In this post, you’ll find resources to help you teach the letter A to preschoolers and kindergarteners.
After spending time improving fine motor skills practicing straight lines and curving lines, your little learner is likely ready to practice singing, drawing, tracing, and crafting with the letter A.
Get started with the resources below.
FREE Letter A Preschool Worksheets and Kindergarten Printables
Letter A Coloring Page
Try this simple one-page coloring sheet to introduce uppercase (big) and lowercase (small) letter A to your early learner.
Drawing Things That Start With A
Use this worksheet to draw something that begins with the letter ‘A’. Use the photos on the page for inspiration or help your little learner think of something different to draw. If you need help, check out this post with a list of words that start with every letter of the alphabet for kids.
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Letter A Tracing Printables
This printable set contains twelve pages of tracing. Six pages are of the dotted tracing format and the other six pages is of the fill-in format.
With my toddler, I found that beginning with the fill-in was great for ensuring she could re-create the letters on her own. Then, the dotted tracing helped with improving the quality of her writing.
Use what works best for your student.
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Fun A Letter Crafts
1. Sponge Painted Apple
Does anything excite your kid more than paint? Enjoy this A craft shared by Kim of The Resourceful Mama; it’s a twist on painting with a brush and use a sponge to create a cute apple. Hint: This is a time to use green and yellow too because not all apples are red. ;-).
2. A Popsicle Stick Craft
Keep going with the fine motor skills practice with coloring, cutting, and glueing with this sweet popsicle craft by Stacey of Glued To My Crafts.
A Song from YouTube
If you aren’t opposed to screentime, this short and concise video can be a great addition to your lesson.
Hopefully, this post is exactly what you need to introduce the first letter of the alphabet to your toddler.