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Letter Matching Worksheets

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These Letter Matching Worksheets are perfect for helping your early learner learn letters. The more they practice, the better they’ll get at identifying and understanding. Printable letter worksheets are one of the best ways to use hands-on learning for kids.

Learning letters is an educational concept that is important for helping kids learn how to read and write, so take the time to ensure they understand. These printables are perfect!

Once these alphabet pages are printed, the learning fun can begin! The good news is that printables make it super fast and easy for the kids to start working immediately.

All they need is to grab the pages, grab a pen or a pencil, and get started. I always liked sitting by my boys when they were working on learning printables, just in case they had any questions.

It was also a good time to engage and be together, too. Plus, they loved showing off their hard work when they were working!

What is the learning benefit of this printable?

The learning benefits are unlimited when it comes to this letter-matching printable. Not only will the kids get visual learning benefits, but they’ll also be able to work on hand-eye coordination and fine motor skills.

Since they will be looking at uppercase and lowercase letters, it’s a great resource to help them process the difference between them.

What it includes:

This printable letter packet includes multiple pages of alphabet matching. Each page is lined with letters of the alphabet to match with their uppercase letter or lowercase letter.

The kids have to draw a line, and match the two.

Fun ways to use this printable:

While I’m a big fan of printing and using, don’t let that stop you from thinking of other fun ways to use this printable. My boys always loved when I would take a lesson and extend it in some way, shape or form!

In case you need some inspiration, here are some simple ideas below.

Draw pictures

Since the pages are lined with alphabet letters, have the kids draw matching pictures. They won’t be able to draw a picture for every letter on the page, but they can pick a letter and create a picture.

They can use the front and back of the page or draw it anywhere that has a blank space.

Then, they can share it with someone to color or color it themselves.

Make a matching page

Kids love puzzles, and they also love being creative. This means that once they get the hang of how these printables work, let them create their own.

Kids also love being teachers. So this means that if they create their own matching printable, you might find yourself being the student and completing it!

Write out sight words

Even if they are too young to do this independently, be a part of the process and help. Take a few letters on the page, and write out some simple words that start with those letters.

This is a great visual learning tool so the kids can see how letters can be combined to create words, which is how the reading process starts!

You can even write the sight words in dotted line format and have the kids trace over the dotted lines. This is a great way to have them work on holding their writing instrument correctly and learning to write out specific words.

As we all know, much early learning happens from repeating actions!

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Friday 27th of January 2023

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Thursday 26th of January 2023

Thank you for sharing!