I love creating preschool worksheets for my daughter. I give her a couple worksheets each morning and she enjoys coloring them in and completing the activities.
It’s a fun way to start our day, while working on letter recognition and sounds. Preschool worksheets are also a great tool to work fine motor skills and practice handwriting skills.
I put together an alphabet workbook with 26 pages of coloring fun for each letter. I’ve found that these work great for pre-k and kindergarten students as well.
You can snag a copy for free by clicking below.
Benefits of Using Alphabet Preschool Worksheets
Using alphabet preschool worksheets are obviously the perfect tool to help with letter recognition!
Using alphabet printables and worksheets also helps kids begin to learn their letter sounds. I like to make a song out of it each morning with the corresponding letter.
Coloring and handwriting practice is a great way to build fine motor skills, which is incredibly important for preschoolers.
Tracing letters is the perfect way to practice handwriting at this age.
Part of Daily Routine
Right now many of us are in the midst of social and physical distancing, so creating a routine is important for all of us.
Using preschool worksheets at a specific time in the day provides a break in the day.
Mini Break for Parents
And of course, this means that it may provide us moms and dads with a bit of a mini break in our day. Maybe to use the bathroom without an audience?
Stay well my friends!
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