This is a set of four free printable letter i worksheets.
I cerated them for children who are starting school and learning the alphabet or for preschoolers who’re ready to discover individual sounds and letters.
(But preschoolers might need to work on their other prereading skills first…)
And because we love all things dinosaur around here, these printables all include dinosaurs to engage your little one even more.
Scroll down if you just want to get the download – because we’re going to talk about what you can do with them first.
What can I do with these letter I printables?
When your child’s learning the alphabet at the beginning of phonics, they need to learn to recognise each letter and also to write it correctly.
Playing games and doing activities with your child where they have to look at letters and remember them (or write or model them) are great ways to build these skills.
You’ll probably do a lot of this through play and these worksheets for the letter I will help.
There’s an upper and lower case letter I colouring worksheet, a ‘trace and match I worksheet’ where they match the letter I to objects beginning with that sound and a ‘find the letter I’ activity where they have to pick out one letter among many.
And for my little dino lovers, there’s also a ‘I is for…’ sheet with some dinosaurs that begin with I.
In addition, the worksheets all include opportunities to color, which is good fine motor control practice that many children enjoy.
What do we do with the letter i dinosaur sheet?
If this is the beginning of learning phonics, your kiddo probably won’t be able to read those looooooong dinosaur names yet.
So why include them?
Well, kids need to learn to associate new sounds with words that begin with that letter (or group of letters) – and if they’re already into dinosaurs, that’s a great way to engage them.
See if they can name a few more dinosaurs for each sound – some of them are hard!
(And as your little one builds their phonics knowledge, you might find they start trying to read and write the names of their favourite dinosaurs.)
Need more for learning sounds and the alphabet?
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