Free Letter A Worksheets for Preschool

free letter a worksheets shows a persons hand putting shapes to make the lowercase letter a



If you are  teaching the alphabet, you’ll want to check out these free letter a worksheets for preschool and kindergarten. They are a great way to help your little ones learn their letters while having fun. And they’re also perfect for use at home if you’re homeschooling your preschooler. So print them out and get started today! Click here to snag these free letter a worksheets for preschool and kindergarteners today!


Free Letter A Worksheets for Preschool and Kindergarten


Try out these free letter a worksheets for preschool and kindergarten students today by clicking here. There are 12 activities for the letter a and the best part is they are easy prep! All we do is print and place in a sheet protector. These activities for letter a make for an easy prep literacy center since students can wipe it off, switch, and reuse. 

Our favorite part about these activities for letter a is the hands-on portion that seriously is no prep! Students will create each letter with pom-poms, shapes, snap cubes, dot markers, play-dough, buttons, and letter coloring printables. Also, students will build each capital and lowercase letter too. If you haven’t already downloaded it snag it now for free here!

Tracing Letter Printables

In addition to these hands-on letter a activities several of the pages include tracing letters for capital and lowercase. These tracing letter printables have a hands-on section, and the bottom of several pages consists of an area to trace both capital and lowercase letters.

We hope you enjoy these free activities for the letter a! If you are looking for more fun activities that help with phonics skills, be sure to check out our letter M activities to see everything we do for beginning phonics. And do not forget to download the free letter a worksheets today!


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