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Letter I Book

If you’re looking for a simple letter recognition activity to do with your preschoolers or kindergarteners, check out this free printable Letter I Book!

These alphabet books will help your students practice identifying letters by their name, shape, and sound.

They are also a fun way to introduce your young learners to new vocabulary words such as igloo and iron.  

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It’s important for preschoolers and kindergarteners to learn letter recognition, beginning sounds, and other pre-reading skills because it helps them understand how the written language works.

When kids see a letter, they need to be able to identify it and know what sound it makes. This knowledge is essential for being able to read words.

By learning the letters of the alphabet and common letter sounds, they’ll be better equipped to decode words and comprehend what they’re reading.

Getting Ready to Use the Letter I Printable Book:

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What’s Included:

  • Printable Letter I Book

What Else Is Needed:

  • Copy Paper
  • Pencils
  • Crayons

To get this reading activity ready for your children, click on the button below and fill out the form. 

Next, download and print the printable on white copy paper. Then, make as many copies as you need for your students.

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To turn this printable into a book, fold the piece of paper in half. Finally, fold the piece of paper in half again to create a little book. 

How To Use The Letter I Foldable Book:

First, your students will say the names of the capital and lowercase letters on the cover of their book and read, “Letter Ii Book.”

Next, they can say the sounds that the letter makes, color the capital and lowercase letters, and write their name on the cover.

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Then, your children will turn the page and read, “Ii is for insect.” They will then color the picture of the insect and trace the word. 

After reading the first page, they will read the words on the second page, color the picture, and trace the word.

Finally, your kids will turn the page and read, “Ii is for iron.”  They will color the picture and trace the word. 

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Your preschoolers and kindergarteners will work on letter recognition, beginning sounds, and much more as they read this little Letter I Book

More Alphabet Activities:

If you are looking for more alphabet activities for your preschoolers and kindergarteners, here are some of our favorite books and activities for young learners!

Alphabet Books for Kids:

Pair these picture books with the alphabet resources to extend the activities and make learning fun!

AlphaOops!: The Day Z Went First by Alethea Kontis

Alphabet Adventure by Audrey Wood

Dr. Seuss’s ABC by Dr. Seuss

Alphabet Activities for Kids:

With these themed activities, your young learners can practice letter recognition, letter sorting, and much more.

Ice Cream Letter Matching Activity

Find the Letter Printable: I is for Iguana from 3 Boys and a Dog

Ice Cream Beginning Sounds Activity

I is for Ice Cream Craft from Crystal and Comp

Ice Cream Letter Search Activity 

You May Also Like This Letter Recognition Activity:

These Letter Recognition Printables are an easy and fun way for your young learners to work on a variety of skills including identifying and forming capital and lowercase letters.

These no-prep worksheets can simply be printed as needed and used for morning work, literacy centers, or homework. Click on the link or picture to learn more!

Download the Letter I Book:

To get this free foldable letter book for your students, click on the button below and fill out the form.