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Back-to-School Color By Letter

Are you looking for fun activities to do at the beginning of the year? Grab these free printable Back-to-School Color by Letter worksheets!

School literacy activities like this one are perfect for helping your students review their letter recognition skills as they get back into the swing of things after summer break.

Just print out the pages, grab some crayons or markers, and let your kids color the picture according to the letter code. Back-to-school has never been so much fun!

Learning the ABC's

Color by letter worksheets are a great way for teachers and homeschool families to help their kids learn the alphabet.

By color coding each letter, children can work on identifying the letters and color words.

Additionally, color by letter printables help to develop fine motor skills as pre-readers are required to color within the lines.

Color by letter worksheets are great for preschoolers and kindergarteners because they help them work on essential skills at the beginning of the school year. They are also a lot of fun!

Getting Ready to Use the School Letter Worksheets:

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What’s Included:

  • 5 School Color By Letter Worksheets

What Else Is Needed:

  • Paper
  • Crayons

To get these school-themed alphabet worksheets ready for your kids, click on the button below and fill out the form.

Next, download and print the worksheets that you want your preschoolers and kindergarteners to use.

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You can then make as many copies of the color by letter printables as you need for your students.

How to Use the School Alphabet Worksheets:

To begin this letter recognition activity, your pre-readers will first identify the lowercase letters and color words in the code.

Your children can use their crayons to color over the words. This will help them as they color the picture.

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Next, your kids will pick one of the letters and find the spaces with that letter. They will use the code to color the spots.

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Your preschoolers and kindergarteners will continue coloring all the spaces until they have completed their pictures.

Letter recognition activity

These Back-to-School Color By Letter Worksheets are a fun letter recognition activity for your pre-readers to do at the beginning of the new year!

More Back-to-School Activities:

To extend this school-themed activity, you can pair it with these picture books and other literacy resources.

Back-to-School Books for Kids:

Get your preschoolers and kindergarteners ready for the beginning of the school year by sharing these picture books with them.

First Day Jitters by Julie Danneberg

The Pigeon HAS to Go to School! by Mo Willems

If You Take a Mouse to School by Laura Numeroff

Back-to-School Literacy Activities for Kids:

Your students can work on letter matching, letter formation, and much more with these fun, themed activities.

School Letter Writing Mats

Back-to-School Sorting Activities from 3 Boys and a Dog

Back-to-School Preschool Worksheets

First Day of School Crowns from Books and Giggles

Back-to-School Letter Search Activity

You May Also Like These Morning Tubs for Preschool:

Are you looking for a new morning routine? These themed Morning Tubs are an entertaining and engaging way to start the day.

This year-long bundle of morning work includes 120 independent literacy and math activities that are perfect for children in preschool or kindergarten.

Click on the picture below to learn more about the activities included in this bundle!

Download the Back-to-School Color By Letter Printables:

To get the back-to-school worksheets for your preschoolers and kindergarteners, click on the button below and fill out the form.

Laura Defalco

Thursday 28th of July 2022

Love this!

If You Take a Mouse to School Printables (Free!)

Wednesday 27th of July 2022

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Laurie

Thursday 21st of July 2022

These look really fun for littles. I can see how they’d like them—and it makes learning fun!

Thanks for sharing this at the Homestead Blog Hop 401!

Laurie Ridge Haven Homestead