Naming Upper and Lower Case Letters Worksheets To Print:
Going Nuts! - Identify
the matching letter pairs. Color each nut to indicate this for the squirrel.
Snow Day! - Color the
snowmen that have the same letters. We will see how you are making out with this skill on this worksheet.
Play Ball! - You will
need a red and blue crayon for this one. This works on your ability to separate members of the alphabet from numbers.
Letter Fun - Time
for a little alphabetization skills here. You will put everything in alphabetic order. There is a reference chart for you.
- Random letters and numbers are just flying around. You will circle some of the symbols and draw boxes around the others.
Bookworms - Circle the partner letters in each apple. You will see two in each apple, but only two of them are working together.
Birds - Write each set of letters in order. You will handwrite them in the spaces that are provided for you.
for Tippy! - Match the letter pairs by cutting and pasting. Give each dog a bone along the way here.
Swans - Color each swan that contains partner letters. You will just leave it blank or uncolored, if there is not a match.
Good Time - Circle the bears holding partner letters. In the second part of this worksheet you will write each letter you circled in the
middle. Then write the symbols that come before and after it in the alphabet.
on the Farm - Write the missing letters. Use the chart as a
guide. Make sure that you realize that we are looking for you to write in the lowercase form.
Letter Monster - Alphabetize each set of letters that you are
given. There are four for you to totally rearrange.
- Give those eggs some order to their day. Drop them in the right basket and make it work for you.
Snakes - Match the CAPITAL and lower case letters with scissors
and glue. Just pop it right on top of the other one that is inside the snake.
Seal Tricks! - Read each set of letters. Color the box of the
letter that comes first in ABC order. So in each row you are looking for the letter that is furthest to the left on the reference chart.