Preschool Letter Worksheets: F is for Frog

Sharing is caring!

As you work on your letter of the week crafts with your little one, don’t forget to also incorporate our preschool letter worksheets . These are perfect for preschoolers and young learners as they work on letter recognition.

This is a free printable that uses Do a Dot markers to identify letters and builds fine motor skills.

At the end of this post I also share with you many other letter of the week activities you can do with your preschooler as you teach them the letter E.

preschool letter worksheets do a dot printables

SCROLL TO THE BOTTOM TO DOWNLOAD THE FILE!

You Will Need:

  • preschool letter worksheets F is for frog  
  • do a dot art markers
  • crayons for coloring the frog (optional)

Print the printable off by clicking the link above.

Have your preschooler choose his favorite Do a Dot marker. We chose green.

Ask your preschooler if he can find all of big F’s and all of the little f’s on the paper.

preschool letter worksheets f is for frog

Have him use his marker to mark each one.

You can find all of the little f’s first, or all of the big F’s first or just mark them as you find them.

do a dot letter f

Remind him what the letter F looks like.

Use your alphabet flip book for preschoolers to remind them. (There is a link at the end of this post that shows you how to make your own flip book. Super easy!)

Trace over the big F and little f with their finger.

Ask them to think of all the things that start with the letter Ff. We thought of frog, fox, feather, fan. family, fog and more!

f is for fox letter of the week

Now you can let your preschooler color the frog.

These do a dot printables are simple, but always fun. A great learning activity that gives more practice for letter recognition.

letter of the week f is for frog do a dot

Are you looking for more letter of the week activities to add to your homeschool curriculum? I have tons here!

Letter of the Week Activities for Preschoolers (Letter Ff)

 

4 Comments

  1. Crystal, how did you know that I was using FROG for my F lesson this year? LOL I really am. So, I have added this post to my tickler file for when I get the lessons together. The kids will love these fun printables. Thank you!

  2. Thank you for sharing. These will come in handy. Pinned and shared.

  3. I’m so glad you shared this at the Frugal Crafty Home Blog Hop! This is a great learning tool so I’ll be pinning this to use with my kids!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *