Color by Letter Fun Worksheets are fantastic ways to learn and practice letters.
If you’re looking for a fun and engaging way to help your young kids learn the alphabet, you’ve got to check out and get these printable educational activities.
Find out how my younger boys are using these fun Color by Letter set and get your free printable pack!
Why Printable Activities like Color By Letter Fun Help Our Homeschool
I’ve found that it’s super helpful to provide young children with different ways to learn and practice identifying letters. And while I love to give my boys hands-on activities for learning and practicing new skills and concepts, sometimes printables or workbooks are great ways to reinforce.
With homeschooling five boys, I’m always looking for new and creative ways to help our homeschool day flow better. And since I haven’t figured out a way to clone myself and be available at all times for each boy, I organize materials and resources to keep the learning fun going, even when I need to help an older sibling.
Printable activities are no-prep ways that help me maintain my sanity when my attention needs to be elsewhere. My boys stay focused on learning and not drifting off into other areas of our home.
And I love how these letter coloring pages help my boys develop fine motor skills while practicing the letters of the alphabet!
My two younger boys are at different ages and stages. Bear (7) is technically at the second-grade level. He can benefit from a review of his uppercase letters and lowercase letters, as well as following directions. Plus, Bear enjoys coloring and challenging himself by writing down spelling words to match the letters.
Xman (5) is working at a preschool/Kindergarten level in our homeschool. He uses these Color by Letter printables to practice color recognition, letter recognition, identification, and letter sounds, as well as practice speech activities with letter themes.
These free printable Color by Letter Fun activities are great for both ages for extra practice. I print out two copies and have the boys work side by side while their older brothers tackle upper-level homeschool lessons.
It’s been a great way to keep the younger boys busy with a fun activity while I work with my older kids!
Free Color by Letter Fun Worksheets
There is a space at the top of the page for your child to practice writing their name. You could lightly trace their name in pencil and have them trace. Or use dotted lines to make the letters in their name for them to connect the dots.
These printables also encourage your young learners (like toddlers, preschool kids and Kindergarten kids)to identify and use different colors. If they would prefer to use different colors than the ones suggested, that’s fine. It’s all about having learning fun!
You can print out as many copies as you need. If you have a friend or co-worker who you think would enjoy this free printable activity in the classroom, as part of lesson plans, please share the link to this post with them
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How will you use these Color by Letter Fun Printable Worksheets for alphabet activities with your kids?
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