J is now writing a few letters on her easel and on herself, sadly. Luckily she has not written anything on her little brother C as yet. Seeing that I am gung-ho for following my children’s interests and developing them, I decided that I will create a few preschool letter worksheets for J. This week I will share with you Letter A. Although we are currently working on our lower case letters first, everything below has both upper and lower case.
Preschool Letter Worksheets A: Tracing Pages
Every week, our preschool lesson plan changes. J is currently into cars and so her tracing sheets have images of cars on them. The image reminds her where to rest her left hand for support.
Preschool Letter Worksheets A: Dot a Dot Pages
I had no idea that dot a dot would go over so well with J. She loved doing this activity so much that she decided to do a few other letters as well. I was very happy that I had printed letter ‘a’ as well as letter ‘t’. When she was done, she wanted to dot a dot her paper and then started mixing colours. Yup, she was excited.
Preschool Letter Worksheets A: Build A Letter
I have seen many versions of this activity before and they have always fascinated me so I decided that I should make a set for J. Each week’s set will be free but if for any reason you would like the full kit, then simply head over to my store to purchase it.
We explored the different pieces that made the letter ‘a’ and then she went ahead and built it. As always, J wanted to do more and so I obliged her.