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I have another set of activity pages for you to print out and use with your preschooler/kindergarten age child. I created some alphabet pages for my kids to practice writing their upper and lowercase letters. I have all 26 letters, plus a cover page.

You can easily and inexpensively make these activity pages reusable.

You will need:

  • plastic page protectors
  • three-ring binder
  • dry/wet erase marker.

Just print these pages (you can even do it front to back to save paper). Slide each page in a plastic page protector. Then, have your child practice writing on them with a dry (or wet) erase marker! You can just wipe them off and reuse them over and over again!

Each page features a large upper case and large lowercase letter at the top that your child can color in. Below that there are three lines for them to practice writing each letter. 

Another fun activity you can do with your child would be to print out the page and have them cut out pictures from magazines that start with the corresponding letter. They can color in the letters at the top and glue on their pictures. This would make a really great book!

Download your Alphabet Pages book

Click to see all the Preschool and Kindergarten Activity Pages.

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5 comments on “Preschool Activity Pages: Practice Writing ABC’s”

  1. I will be using these for sure! I have been working on prepping my girls for school and letters are one thing we have been hitting hard. I have loved looking at all of your learning posts and have included them in my roundup. Thanks for sharing!

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