Looking for a no-prep activity to add to your Community Helpers unit? Grab these free printable Community Helpers Letter Maze Worksheets!
Preschool worksheets like these are a fun and easy way for your young learners to work on letter recognition, visual discrimination, and more!
This simple, themed activity is a fun way to introduce six different community helpers to your students too.
These print-and-go worksheets can be used for morning work, literacy centers, homework, or as an enrichment resource for early finishers.
With similar letter maze activities, teachers have said that they use them with their small groups and intervention students too.
Getting Ready to Use the Community Helpers Letter Maze Worksheets:
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- 6 Community Helpers Letter Maze Worksheets
- Dd is for Doctor
- Ff is for Firefighter
- Mm is for Mail Carrier
- Pp is for Police Officer
- Tt is for Teacher
- Vv is for Vet
What Else Is Needed:
For a reproducible activity:
- White Copy Paper
- Bingo Dauber or Crayons
For a reusable activity:
- White Card Stock
- Laminating Pouches
- Manipulatives (Mini Erasers, Pom Poms, Bingo Chips)
- Dry Erase Markers (optional)
To get these printable community helper worksheets, fill out the form at the bottom of this page.
Next, download and print the worksheets. You can then make as many copies as you need for your students.
If you want your students to reuse this resource, print the worksheets on white card stock.
Then, laminate the printables or place each sheet in a dry erase pocket.
How to Use the Community Helpers Letter Maze Worksheets:
First, your preschoolers and kindergarteners will identify and trace the capital and lowercase letters at the top of their worksheet.
Next, they will say the name of the community helper and the beginning sound.
Your kids will then find the “start” or the first box on the worksheets and color in the square with a Bingo dauber or crayon.
They can also cover the letters with small manipulatives like mini erasers, pom poms, or Bingo chips.
If you laminated the printables or placed them in dry erase pockets, your students can use a dry erase marker to draw a line through the maze.
They will continue to color or cover the capital and lowercase letters through the maze until they reach the “finish.”
These no-prep Community Helper Letter Maze Worksheets are a simple way for your kids to practice identifying letters and a great addition to your unit.
More Community Helper Literacy Activities:
Are you looking for more community helper activities for your students? Try these engaging and entertaining resources:
Firefighter Letter Matching Activity
Construction Alphabet Sensory Bin
Community Helper Hats from Books and Giggles
You May Also Like These Letter Maze Worksheets:
These no-prep Letter Maze Worksheets are an a-maze-ing way for your preschoolers and kindergarteners to practice letter recognition.
These print and go alphabet printables are fun to use for literacy centers, morning tubs, or as an enrichment activity for early finishers.
Click on the link or the picture below to learn more about this letter recognition resource!
Download the Community Helpers Letter Maze Worksheets:
To get these letter maze worksheets for your preschoolers and kindergarteners, fill out the form below.