Kindergarten Worksheets > Alphabet Parade > Letter F
These worksheets are designed to introduce your child to all aspects of the letter F. Beginning with the first worksheet in the collection, the worksheets progress from beginning (identifying the letter F) to intermediate (identifying words that begin with the letter F sound) to complex (learning to write the uppercase and lowercase versions of the letter F).
F - Coloring
F - Scramble
F - Letter in Word
F - Sound in Picture
F - Tracing
f - Tracing
Activity suggestions to supplement the Letter F alphabet worksheets
- Ask your child to hop, step, jump, or clap five times in a row, counting each time he moves. Ask him to count “one, two, three” in his head and then loudly announce “four, five” to highlight the sound made by the letter F.
- Create a “Fishing Game” by writing various words boldly on index cards. Attach a magnet to a short pole with a string and put paper clips on the cards. Drop the cards on the floor and ask your child to “fish” for cards with words that begin with the letters F or f.
- Serve a “finger food” meal to celebrate the letter F. An added bonus would be if the foods began with the sound of the letter F, such as french fries or fish sticks!
- Play the game “Change the Word” when you have a few quiet minutes with your child. Say a word and then ask your child to change it by substituting the first consonant sound with the sound made by the letter F. For example, if you say the word “dish” your child should say “fish.”
Tips for using the Letter F tracing letters worksheets
- The uppercase letter F needs 3 strokes. Remind your child to always put the pencil tip down directly on the line he already drew before adding a new horizontal line to the letter, ensuring there are no gaps between the lines.
- Show your child how the lowercase letter f looks like a candy cane. Direct your child to begin with his pencil slightly below the top black line to ensure he gets a nice hook at the top before continuing down to the bottom line.