These preschool letter b printables are sure to help your kids work on their letter recognition. By the way, I hope that the preschool letter worksheets that I have been sharing with you have been helpful with your preschool’s writing skills.
These letter b worksheets are perfect for :
- improving fine motor skills
- identifying lower case letters
- a fun way to introduce a letter of the week theme
Keep reading to find out how to get this free printable worksheet. We also have letter C worksheets available.
Hands-On Preschool Letter ‘B’ Worksheets
Were you able to grab the Letter ‘A’ Preschool Worksheets? These letter b worksheets are quite similar to the letter ‘a’ ones and are perfect for teaching letter recognition as well as writing the letter of the alphabet.
These hands-on worksheets also help with letter formation in a simple way. You can also use them as a supplement to introducing letter sounds to young children.
I also forgot to mention that these letter b printables are able to be used by kindergarten students.
Books to Use with Your Letter ‘B’ Alphabet Worksheets
Looking for a few books to read to your preschooler while you teach them about the alphabet? Try a few of the suggestions below by borrowing them from your library. You can also purchase them on Amazon. Please note that affiliate links are used below for your convenience.
Chicka Chicka Boom Boom (Board Book)The Alphabet Book (Pictureback(R))A is for Apple (Smart Kids Trace-And-Flip)AlphaTales Box Set: A Set of 26 Irresistible Animal Storybooks That Build Phonemic Awareness & Teach Each letter of the AlphabetBOB Books: AlphabetThe Sleepy Little Alphabet: A Bedtime Story from Alphabet Town
Preschool Letter B Printables
If you are new to using our alphabet worksheets I have been creating for my daughter J then here is a quick rundown of what is inside.
Do a dot pages
There are 2 pages included in this fun pack to allow your child to practice lower case b and upper case b formations.
Build A Letter
These pages allow your preschooler to build both the upper case and lower case of the letter. Feel free to use play dough or building blocks. You can even use shaving cream and have your kids form the letters.
Tracing Pages (both cases)
Allow your kids to work on writing lowercase letters with the practice sheet provided. You can also have them work on sorting out letter reversals such as
Fill The Letter
You can fill the letter with stickers, cereal- whatever your preschooler’s heart desires.
Other Alphabet Activities
If you are looking for even more letter B activities and different ways to help your little kids, there are plenty of letter c activities on this site.
1) Letter B Coloring Pages
This coloring sheet can be used as-is or even painted or with dry-erase markers or crayons. There are so many wonderful ways to have your young learners work on their small letters as well as capital letters.
4) Hands-On Alphabet for Preschoolers (Found in the NSH Worksheets Collective)
This pack includes all the letters of the alphabet. Inside you will find a ton of fun alphabet resources and different activities. It is designed to help with introducing a new letter of the week or to review all the alphabet letters at once.