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Fruit Letter Maze Worksheets

Looking for a fun letter recognition activity for your preschoolers and kindergarteners? Grab these free printable Fruit Letter Maze Worksheets!

The mazes are an engaging way to get your kids interested in learning the ABC’s and develop visual discrimination skills.

Plus, they’re perfect for busy teachers or homeschooling families on the go. Just print out the pages you want to use and get started learning!

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Visual discrimination skills are important for preschoolers and kindergarteners to develop because they help them tell the difference between letter shapes.

With these letter maze worksheets, they can work on developing the ability to focus on small details and to distinguish between similar shapes.

As they become more proficient, kids will find it easier to identify letters and words when they see them. This will help them as they learn how to read.

Getting Ready to Use the Fruit Letter Worksheets for Preschool:

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What’s Included:

  • 7 Fruit Letter Maze Worksheets
    • Aa is for Apple
    • Bb is for Banana
    • Gg is for Grapes
    • Ll is for Lemon
    • Oo is for Orange
    • Ss is for Strawberry
    • Ww is for Watermelon

What Else Is Needed:

For a reproducible activity:

  • White Copy Paper
  • Do-A-Dot Marker or Crayons 

For a reusable activity:

  • White Card Stock
  • Manipulatives (Mini Erasers, Pom Poms, Counters)
  • Laminator 
  • Laminating Pouches
  • Dry Erase Markers (optional)

To get this letter recognition activity ready for your kids, fill out the form at the bottom of this page.

Next, download the worksheets. You can then print the ones that you want your students to use.

Printables for preschool

To make this into a reusable resource, print the worksheets on white card stock.

Then, laminate the printables or place them in dry erase pockets.

How to Use the Fruit Alphabet Worksheets For Preschool:

To start this alphabet identification activity, your preschoolers will identify and trace the capital and lowercase letters at the top of their worksheet.

Preschool printables

Next, they will say the name of the fruit. You can tell your children that it begins with the sound that the letter makes. 

Letter Recognition Activity

Your kids will find the “start” or the first box on the printable and color in the square with a dot marker or crayon.

Preschool Worksheets

If you laminated the worksheets or placed them in dry erase pockets, they can mark off the letters with a dry erase marker.

They can also cover the boxes with small manipulatives such as mini erasers, pom poms, or counters.

Worksheets for Preschool

These Fruit Letter Maze Worksheets are a fun way for your kids practice to practice identifying capital and lowercase letters and work on visual discrimination skills.

More Fruit Literacy Activities:

If you are looking for more fruit-themed activities for your kids, grab these picture books and literacy activities.

Fruit Books for Kids:

Read these fiction and non-fiction books with your preschoolers and kindergarteners to teach them all about fruit.

Fruit Bowl by Mark Hoffman

Eating the Alphabet by Lois Ehlert 

The Fruits We Eat by Gail Gibbons

Fruit Literacy Activities for Kids:

With these fruit-themed resources, your children can practice letter recognition, beginning sounds, and more.

Strawberry Letter Recognition Activity

Fruit and Vegetable Bingo from Crystal and Comp

Apple Alphabet Play Dough Mats

A is for Apple Worksheets from Homeschool Preschool

Watermelons Alphabet Sensory Bin

You May Also Like The Get Ready to Read Summer Camp:

Do you want to prepare your preschoolers for the upcoming school year?

Or, have your kindergarteners review concepts to prevent the summer slide?

This month-long bundle of engaging and educational activities will keep your kids learning this summer.

Click on the picture below to learn more about the “Get Ready to Read Summer Camp.”

Download the Fruit Alphabet Preschool Worksheets:

To get these fruit letter maze worksheets for your preschoolers, fill out the form below with your name and email address.

Marianne Flanagan

Wednesday 15th of June 2022

My Pre-K class loved letter mazes. Some would rainbow color them, some would race through them with a pencil. I know these will be a hit next year!

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