Do your preschool and early-elementary aged children know what the letter T looks like? If not, then this Find the Letter T is for Turtles worksheet is perfect for them! They’ll have a blast finding all of the Ts hiding in this cute, turtle-themed, find the letter worksheet.
This is a great activity for kids who are just starting to learn their alphabet. Not only will they be able to identify the letter T, but they’ll also have fun doing it!
So print out these worksheets today and get started reinforcing the alphabet to your child(ren). Who knows, they might even have so much fun that they’ll want to find all of the letters in the alphabet!
I hope you find these homeschooling freebies useful for you in your homeschool or preschool classroom. Aren’t these turtles just too adorable? Remember, simply scroll past all the other letter t resources to download the file with 3 printable worksheets of letter finds.
My middle son absolutely loves turtles and so I knew he would get a kick out of this Find the Letter T is for Turtles worksheet. He had so much fun finding all of the Ts and was really proud of himself when he finished! If your preschooler is just learning their alphabet, then this printable Find the Letter T is for Turtles worksheet is perfect for them!
Ways to use this letter find worksheet:
Some kids may think the letter T is pretty boring. It doesn’t make any cool sounds, and it doesn’t have a neat shape. But that doesn’t mean that the letter T isn’t important! In fact, the letter T is a very important part of the English language.
So, you might want to consider expanding on your child’s letter t learning by doing some of the following activities:
Find Words that Start with Letter T
Play a game with your child that has them working to find items around the house that start with the letter T after they’ve found all of the Ts in this worksheet!
So what are some words that start with the letter T? Here are a few to get y’all started:
Use the Worksheet to practice shapes & colors:
You can have the kids learn shapes by putting a circle around the capital ‘T’ and a square around the Lower Case ‘t’.
They could use different colors: for example, green around the “big T” and blue around the “little t”.
You could also grab a set of Do A Dot Art Markers (affiliate link) so they can just dab over the right letters!
Whatever else you can think of! The possibilities are endless!
Learning the alphabet is an important milestone for preschoolers and early-elementary aged children. But that doesn’t mean that it has to be boring!
With worksheets like this one, your child will be having so much fun that they won’t even realize they’re learning! Who knows, they might even have so much fun that they’ll want to find all of the letters in the alphabet!
More FREE Letter-Learning Resources:
- Alphabet Books for Kids here at 3 Boys and a Dog!
- Find Letter of the Week Crafts at Crystal and Company
- Train Alphabet Mats from ABCs of Literacy
- Forest Animal Alphabet Mazes from Simple Everyday Mom
- Alphabet Bingo Dauber Worksheets from Homeschool Preschool
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