Like so many, the 2020 Quarantine put a damper on my son’s Pre-K curriculum. So many resources and toddler enrichment activities were being circulated but their esthetic wasn’t really speaking to me. So I made my own, which is what you are here. My capital letter practice worksheets are easy to use and walk toddlers through the letterforms step by step.
There is a worksheet for each letter of the alphabet. At the top of each page, you will find step by step directions, followed by four rows of practice characters. Red dots guide your toddler on where they should start.
The worksheets are letter-sized PDF files, so they are compatible with any operating system (Mac or PC).
My son loses interest in these types of activities fast, so I typically stick to one or two worksheets a day. I also make a big deal out of what he will use to trace over the practice letters – a crayon, a pencil, a marker – and what color.
Have any thoughts or want to share your experience with these printables? I’d love to hear what you think, drop me a comment below. Also, if you felt this was helpful – sharing is caring ❤️
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