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Free Uppercase and Lowercase Letter Recognition Worksheets!

Print your Free Uppercase and Lowercase Letter Recognition Worksheets! This pack comes with two different formats of letter recognition worksheets. Print worksheets to circle each matching letter, or worksheets to draw a line to connect the same letters. These alphabet activities are great to do one-on-one with your little ones.

Free Uppercase and Lowercase Letter Recognition Worksheets!
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Uppercase & Lowercase Letter Matching Worksheets

Use a marker or crayon to circle each letter that matches its uppercase partner. These worksheets are great to do in a small group, or one-on-one with your little ones. Having Alphabet Posters or an Alphabet Chart handy is great to keep as a reference when completing the alphabet sheets. Be sure to practice pronouncing the beginning sound of each letter out loud.

Free Uppercase and Lowercase Letter Recognition Worksheets! A-E
Free Uppercase and Lowercase Letter Recognition Worksheets! F-J
Free Uppercase and Lowercase Letter Recognition Worksheets! K-O
Free Uppercase and Lowercase Letter Recognition Worksheets! P-T
Free Uppercase and Lowercase Letter Recognition Worksheets! U-Y
Free Uppercase and Lowercase Letter Recognition Worksheets! Z!

Free Letter Recognition Worksheets

This second format is another great way to get thinking about uppercase and lowercase letters. Use a marker or crayon to draw a line that connects each uppercase letter to its same lowercase partner. Be sure to print Dot Dot Letter Recognition Sheets to keep the alphabet learning going! Print Letter Matching Sheets to practice cutting and pasting skills.

Match the letters A-E
Match the Letters F-J
Match the Letters K-O
Match the Letters P-T
Match the Letters U-Y
Match the Letters Z

Awesome Alphabet Books for Preschool!

When it comes to the alphabet, check out some great books that can go along with your activities! Read Every Little Letter, Alpha Oops!, and Dr. Seuss’s ABC. Reading with your little ones is a great way to build a social bond, discover potential interests, and boost vocabulary skills!

"Every Little Letter"
"Alpha Oops!"
"Dr. Suess's ABC's"

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