Kindergarten Worksheets > Alphabet Parade > Letter G
These worksheets are designed to introduce your child to the letter G. 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 G sound) to complex (learning to write the letter G).
G - Coloring
G - Scramble
G - Letter in Word
G - Sound in Picture
G - Tracing
g - Tracing
Activity suggestions to supplement the Letter G alphabet worksheets
- At night, ask your child if his day was “good,” “great” or “not good.” Then discuss what about the day made it “good,” “great,” or “not good,” making the correct G sound each time you say “good” or “great.”
- Play a guessing game with your child. For instance, you could tell your child, “I’m thinking of something that begins with the G sound and you wear it on your hands when it is cold outside.” and see if he correctly guesses the answer “glove.”
- Read the story The Three Billy Goats Gruff and ask your child to point to the words that begin with the letter G or g. There are many versions of this story, so read a few to keep the activity interesting.
- Say aloud a silly sentence such as “Go get gumdrops from grandma.” Ask your child to raise his hand each time he hears you say a word that begins with the sound made by the letter G.
Tips for using the Letter G tracing letters worksheets
- The uppercase letter G begins like a C, with a long, smooth curve. After making a complete curve, direct your child to stop and, without lifting his pencil, change direction to draw a short, horizontal line to the left.
- When writing the lowercase letter g, show your child how this letter begins like a lowercase a, but has a “monkey’s tail” hanging down past the lower line. Remind your child not to lift the pencil before adding the tail to the letter.