Ready for another fun way to work on letter recognition? These free letter e preschool worksheets are a great way to help younger children work on their writing skills, fine motor skills, and more.
They are also the perfect addition to use with your letter of the week curriculum, as a fun practice sheet to help with tracing letters or even line tracing.
Feel free to check out our other letter of the alphabet worksheets over at Free Letter Printables.
And remember that these free letter e worksheets can also be used with kindergarten students and not just young children.
Alphabet Books Suggestions
Looking for some fun letters of the alphabet books to read to your kids? Then be sure to try the ones listed below.
I have included a few of our favorites and a few other popular suggestions. Always remember to check out your local library to see what awesome books they have available.
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AlphaOops!: The Day Z Went FirstMy First Bob Books – Alphabet Box Set | Phonics, Letter sounds, Ages 3 and up, Pre-K (Reading Readiness)Dr. Seuss’s ABC (Beginner Books(R))[( Chicka Chicka Boom Boom )] [by: Jr. Bill Martin] [Aug-2012]Mrs. Peanuckle’s Hiking AlphabetAlphabet TrainsABCs of Dinosaur: A Powerfully Prehistoric Alphabet – ABC First Learning Book for Toddlers, Kindergartners, and Curious Minds with Fun Fact Bites, Ages 1-5Nonfiction Alphabet Readers Parent Pack: 26 Just-Right Titles That Teach The Letters from A to ZLeapFrog: The Amazing Alphabet Amusement ParkWild Animal Babies: An Alphabet Book
Try any of the alphabet games below or simply make up your own to help your kids work on letter recognition while having fun.
Learning Resources Alphabet Island, Letter & Sounds Game, Language Development Toy, Alphabet Learning Toys, ABC Board Games for Kids, Ages 4+Dinhon Color Alphabet Learning Lock Toys Educational Letter Combination-with 26 Locks, 26 Keys Montessori Preschool Alphabet Learning Game for Ages 3 yrs+GAMENOTE Wooden Magnetic Fishing Game, ABC Alphabet Color Sorting Puzzle, Montessori Letters Cognition Phonic Games for Toddlers Kids Learning Toy Educational Preschool GiftAlphabet Bingo GamesAlphabet Slap Jack® | Play 4 Alphabet Games Including Alphabet Go Fish, Slapjack, ABC Letter Match or Flash Cards | Learn Upper Lowercase Alphabet Letters & Sounds | Ages 4+ | 57 CardsLearning Resources Alphabet Marks The Spot Floor MatPeaceable Kingdom Alphabet Go Fish Letter Matching Card Game – 52 Cards with BoxGamenote Magnetic Alphabet Maze Board with 4 Activity Cards, Wooden Matching Letter Game Montessori Toys for Preschool Kingdergarten – Fine Motor Skills Toys ABC Recognition Color Sorting PuzzleLearning Resources Goodie Games ABC Cookies – 4 Games in 1, Ages 3+ Toddler Learning Toys, ABC Games for Toddlers, Preschool Games, Alphabet Learning Games, Math for PreschoolersEducational Insights Frida’s Fruit Fiesta Alphabet Game, Preschool & Toddler Board Game, Letter Recognition, Fine Motor Skills, Ages 4+Learning Resources Snap-n-Learn Alphabet Alligators – 26 Double-Sided Pieces, Ages 18+ Months Toddler Learning Toys, Alphabet Learning for Toddlers, Preschool Learning ToysMagnetic Wooden Fishing Game Toy for Toddlers, Alphabet Fish Catching Counting Games Puzzle with Numbers and Letters, Preschool Learning ABC and Math Educational Toys for 3 4 5 Years Old Girl Boy KidsLearning Resources Alphabet Soup Sorters – 208 Pieces, Ages 3+, Early Phonics Manipulatives, ABCs, Alphabet Awareness & Recognition, Alphabet Soup Games
Inside the Printable Letter E Worksheets
Curious about what’s inside these free printable worksheets? I would be too! Our letter e worksheets pdf includes:
Lowercase letters with an uppercase version
Your child or kindergarten class will have the chance to work on tracing the lower-case e as well as its upper case.
Fill in the letter activity sheet
This gives your young learners the chance to fill these bubble letters with stickers, counters, or even simply fingerpainting the free worksheet.
They can also use it as a letter e coloring sheet.
Our letter e preschool worksheets also include dot pages. These are another fun, wonderful way to work on letter recognition.
Your child or small groups can use these pages as is or they can finger paint each circle.
TIPS For Using the Letter E Preschool Worksheets
- If you are looking to expand your letter e activities, feel free to introduce letter e words as well as their letter sounds. Remember to teach every sound of the letter e.
- Print the dot pages on construction paper or any thicker paper if your little learners will be finger painting.
- These fun letter e crafts are the perfect addition to your lessons.
- When tracing, have your kids slip the sheets into a protective sleeve and have them use a dry erase marker or a dry erase crayon. This allows the activity to be repeated.
- Remind your kids that the lowercase letter e is very similar to the little c.
- If you are looking for letter d printables, be sure to check out our Letter D Printables- Free Worksheets. It’s filled with different activities to help your kids work on letter recognition.
- Working on all the letters of the alphabet? Then be sure to check out all our themed worksheets such as our ice cream worksheets. It includes clip cards, coloring pages (color by number), and more.
- Add vocabulary cards made from cardstock to help your kids increase their memory bank.
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