Kindergarten Worksheets > Alphabet Parade > Letter B
These worksheets are designed to introduce your child to the letter B. Beginning with the first worksheet in the collection, the worksheets progress from beginning (identifying the letter) to intermediate (identifying words that begin with the letter B sound) to complex (learning to write the letter B).
B - Coloring
B - Scramble
B - Letter in Word
B - Sound in Picture
B - Tracing
b - Tracing
Activity suggestions to supplement the Letter B alphabet worksheets
- Blow bubbles to celebrate the letter B. Then write a large “B” on a piece of construction paper. Give your child some circle stickers and ask him to place the “bubbles” over the large “B” that you have written.
- Create a “B” day breakfast! Serve bananas, blueberries, bran cereal, bran muffins, biscuits or bacon. As your child eats, ask him to say aloud the name of each food.
- Use bathtub crayons to write the letters B and b on the tub wall. Ask your child to write additional B and b letters, or to trace over your letters. Remind him that bathtub, bubbles and bath all begin with the B sound.
- Create silly sentences with your child that emphasizes the B sound. For example, “Betty, Bob and Billy bought a bear named Bobo and took it to Boston. They got Bobo out of his bed and went on the bus.”
Tips for using the Letter B tracing letters worksheets
- The key to writing a neat letter B is to lift the pencil once. After drawing the straight line down, direct your child to lift the pencil, go back to the top and draw two half circles without picking his pencil up in the middle.
- The lowercase letter b is made in one smooth movement. Direct your child to draw a straight line down and pause. Then, without lifting the pencil, change direction and make the small curve upward to complete the b.