Today I have a universal template with beginning letter writing. You can use it for practicing name writing, and finding beginning letter sounds or just for handwriting practice. There is no magic in these pages. On each page, there is just one letter and four empty rows. That is all 🙂
How do I get an idea for these worksheets?
Learning how to write your name is very important in kids’ development. It is essential to be able to recognize your name, read it and be able to write it. There is also something very special in all kinds of worksheets about writing names. My kids loved all of them. I remember my kids being much more interested in them than other writing worksheets. This is why I created already a couple of name tracing worksheets some for my Etsy shop, and one especially for my blog. If you need name tracing worksheets for your child, you can download free name tracing worksheets (if there is no name you are looking for on the list, you can ask me to create them or order them in my store).
Free Beginning Letter Words Worksheets
I created today’s worksheets for name-writing practice. I found it interesting to create a simple worksheet where you color a letter with is beginning letter of your name and then rewrite your name in an empty line. It took me a moment to realize that these beginning letter worksheets can be used for much more.
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I have just a few ideas for you on how to use these beginning letter worksheets:
- R is for Rozalka. You write a name in the first row and let your child color the letter R and rewrite name three times.
- C is for Car, same as with name, your child just rewrites words (and might draw a car?).
- For kids who can find objects beginning with a letter, you can give a page and let them find four objects beginning with a letter and then write them in the empty lines.
As you can see there are a couple of possibilities for you to use these free beginning letter worksheets.
If you have ideas about how it can be used, write them in the comment so others can use your idea 🙂
What you will find in these free beginning letter worksheets?
This file is 26 pages long, portrait-oriented, and in US Letter format. The bottom line in each row is black, so your child shouldn’t have a problem with finding the right place to start writing. I believe these worksheets can be used for 1st-grade kids and kindergarteners also.