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Ultimate List of “Letter of the Week” Free Printables

by Tina von Hatten

This year is the first time in my homeschool career that I have three children below the age of 6. I don’t start formal education with my children until they reach grade 1. 

Our children are free to play as much as they like when they are so young. That is their work. However, if they want to join us to do “school,” I like to have lots of letter of the week worksheets ready. 

My ultimate goal is to have a successful year and sometimes you have to do whatever works.

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‘Letter of the Week’ worksheets for little ones

Last year, my four-year-old daughter wanted to do “school” with us. Children at this age don’t have much of an attention span and learn best through play. 

At this age, children are working on dexterity and their gross and fine motor skills. Coloring activities, cutting with scissors, and gluing are great for training fine motor skills. 

For this reason, I filled a binder with printed activities for my four-year-old. She could do school whenever she pleased. 

She worked through the entire binder over the course of the school year and begged me to make her another one for this year. 

For this reason, I have put together a basket of Alphabet Books, a binder full of alphabet-themed worksheets, and fun manipulatives for the girls to play with and use when they want to “do school.”

A is for Apple (Smart Kids Trace-and-Flip)
  • Tiger Tales (Author)
  • English (Publication Language)
  • 26 Pages - 09/06/2011 (Publication Date) - Tiger Tales (Publisher)
Chicka Chicka Boom Boom (Board Book)
  • Bill Martin Jr. (Author)
  • English (Publication Language)
  • 36 Pages - 05/22/2024 (Publication Date) - Little Simon (Publisher)
Eating the Alphabet
  • Ehlert, Lois (Author)
  • English (Publication Language)
  • 28 Pages - 04/01/1996 (Publication Date) - Clarion Books (Publisher)

If you have younger children, you will most likely know that keeping them busy while you work with your older children can be a challenge. 

Over the years, I have learned to try to be as prepared as possible. 

Sometimes they beg to sit at the table with worksheets and if I don’t have anything ready, I scramble to find something, we lose momentum (or a student or two) and end up frustrated. 

Even though I don’t do formal learning with my children, I find that they love to play with learning concepts. 

Letters and numbers are intriguing and fun for some kids. My daughters love letters, so I ventured to find as many FREE activities involving letters as possible.

Colouring Pages

Cute Alphabet Coloring Pages

Alphabet Coloring Pages

Beginning Sound Coloring Pages

Alphabet Worksheets

Alphabet Preschool Printable Worksheets

Preschool Alphabet Worksheets

Printable Alphabet Worksheets

Alphabet Letter Identification Printables

Connect the Dots Animals ABC Printables

Letter Tracing

Lowercase Letters Trace & Erase

Uppercase Tracing Letters with Animals A-Z

Alphabet Activity Cards

Letter Learning Activity Printables

Letter of the Day Craft

Printable Letters in Lowercase

Printable Letters in Uppercase

Alphabet Flip Books

Printable Alphabet Bracelets

Printable Lowercase Pattern Block Mats

Printable Uppercase Pattern Block Mats

Printable Lowercase Letter Crafts

Printable Uppercase Alphabet Snap Cube Mats

Printable Lowercase Snap Cube Mats

Some of the activities require some craft supplies or manipulatives. We’ve had snap cubes since the beginning of our homeschool journey. 

Unfortunately, they sat unused until the other day. Now they are getting used again. 

Bible Verse Printables

If you are a Christian family, you will love these Letter of the Week posters, cards, and activities. We’ve used and loved the Songs for Saplings Memory Verses and they are the kids’ favorite.

Bible Verses from A to Z

Songs for Saplings ABC Bible Verse Printable Pack

ABC Scripture Memory Cards

Practice Your Cursive ABC with Bible Verses

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It is my hope that these FREE Letter of the Week printables will be as much of a blessing to your family as they are to ours. 

If you have any FREE printable Letter of the Week activities that you love, please share. 

Last update on 2024-05-21 / Affiliate links / Images from Amazon Product Advertising API

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