Letter of the Week Review Worksheets

The kids I am teaching are working on letter identification and beginning sounds. You can see our Kindergarten homeschool plans here! I created this review activity for them to review the letters we are learning. You can see all of our posts featuring this adventure here!

I wanted something that focuses on one letter at a time, with simple activities for a young child to complete. These could be used for review, morning work, homework {if you are a classroom teacher}, or as a part of your overall literacy program to work on identifying letters and the sounds they make.

Below you can see the Letter A page. Children will complete the following activities:

  • color lowercase letters one color and uppercase another color
  • read words that begin with the letter
  • circle items that begin with the letter {you can fold the page if you don’t want them looking above, but the images above build confidence by allowing this to be self-correcting as they refer back to the list}
  • trace the letters with green {go} and red {stop} to help with how to write the letter.
  • write the upper and lowercase letter {just once – since this isn’t meant to be a repetitive overwhelming worksheet}

There are a couple of ways to get your hands on the full A to Z set!

You can buy it here in my Shop!


You can buy a PreK/Kindergarten @ Home Membership which will give you access to this and so much more!

Letter of the Week A to Z is included in Level 2 and Ultimate memberships!

Download Letters A, B, and C for FREE here!


Letter C Learning in Action

I am teaching young children again! Not my own children this time, but the children of a very good friend. See our original post about this new adventure here. Each week I plan to share our plans, which I did for week 3 {letter C} here, and I also plan to share after our week is done so you can see my students in action!

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I am excited to share all about our third week together, with a focus on the LETTER C! In addition to a letter focus each week I am using All About Reading Pre-Reading with them. Since I only have my students two days a week, we cram a lot into a short time! I also provide their parents with activities to do at home.

All About Reading Lessons

This past week we enjoyed lessons11-15 in AAR Pre-Reading. I am not doing the letter crafts from AAR in the order of the lessons, but am going to use those with our letter of the week focus. We are moving quickly through the activities that focus on other pre-reading skills and right now the emphasis is on counting the number of words in a sentence, understanding syllables, and rhyming! The kids loved all of the fun games and Ziggy the Zebra!

You can see us using the “Get Out of the Wagon” game cards to review rhyming in the top left photo. Be sure to download the free printable “Get Out of the Wagon” here if your kids are working on rhyming!

Another fun printable we use from All About Reading is a fun freebie! Each week my students get to wear their letter bracelet home! Download these for free here!


Letter C Fun

We enjoyed several different activities, most from my site! I will link everything we used below!

Everything shown in this collage is included with our Ultimate Kindergarten @ Home Membership – which is the best way to get your hands on everything we offer, see the cost savings here!

Below you can see AK and Ki doing the following activities {clockwise from top left}:

Activities we did that aren’t pictured:


I also really love the Fine Motor Alphabet Bundle and the Alphabet Curriculum Bundle from Crafty Classroom! The kids enjoyed the following activities this week:

  • Play Dough Letter C
  • Listening Skills
  • Letter Path Trace {not pictured}
  • Find the Letter Cc


Raising Lil Rock Stars Letter C

I didn’t get any action shots, but we enjoyed the verse bracelets, and tracing pages this week in addition to the items on the display board!


Letter C Toys & Puzzles

I love setting up fun letter displays and playing with the items. See more ideas here! Here’s our Letter C set-up:


Some of the items pictured below, see even more alphabet toy ideas here!


The kids enjoy playing with the toys and reading the books. Another hands-on activity I have them do is bring in objects from home that begin with the letter we are studying. You can see their collection in the top right photo below. In the top left, you can see them working on a beginning sound sort using our tiny objects. See more about this here!


Letter C Books

We read tons of books featuring the Letter C! See all of our Letter C book ideas here!


More Kindergarten/PreK Fun

There’s more than just our letter of the week focus! See more of what we did below!

For math, I am using Interactive Kindergarten Math with them.


While I work with one child, the other has “rug time” which is basically reading books or playing with toys on the rug! This works well and allows me some one on one time with each of them. After we finish they enjoy some rug time together.

They work on their monthly calendar notebooks at home and also with me on the days they are at my house. They were excited to begin October!


I LOVE the name tracing sheets from Super Star Worksheets. it is free and you can type in your child’s name! My students LOVED these and they need name writing practice, so they were perfect!


Letter C Printables, Books, & More

I am teaching young children again! Not my own children this time, but the children of a very good friend. See our original post about this new adventure here. One of the ways I plan to share with the parents of the kids I am teaching is through the use of Google Slides. I am creating slides to show what we are using so they can see and also so they can easily share with friends. In addition to sharing with them, I will be sharing with you!

Looking for previous letter posts?

Letter C Plans

You can see our plans for LETTER C here! You’ll find direct links to things we are using, and other links to help plan a Letter C unit! I decided to use Google Slides so I can update them easily in the future if needed!


