Letter A Worksheets and Activities

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On this page you will find Letter A worksheets, coloring pages and activities to use when learning to read and write the letter A.

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Letter A Worksheets

Letter A Handwriting Worksheet

A is for apples

letter A worksheets

Spongebob Letter A Worksheet

This SpongeBob letter A worksheet will teach kids to recognize, read and write the letter A (lowercase “a”) and learn the beginning sound for the letter “a”.

How do you use this worksheet?

  1. Say, this is the letter “a” and point to the letter “a”.
  2. Say, “alligator begins with the letter a. Listen for the sound that “a” makes at the beginning of the word “aaaaa-lligator”.
  3. Ask the child to say “aaaaa-lligator.”
  4. Show the child how to trace the hollow a with a finger and then ask him/her to color the hollow “a”.
  5. Have the child trace the grey letter a at the bottom of the page with his/her finger and then with a pencil.
  6. Have the child write the letter a on the line and continue until the end of the line.
  7. Ask the child to color the picture of the alligator and Gary.

Letter A Coloring Pages

Letter A Coloring PageA is for apples
Letter A Coloring SheetA is for alligator
letter a handwriting worksheet
letter a coloring sheet

How to use this alphabet coloring coloring sheet?

  1. Color the sentence “A is for Apples”
  2. Trace the capital letter A three times then write the capital letter A until you reach the end of the line.
  3. Trace the lowercase letter a three times then write the capital letter a until you reach the end of the line.
  4. Color the picture of the letter A and the apple tree.

Letter A Activities

The following crafts and activities can be used to make learning the letter A fun and enjoyable.

Fondant Apple

fondant apple

 

There are a few different ways to do this activity. You can either make edible apples using fondant or marzipan or just use play dough in which case the kids can obviously not eat their creations.

Ingredients:

  • Play dough, marzipan or fondant
  • Red food coloring (if you are making edible apples then try and find natural food coloring)
  • Mint leaves with stem

Method:

  1. Roll a ball and create an apple shape.
  2. Stick a piece of mint on the top.

Apple Tree Craft

toilet paper craftThis apple tree is made with a toilet paper roll and construction paper (we actually used an old cereal box but you could use construction paper too).  The leaves are made with tissue paper but you can also stick real leaves on or just cut out leaves from green paper.

What you will need to make an apple tree:

  • Toilet paper roll
  • Construction paper
  • Glue
  • Green tissue paper
  • Green and red stickers or green and/or red paper to cut out apples
  • Brown paint
  • Paint brush
  • scissors

Method:

  1. Paint the toilet paper roll brown.
  2. Cut the top of the tree and decorate.
  3. Cut two slits on the top of the toilet paper roll and insert the top of the tree.

Shiny apple made with sequins

letter a craftsBuy a polystyrene apple from a craft store and colored sequins or beads to decorate it. Cover it with glue and stick the decorations on. If you are using sequins you can buy plastic pins and stick a pin in each of the sequins. You can also just paint it.

Apple Gift Cards

letter a activitiesPrint out the apple gift card template on green or red construction paper. Draw or paint the letter A on the apple. Cut around. Inside you can ask each kid to draw a picture, write a letter to someone (a teacher or grown will probably need to help) or draw pictures of other objects that start with the letter a.

Apple Prints

apple craftCut up some apples in half and make apple prints on construction paper. You can use red, yellow and green paint. If you want, you can write on each work of art “A is for apple”.

Apple Lollipop

letter a activityPrint the apple template on green or red construction paper. Draw or paint the letter A on the apple. Stick a lollipop in the apple.

 

If there are any more letter A worksheets, coloring pages or activities that you would like us to add then please feel free to comment below.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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