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Letter Visual Discrimination Worksheets

Are you looking for preschool worksheets that will help your kids improve their letter recognition and visual discrimination? These Letter Visual Discrimination Worksheets are a fun way for pre-readers to recognize the different shapes of similar looking capital letters.

 

Letter Visual Discrimination Worksheets

 

Letter Visual Discrimination Worksheets:

Identifying the similarities and differences between letters is a great way for your preschoolers to develop their visual discrimination skills. Recognizing the different shapes of letters is also an important part in developing letter recognition and pre-reading skills.

 

There are so many letters that look similar and it can be confusing for young children who are just learning the ABC’s. Hands-on activities like these worksheets for preschoolers lets them practice these skills and makes learning fun! 

 

Preschool Printables

 

What Are Preschool Printables?

Preschool printables are simply worksheets or activities that you can print at home or school for your preschoolers to use. To print these worksheets, click on the button at the bottom of this page to download. Then, print the pages that you want to use with your kids.

 

If you are going to reuse the activities, you may want to print the worksheets on card stock because the thicker paper is more durable. Next, laminate the worksheets so your kids can use it over and over or place them in dry erase pockets.

 

Getting Ready To Use The Letter Visual Discrimination Worksheets:

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What’s Included:

  • 5 Find The Different Capital Letter Worksheets

 

What Else Is Needed:

  • White Card Stock or Copy Paper
  • Laminator
  • Laminating Pouches
  • Dry Erase Marker
  • Dry Erase Pocket (optional)

 

How To Use The Letter Visual Discrimination Worksheets:

To use this letter recognition activity, your preschoolers will select a worksheet and look at the first row of letters. Next, they will find the one that is different or doesn’t match the other letters in the row.

 

Worksheets for Preschoolers

 

They will then mark the letter that is different with a dry erase marker or dot marker. Your kids can also cover the letter with a small manipulative such as a mini eraser, pom pom, or ball of play dough.

 

Your kids will move on to the next row and continue finding the different letter until they have completed the entire worksheet. On the last worksheet in the packet, there are lines that they have to differentiate between along with the letter Y and Z. 

 

Preschool Worksheets

 

The preschool worksheets can be as an independent activity for young children in any early childhood classroom or homeschool. If you are a classroom teacher, you can use them for literacy centers, morning tubs, or as an enrichment activity. You can also send these worksheets home for your students to do with their families. For homeschoolers, this activity would be a great addition to your morning baskets or choice tubs. 

 

These Letter Visual Discrimination Worksheets are a fun way for preschoolers to work on visual discrimination, letter recognition, pre-reading skills, and much more! 

 

 

Pin It For Later:

Do you want to save these free worksheets for preschool for later? Pin this to your preschool board on Pinterest and it’ll be here for when you’re ready!

 

Letter Visual Discrimination Worksheets

 

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Jennifer Handley

Saturday 1st of May 2021

Is there a lower case version?

ABC's of Literacy

Saturday 1st of May 2021

This is just capital letters, but I will add making a lowercase version to my list. Hope that helps!

Jennifer Ward

Friday 22nd of January 2021

I do not see a pencil to click on to download the forms.