Letter C Books

I am also creating book collections for each letter so I remember to pull out certain books each week! Planning like this in advance really helps me remember all of my ideas! As I get older, the ideas vanish at times!

Here is a link to our Letter C Books! I will be using books we own as well as books from the library when able.



Why are we doing a letter-of-the-week approach?

Honestly, to keep my brain in order. Going from A to Z and focusing on a letter at a time helps me stay organized. Now, we won’t ONLY be focusing on that letter. This is just a simple way to have fun with letters and sounds through printable activities, hands-on items, and books!

What grade/age is this appropriate for?

I am not big on labeling kids between the ages of 3-6 because they are all so different! Tot School, Preschool, Pre-K, and Kindergarten have what I call “blurry lines” and a child doesn’t always fit into a specific grade. The plans I am sharing are appropriate for kids who are learning letters, and basic early childhood skills {rhyming, opposites, basic K math skills, colors, shapes, patterns, etc.}. When you follow along with us, you’ll see how I am working with my students at their own pace, rather than identifying a specific grade level. It is a mix of Pre-K and Kindergarten and will progress as needed. Much of what I create is labeled “Kindergarten” but is appropriate for many younger and even older kids. Use our assessment to guide your choices. Feel free to adjust and choose activities based on where YOUR child is at rather than what GRADE they should be in! That’s the beauty of homeschool!

Will we use the same activities each week, for each letter?

No! If I find my students don’t like a particular activity, I will probably choose something else {unless it is something I feel is absolutely necessary}. There are SO many options, many I have created myself, but they don’t need to do every single letter C printable out there. That’s silly. I will choose several based on what I think they will enjoy and will meet them at their level. It may change from week to week and you’ll be able to see what we use in our Google Slides for each letter, which I plan to post about as we move along!

Is this all we are doing?

No! Our themes will be based on our Kindergarten Literature Units. We are doing Count Down to Fall now and will move on to The Garden That We Grew {pumpkin theme} next!! We will also be doing a few other things, which you can see in the Google Slides!

In addition to sharing our plans {like this post}, I am also writing posts after each week is complete. Click on the graphics below to see posts from past weeks!


Beginning Sound Mazes ~ A, B, C FREE!


Beginning Sound Mazes Printables

We have a fun new set of printables for you that I have been working on for years! Yes, years! Well, it didn’t take me that long to create them, but the idea came to me years ago, I started them and never finished until now! These all new Beginning Sound Mazes are a new way to have fun with beginning sounds! Perfect for many Kindergartners, 1st graders and even some preschoolers.

So, how do you use them?


Beginning Sound Mazes (1 of 1)


The control charts should only be needed if the child needs assistance. They are also a great tool on their own without the mazes!

Beginning Sound Mazes (3 of 5)

There are many different ways to have fun with these mazes. Your child can simply use a pencil, crayons or markers to mark each dot. Or try one of these creative ideas: Dot Paint, dot stickers, finger paint, KwikStix, Dry Erase Activity Center, or magnets with a cookie sheet!

Beginning Sound Mazes Creative Ideas

See some of our favorite tools from Amazon below {jump to blog if reading in email}

Download A, B and C for free here!

Want to buy the entire set?

You can buy it here in our Teacher’s Notebook Shop!

Beginning Sound Mazes


Looking for more fun with the alphabet?

ABC Dot Fun   ABC Find it

ABC Wall Posters   Clothespin Clip ABCs

Color By Number ABCs   Dot Fun Letter Mazes A-Z Free FB

Just Color ABCs   Letter Mazes

Tot Time Notebook ABCs   Q Tip Alphabet Painting

Finish the Picture ~ Fun Trace & Draw Printables for Kids

Finish the Picture A, B, C, D, E, F

We have a fun new printable set that my daughter has especially enjoyed! Finish the Picture Printables are a fun and simple way to encourage creativity in drawing with a bit of support by providing a traceable outline to get a child started.

Here’s an example of before and after.

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I let her chose which pictures she wanted to do and here are the one she chose! Cute, huh? I wish I would have thought of this idea when she and my boys were younger.  The fear of drawing can cripple some kids and these provide a slight hand-hold with the traceable outline to get them started.

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As you can see I scaled the pages down to print half sheets.  See how to do that here!

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Letters A, B, C, D, E and F are free to download here and other free sets will be coming. If you don’t want to wait, you can grab the full set here in my Teacher’s Notebook Shop.

Finish drawing an alligator, butterfly, cat, dog, elephant and fish!

Finish the Picture Trace and Draw an Alligator Finish the Picture Trace and Draw a ButterflyFinish the Picture Trace and Draw a (3) Finish the Picture Trace and Draw a (4)Finish the Picture Trace and Draw a (5) Finish the Picture Trace and Draw a (6)

Download A, B, C, D, E, F for free here!

Grab the entire set here in my Teacher’s Notebook Shop

Finish the Picture A-Z

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