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Letter Recognition

Reading starts with learning the individual letters and the sounds they make; practice alphabetical order, uppercase vs. lowercase letters, and letter sounds with these printable activities and worksheets. Find more help and ideas on our Building Reading Skills resource page.

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Enjoy coloring in the letters on this Happy Thanksgiving eye chart. Provided by VSP Vision Care.
Number of Downloads: 5742  | Created on: 10/20/2010 hot icon
Draw a line from each word in the left column to the picture that matches it in the right column. Includes Winter Olympics-themed words.
Number of Downloads: 3346  | Created on: 12/18/2009 hot icon
Look at the pictures and fill in the first letter of each Blue's Clues character's name. Provided by Simon and Schuster Resources where you can find Blue's Clues books.
Number of Downloads: 4681  | Created on: 10/28/2009 hot icon
Practice recognizing your letters with this dinosaur-themed worksheet. Created by Simon and Schuster. Find Learn With Dinos! books.
Number of Downloads: 5332  | Created on: 11/19/2008 hot icon
On this worksheet, children are asked to circle the letter that begins each word. Created by the U.S. Department of Education.
Number of Downloads: 6581  | Created on: 10/28/2008 hot icon

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