Kindergarten Worksheets > Alphabet Parade > Letter T
These worksheets are designed to introduce your child to the letter T. 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 T sound) to complex (learning to write the letter T).
T - Coloring
T - Scramble
T - Letter in Word
T - Sound in Picture
T - Tracing
t - Tracing
Activity suggestions to supplement the Letter T alphabet worksheets
- Make a “T Train” by saying a word that begins with the sound of the letter T and writing that word on a small card. Ask your child to repeat your word and add a new word that also begins with the T sound, writing a new card for each word. Alternate turns and see how long the “T Train” can get!
- Play a game called “Stand Tall on Tip-Toes” to practice identifying the sound made by the letter T. Say random words aloud and ask your child to stand on his tip-toes and repeat the word if it starts with the T sound.
- Cut out different sized rectangles for your child (or have him cut them out himself) and paste them together to create uppercase and lowercase versions of the letter T.
- Boldly write the names of family members, classmates, friends or neighbors on paper. Ask your child to find any names that begin with T. (T is a common starting letter for names, so I’m guessing there will be several.)
Tips for using the Letter T tracing letters worksheets
- Writing the uppercase letter T requires two different lines. After your child draws the initial long line downward, remind him to pay attention to the length of the horizontal line on top to ensure that it extends equally on both sides of the vertical line.
- The lowercase letter t is not as tall as the uppercase T but not as short as most lowercase letters. When teaching your child to write this letter, show him how to begin writing this letter by starting in a blank space rather than on a line.