Practice identifying all 26 letters of the alphabet with these i spy letter worksheets. This set of free I spy printables includes both capital letters and lowercase letters!
Printable games are a fun way to practice important skills. Young children can practice fine motor skills and letter identification. And so much more!
I personally designed these free printables for you to use as preschool, kindergarten, and 1st grade alphabet activities.
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To print, simply click the image to bring up a PDF version of the worksheets. Each PDF has a blank version along with a key that tells you how many of each letter is hiding in the picture.
- Give your child a different color crayon for each letter. Then as the find each letter, they can color it in using the assigned color!
- Use the answer key as a guided version for young kids. This lets them know how many of each letter is hidden in the picture puzzle.
Want to make this set reusable? Simply place each sheet within a clear plastic pocket! Then let your kids use dry erase markers or small objects to mark off each letter!
Skills to Practice
- Fine Motor Skills
- Letter Identification
- Visual Discrimination
- Hand-Eye Coordination
As your child looks for each letter they are practicing important pre-reading skills. From letter identification to visual discrimination.
Children can use their finger to point to each letter as they find it, circle it, or even color it in! Young learners can even mark each letter using different colored dot markers.
Get ready to identify lowercase letters of the alphabet with this first set of printables. Each printable has 5 to 6 hidden letters. If you want to hunt for all 26 letters of the alphabet, make sure to print off one of each sheet!
Young children can identify capital letters with these I spy worksheets. Similar to the lowercase set, each printable has five to six different letters for your child to find.
Great as independent activities at a literacy center or as a small group activity. Children can use markers to color in or circle the letters. Another fun option is to use dot markers to mark off each one!
Additional Alphabet Activities
Fun and engaging activities to let your child explore all the letters of the alphabet. I created each printable with my readers in mind. You can find nature-inspired clip-art including plants and animals on each printable.
- Free Alphabet Bingo Game- practice identifying each letter of the alphabet and beginning letter sounds with this engaging printable game!
- Alphabet Tracing Worksheets- Practice writing all 26 letters of the alphabet with these free letter worksheets.
- Letter Formation Cards - A Free printable set of letter flashcards that teach proper letter formation! Great to use as hands-on manipulatives!
These printables were created by Nature Inspired Learning and are for personal use only for your home, classroom, or public library. All of these free alphabet i spy worksheets are for non-commercial use. See full disclosure.