Are you looking for letter recognition printables? Then, you’ll want these Tool Letter Maze Worksheets! These preschool worksheets are an a-maze-ing way for your kids to practice identifying capital and lowercase letters!
Tool Letter Maze Worksheets:
These no-prep worksheets for preschool are not only a fun way for your children to work on letter recognition.
But, mazes are great for developing visual discrimination skills, hand-eye coordination, spatial recognition, problem-solving skills, and much more!
Getting Ready To Use The Tool Letter Maze Worksheets:
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- 6 Tool Letter Maze Worksheets
- Bb is for brush
- Dd is for drill
- Hh is for hammer
- Nn is for nail
- Rr is for ruler
- Ss is for saw
What Else Is Needed:
- White Card Stock or Copy Paper
- Do-A-Dot Marker, Crayons, Mini Erasers, or Pom Poms
- Laminator and Laminating Pouches (optional)
- Dry Erase Pocket (optional)
- Dry Erase Markers (optional)
To get these no-prep worksheets ready for your preschoolers, simply click on the button at the bottom of this page. Then, download and print the printables that you want your kids to use.
How To Use The Tool Letter Maze Worksheets:
First, your preschoolers will identify the capital and lowercase letters at the top of the worksheets.
They will then say the name of the picture. You can teach your children that the picture begins with the sound that the letter makes.
Next, your kids will begin at the “start” or the first box on the worksheet. Using a Do-A-Dot marker or crayon, they alternate coloring the capital and lowercase letters that are on the top of the worksheet.
For example, your students will select the “Hh is for hammer” worksheet. They will color the capital letter H in the first box. Then, your kids will go through the maze and color the lowercase and capital letter Hh until they reach the finish.
Besides coloring the letters, your preschoolers can also cover the squares with blocks such as blank Scrabble tiles. They can also use mini erasers, pom poms, or another small manipulative.
How Can These Worksheets Be Turned Into A Reusable Activity?
If you want to turn this activity into a reusable resource, print the worksheets on card stock because the thicker paper is more durable.
Next, laminate the worksheets or place them in dry erase pockets, so your children can use them over and over.
Your kids can then use dry erase markers or small manipulatives to cover the letters through the maze.
Your preschoolers are sure to have fun working through these Tool Letter Maze Worksheets as they are learning the ABC’s!
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These Capital and Lowercase Letter Mazes are an a-maze-ing way for your students to practice identifying capital and lowercase letters. These print and go, no prep worksheets are perfect for literacy centers, morning work, or as an enrichment activity for early finishers. Click on the picture to learn more about this resource!
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