
And we were all done. He was so proud of his work and wanted to show his brothers.
The next day we pulled the worksheet back out and he instantly remember the name of the letter and the sound it makes.
I am so proud of him!
And it is that simple. This is how you use the preschool letter worksheets that we will do for each letter of the alphabet.