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FREE Worksheets #8 - Letter Sorting

FREE Worksheets #8 - Letter Sorting

This is an awesome worksheet for kiddos stuck at home. There are three parts. Tracing, cutting and pasting and it targets the  following areas of development:

This worksheet focuses on the following skills:

  • Fine motor (cutting, pasting and tracing)

  • Sorting categories

  • Letter identification and recognition

Benefits of cutting and pasting activities:

  • Bilateral coordination (using both hands)

  • Keeps their attention: build focus

  • Increases visual perception

  • Using the scissors builds hand strength

  • Engaging for the children

Benefits of tracing activities

Through tracing, your toddler will also learn how to create movements that he can use to draw pictures on his own.

Tracing is beneficial because it helps build:

  • Fine motor skills
  • Pre-writing skills
  • Concentration and focus
  • Visual-spatial skills
  • Creativity and drawing skills

Letter Sorting

Download this worksheet

Letter sorting worksheet

How to complete this worksheet

  • Have your kids practice writing letters by tracing over the bottom letters with a pencil
  • When complete, cut out the letters and place them into the correct grocery bag (left for uppercase letters, right for lowercase letters)