Hi TPT Friends!
I know that time is precious and many of the worksheets that I found for my kindergarten cuties were either too busy or took too long. I designed these alphabet practice pages so that they could be done quickly and independently by my kiddos during literacy centers, while I worked with reading groups.
In the bundle, there's a worksheet for each letter of the alphabet. Each has a place to trace and practice writing the upper and lowercase letter. Each page also has a picture and a word that begins with the letter, and there's a place for your kids to draw and write two more.
Here's what worked for me:
For each letter of the alphabet, I had a "junk box" of small things that begin with each letter. I used small ziplock snap containers, one for each letter of the alphabet. I collected little tidbits from old games, McDonald's toys, cereal boxes, dollar store items, partygive-aways, and just about anything else that would fit in the boxes.
While my kiddos worked on each alphabet sheet, I put out the junk box for the matching letter, so that the kids had some ideas for their drawings. With the support of the junk boxes, my kindergarten kids could complete these pages without me!
They may also work well for a homework page, not too long, not too short!