Kindergarten Worksheets > Alphabet Parade > Letter L
These worksheets are designed to introduce your child to the letter L. Beginning with the first worksheet in the collection, the worksheets progress from the more basic (learning to identify the letter L) to intermediate (learning to identify words that begin with the letter L sound) to complex (learning to write the uppercase and lowercase versions of the letter L).
For more information, please read my blog post on tips for introducing your child to the letter L.
L - Coloring
L - Scramble
L - Letter in Word
L - Sound in Picture
L - Tracing
l - Tracing
Activity suggestions to supplement the Letter L alphabet worksheets
- Read the story “Leo the Late Bloomer” by Robert Kraus, emphasizing the L sound in the title and in the story. Ask your child to point to each word he sees that begins with the letters L or l throughout the story.
- Write the letters L or l on a few sheets of paper, then write other letters on additional sheets. Scatter the sheets on the floor and ask your child to “leap from L to L” and avoid stepping on any other letter.
- Make an “L Words List” with your child by brainstorming together words that begin with the letter L. Count how many words you can generate. Challenge your child to make the list very long.
- After making the list of L words with your child, ask him to use a crayon to circle the letters L or l each time he sees them. Some words, such as Lilly or lilac may have more than one L in the word.
Tips for using the Letter L tracing letters worksheets
- The letter L should be drawn in one stroke. After your child draws a straight line down, direct him to leave his pencil on the paper and change direction to draw the bottom line of the letter.
- The lowercase letter l is the easiest letter of all to write. The only trick is for your child to monitor the length of the line as he draws it, so that it remains proportional in size to the other letters being written.