Are you looking for some fun uppercase and lowercase letters worksheets for your kindergarten students or young learners?
Helping your child recognize the differences and similarities between the lower case letters and capital letters is a necessary skill.
For some children, it will come very quickly and naturally.
For others, it may be a challenge that requires more attention. Especially if they are new to English language arts as a whole.
The below blog post contains just the thing to help little learners learn, practice, review, and master this foundational skill!
There are several packet activities and even a customizable game!
You will find teaching notes for each of the sheets and simple instructions to download and print the sheet today.
Check Out Your Free Printable Upper Case and Lowercase Matching Letters worksheets!
For this first set of sheets, ask your child to practice drawing a line from each upper case letter to its matching lowercase letter.
If this is a newer concept to them, you might tell them that the colors for the letter pairs are the same.
This little clue will help give them confidence as they draw their lines and think through the options.
As an extra visual aid for young children, you might also provide an ABC chart to help them find the right answer.
This uppercase letters and lowercase letter matching sheet puts the letters in small groups – about 6-8 letters at a time.
This can be especially helpful if your child feels overwhelmed with finding the correct match out of all the letters of the alphabet.
Tell the child to draw a line from each of the alphabet letters to the correct letter.
As an extra activity, you can also have the child say the letter names and letter sounds as they work through the sheet.
This is probably the most challenging of the matching uppercase and lowercase worksheet sets.
The student will have to use their letter identification skills to circle the lowercase letters in the row that match the uppercase letters on the snail.
Some of the letters may be rather simple, but I intentionally placed some very challenging sections where many of the letters look similar.
For example, they will have to tell the difference between /p/, /q/, and /g/ in one section.
This will really help to tell you how much the child is learning and remembering with their letters.
Consider doing this activity several times over a number of weeks to keep track of progress and retention.
This printable worksheet set will require your kindergarten age kids to use their fine motor skills and letter recognition skills to draw lines to match the letter pairs.
The left side of the sheet has capital letters and the right side has lowercase.
Sometimes it can be really difficult to see which place your child drew a line when there are a bunch of them criss-crossing. I sometimes say it looks like a bowl of spaghetti!
To help your child navigate this issue, I have a couple of options. First, tell your child to use a different crayon/colored pencil to draw each line on a page.
This makes it much easier to see and check their letter knowledge.
Second, consider having the child just color the letter worksheet with one color for each letter pair. For example, color the A/a puzzle pieces pink, color the B/b pieces blue, etc.
This engaging hands-on activity is a great way to introduce, practice, or review matching letters for the entire alphabet.
Download, print, cut out, and laminate each of the cards to get started with this alphabet game.
First, you could use them as a puzzle game with the child just having to match each of the pairs together. The picture would also serve as a guide and reinforcement.
Second, you could put the letters in small groups and play a memory game with them.
Flip the cards over and have the child turn over two at a time, looking for the appropriate match.
You can also display these fun manipulatives in groups, allow the child to play with them, or put them in ABC order.
Click the above text link or image link to download your printable worksheet packet in PDF format. No email or other personal information is required!
I hope these alphabet worksheets help you and your little one learn and lock down the skill of letter matching.
If you are interested in similar worksheets or printable activities for your kindergarten age children, check out the following:
Letter A Worksheet Packet – Links to all 26 letters!