Free printable letter T worksheets

This is a set of three free printable letter T worksheets.

I created them for children who are starting school and learning the alphabet – but you could use them with preschoolers if they’re ready to discover individual sounds and letters.

You can find the download link at the bottom of the page – but first, let’s talk about how you could use them.

What can I do with these letter T printables?

When your child’s learning the alphabet at the beginning of phonics, they need to learn to recognise each letter and also to form it correctly.

Doing activities with your child where they look at letters and try to remember them – or write or model them – are great ways to help them learn.

You’ll probably do a lot of this through play and these worksheets for the letter T will help.

There’s a letter T tracing worksheet, a ‘trace and match T worksheet’ where they match the letter T to objects beginning with that sound and a ‘find the letter T’ activity where they have to pick out one letter among many.

Plus your child can colour them in if they like – it’s good fine motor control practice that many kids enjoy.

letter t printables

Want some fun ideas for learning letters without a worksheet in sight? Check out this post here >>

Need more for learning sounds and the alphabet?

I have lots more worksheets like these for the letters of the alphabet and numbers too – and guides and activity ideas to help you.

Follow the links below for more resources.

letter t worksheets

Try these posts and freebies (the freebies are all in the resource library):

Stress Free Reader guide to on-the-go phonics practice >>

Letter flashcards to print free >>

Free printable upper case alphabet sheets >>

How to teach your child the alphabet in 5 easy steps >>

Free printable first 100 words flashcards >>

Ready to download your worksheets for letter T?

All these printables are available for you to download right now from my resource library click here to go to the resource library now – or there’s a link in the footer of most pages on the site, so you can keep browsing if you like 🙂

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