Here is the full set of our alphabet learn the letter worksheets, which help with letter recognition whilst having lots of fun! Why not laminate the whole set then you can reuse them as many times as you like?
More Alphabet Printables
Here are a few assorted alphabet printables to experiement with - including letter templates for sandpaper letters and perhaps colouring and sticking, and a fun alphabet snake jigsaw. But my favourite by far is the tumbling monkey alphabet, which might take a little cutting out but is definitely worth it!
Here is a challenging scavenger hunt for you to try. It works with all ages, young and old, and could keep you going for a whole summer holiday, I think!
Some of the letters of the alphabet are missing from this beanstalk alphabet! Can the children fill in the missing letters in the right order so they can climb to the top? This is fun activity is based on Jack and the Beanstalk, and you can laminate each sheet so it can be reused over again.
Test the children on their recognition of lower and upper case letters by asking them to match the upper case chick cards to the lower case egg cards. You can laminate the cards for extra durability if you prefer too...
Here's an Easter activity to help the children practise upper and lower case letter recognition. Print onto some card and cut out the pieces (laminate if you prefer). The children then need to match the lower case letters on the carrots with the upper case letters on the bunnies!
Here's a fun summery way to practise recognition of upper and lower case letters. Print pages on to card and cut out the pieces, laminating to make them harder-wearing if you wish. Match the lower case letters on the ice cream scoops with the upper case letters on the cones.
Sandpaper letters and numbers are traditionally used in Montessori schools to help children learn the shapes, formation and write way to form the letters by feel. Start by guiding your child's forefinger around the letters in the way that you write them.
Print out these letter matching cards onto printer card then cut out. Keep lower case and upper case in separate stacks and see if the kids can join them together correctly.
Print and cut out this delightful snake jigsaw featuring all the letters of the alphabet, for your child to re-assemble - it's a great way to learn the alphabet! Available in colour and black and white, and with lower case and upper case letters.
Here's a fun activity to help the kids practise letter recognition and to learn the difference between big and small letters. Cut out all of the circles (laminate for extra durability if you prefer).