The alphabet is one of the most basic skills that a preschooler will learn. Teaching them letter by letter with various worksheets, crafts, and sensory activities is a great way to learn each letter while simultaneously working on other skills.
If you’re working your way through the alphabet and have come to the letter T, you’re in the right place! The letter T printables that you’ll find below give you the opportunity to teach the letter T while performing various activities.
What’s great about these letter T printables for preschoolers is that they are a no-prep activity for your classroom or homeschool room. Simply print and give them to your child to complete.
You may need to be close by to explain the directions first, but they are simple enough that your student should understand right away.
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The above worksheets have them identifying the letter T or t out a bunch of others so they discriminate between letters of the alphabet. They will then color each circle or letter a specific color as they find them.
Try to choose a letter of the week where you concentrate on teaching that letter inside and out. From songs and dances, to crafts and activities, to worksheets and printables, there are a ton of ideas that you can find for the letter t.
Incorporating the letter into many of your everyday activities, as well as lesson plans, you can ensure that your students will have consistency with learning.
Tracing letters helps students form the letter with the help of a visual model.
For each letter of the alphabet, there are a bunch of things for your students to learn. This includes:
- how to form the letter when writing
- the sound that it makes
- where it comes in the alphabet
- what words start with that letter
- difference between the uppercase and lowercase letter
- how to differentiate it from other letters
- …and more!
With these Letter T printables (download below), your preschool child will learn all of those skills above.
Learning how to trace letters should start with more help and gradually fade it away. In the above worksheets, they have more guidance in the first few lines and as they progress, they will have to do more on their own.
I have included a worksheet that incorporates cut and paste so your student can use their hands a bit more. The clip cards are fun to use by cutting out the square and using a clothespin t clip on to the beginning letter sound. You can also use a dot marker or dot sticker to check off the first sound.
These printable worksheets are perfect for preschool-aged children (ages 3-4).
Identifying the sounds or discriminating letters from others is a fun way to learn the alphabet.
This worksheets help students identify the letter amongst other letters in a word. This is called visual discrimination.
Have your children practice fine motor skills by coloring pictures of objects that start with the letter t, like train and turtle.
They will begin to understand how to identify objects, items, and words that begin with letter t. With these worksheets, they can look at the picture, say the word slowly and listen to hear if the words has the t sound at the beginning. This is a great way to develop phonemic awareness for preschoolers.
There are blank worksheets that will allow your students to fill in large letter t’s with different sensory items. They can simply color the block letters or use items such as dot markers, stamps, play doh, manipulative, beads, etc. to make the letter within the border.
Kids love these printable activity sheets as a fun way to learn their alphabet. I hope you enjoy these letter t printables and stop back as I add more alphabet and letter activities!