Teach uppercase and lowercase letters with these simple letter matching printable worksheets. Practice uppercase and lowercase letter recognition, match letters and develop fine motor skills in the process.
These letter matching worksheets are suitable for toddlers and are simple and quick to complete. Download the worksheets for free at the end of this post.
Match Uppercase and Lowercase Letters Worksheets
Matching capital and small letters is exciting. If you have only exposed your little one to capital letters at first, they will enjoy matching them with their small letters.
Naturally, seeing the lowercase letters for the first time might confuse your child. It is worse for letters like G and ‘g’, or even ‘Q’ and ‘q’.
However, learning lowercase letters can be much easier because your child sees them almost everywhere. Since most written materials use small caps, knowing lowercase letters will improve your child’s reading skills.
Using the matching letters worksheets on this post teaches your child to recognize small letters and match them with capital letters. Joining the letters with a pen or crayon develops fine motor skills as well as writing skills.
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How To Use The Letter Matching Printable Worksheets
There are seven alphabet matching worksheets to practice matching the 26 uppercase and lowercase letters. All you need to do is print them and your activity will be ready.
Here is what you will need:
- Letter matching worksheets free printable (download at the bottom of the post)
- Color pens or crayons
- Laminating machine (optional)
Download and print the worksheets and laminate them if you want to use them more than once. Get markers or crayons in different colors. Use a different color for each letter.
Do a quick check to see if your child still remembers all the uppercase letters. Ask them to point at the letters and identify them.
Next, working with one page at a time, your child should draw a line to match uppercase letters on the left with the corresponding lowercase letter on the right. They should say the letters as they join them. Continue until your child matches all the alphabets in all the worksheets.
As mentioned previously, learning lowercase letters can be a bit tricky if your little one started with capital letters only. For this reason, your child might find it challenging at first. Don’t try to make them do the whole activity at once.
Even if they only match one or two letters, it is ok. They will soon get the hang of it.
Matching capital letters and small letters is always fun, your child will definitely have fun completing these letter-matching worksheets.
Free Printable Uppercase and Lowercase Letters Worksheets PDF
Download your uppercase and lowercase letter matching printable worksheets below.