Coloring page artist /designer for more than 30 years; get printable coloring pages at Lee's web sites (link info on Profile page).
Letters: Posters, Flash Cards, Coloring Pages
Colorful letters on walls, doors and on children's clothing as monograms or names make learning the alphabet decorative, fun and part of everyday life. Printable posters and flash cards make decorating with words and phrases affordable and fun.
Decorating kids' rooms or play areas with colorful letters is a simple way to help kids learn their ABCs and an easy way to add kid-friendly art to a child's room.
Alphabet Activities Resource Book
English Handwriting Chart for Kids
Print for Me the ABCs
You can find all sorts of ABC printables on the web. Incorporate letters and writing exercises into your child's daily routine by making a placemat from printables and unique fonts to trace or color in.
This printable alphabet chart is a one of many resources created by HomeEducationResources.com.
After children master learning and printing all 26 letters, they can start to learn cursive handwriting. You can teach children the basic shapes, strokes and forms of cursive writing by using a variety of creative teaching exercises and penmanship techniques.
Printable Worksheet for Handwriting Practice
Homeschool-Activities.com offers a wealth of free educational resources including a wonderful set of handwriting worksheets you can print for free. Each worksheet carries a letter and matching illustration by Catherine, a young artist with a big talent, who created all the worksheets as part of a homeschool art project.
This is just one sample page from the complete letters A to Z worksheet set. Click the image to open a new page linked to the Homeschool-Activities.com web site.
Illustration: Letter E, for Egg
Love Those Letters
ABCs for Everyone
If you're a daycare provider or home school teacher to preschool or kindergarten children printable ABC pictures, posters and alphabet activity sheets featured in this article will be helpful for teaching letter recognition, writing, and language usage skills.
If you enjoy home decorating, needlework or paper crafts you'll find many free alphabets, monograms and resources for creative projects in the sections below.
Educational ABC Printables - Alphabet Flash Cards, Posters and Work Sheets
Decorate, learn and play with letters of the alphabet like you've never seen before!
ABCs Video Fun
- Letter Coloring Pages
All the letters from A to Z, with multiple unique activity sheets for each one.
- Letter Coloring Pages from School Sparks
Free kindergarten worksheets to introduce children to each letter of the alphabet through a fun coloring activity
- Letters Worksheets & Learning Games
Printable worksheets including letterforms, tracing pages, mazes, dot-to-dots, and alphabet coloring pages.
- ABC Worksheets
Printable worksheets for Teaching Preschool, Kindergarten, First Grade about letters and ABCs.
- Alphabet Coloring Pages
Coloring pages for each letter suitable for toddlers, preschool, and early elementary.
- Printable Letter Learning Chart
Early reading letter chart with pictures.
- Printable Coloring Pages A to Z
Coloring pages with all the letters from A through Z.
- ABC Tracing Pages
Free, printable educational activities for preschool, kindergarten and grade school children.
- Sprik Space: " 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 " Posters
Numbers and letters with adorable animal illustrations. Free download from Aimee at Sprik Space blog.
- Animal Alphabet Poster
Black and white vintage graphics with letters - adorable animal poster, for children's décor and paper crafts.
Decorating with ABCs and Monogram Art
Use Decorative Letters to Create Bubble Letters, Words, Phrases
Alphabet printables are fun for young children; older kids, teens and adults also like to decorate their notebooks, dorm rooms, lockers and homes with monograms and letters.
Lettered prints, 3D monogram art and signs old or new are popular for home décor. Posters with humorous, artful or helpful letter form designs are popular with teens and young adults. Jumbo bubble letter pages make excellent stencils for party banners and signs for your windows or bulletin boards.
Alphabet theme are posters are available in many styles. Printable single letters can be decorated with markers or used as templates to make foam core or chip board artwork to cover with paper, fabric, buttons, mosaics or any other craft materials.
Home Made Alphabet Worksheets - Make Your Own Lettering Printables with Free Fonts
Find a clever and fun font to make your own printable alphabet letters or alphabet posters.
- Free Fonts
Do you love fonts and typefaces? I like to play with type and lettering. Look good in print and on your blog or web page with free fonts and type tools. Learn to avoid font mistakes when designing your own web site, blog or printed materials. Too man
- Free Scrapbooking Fonts
Free font library at ScrapVillage has hundreds of cute fonts that would make great printable alphabet letters or posters.
- Free Alphabet Fonts at MyFonts
Make your own alphabet printables and letter posters with free fonts.
Designer Letter Decals for Room Décor - Peel and Stick Alphabet Wall Art
Create a work of art and a learning center in your child's playroom or bedroom with a peel and stick decal set that goes with his or her interests and decor.
Decorate a Child's World with Colorful Letter Art
Children have a natural affinity for learning multiple languages. Incorporating letterform character recognition, handwriting and sight word reading with language lessons in pronunciation and grammar expand a child's linguistic universe.
Encourage multi-lingual learning with letters and words posted around the home and in your child's playroom or bedroom.
© 2009 Lee Hansen
Please Leave a Greeting ... or a Suggestion
sybil watson on February 16, 2014:
I love all the variety you have here - working in an elementary school, I know how vital it is to give the children something bright and interesting rather than the same old ABCs.
Early2ReadMom on October 21, 2013:
I got my kids started early to readâ¦before they ever entered kindergarten. I canât overstate how much it helped their overall confidence level in all subjects. My boy started reading at age 3. As he entered first grade and they told me he was reading on the 5th grade level. Kids love reading when they can learn with no pressure.
For more info on my favorite program on early reading by phonics
Deborah Carr from Orange County, California on September 02, 2013:
My daughters who are teachers will love knowing about this!
socialcx1 on July 15, 2013:
I'm amazed what's all out there. Enjoyed your lens.
Jogalog on June 17, 2013:
I think these are great for young children.
Diane Cass from New York on March 28, 2013:
Those printable letter sheets are fantastic. I taught both of my boys to read and write using those before they ever entered school. They are a great learning tool.
Michelllle on March 13, 2013:
SuzyS07 on January 08, 2013:
That was a great monogram tutorial! I will definitely check out your Zazzle store for some posters for my daughter!
chas65 on December 27, 2012:
We can use the letters of the alphabet in so many ways. Great to help teach kids, make posters, and many other inventive ways.
seosmm on December 24, 2012:
Very Nice Lens. Happy Holidays!
Judith Nazarewicz from Victoria, British Columbia, Canada on November 12, 2012:
Great information...thanks so much!
Lee Hansen (author) from Vermont on November 07, 2012:
@beaworkathomemom: I found this one for sale ... I am not schooled in hiragana calligraphy, I just think it is beautiful.
beaworkathomemom on November 07, 2012:
i like the hiragana table!! how do you make one????
CoolFool83 on November 05, 2012:
Very useful! Another great lense.
anonymous on October 29, 2012:
Great resources! Thanks for a great lens :)
anonymous on October 23, 2012:
Thanks for the information.
spids1 on October 19, 2012:
Real cool lens!
dipikaosa on October 18, 2012:
very nice lens, well written and best use of pics..
anonymous on October 14, 2012:
nice lens i am glad you share
Lee Hansen (author) from Vermont on October 11, 2012:
@LaurenIM: I spent some time in Japan on business, and my brother lived there for several years before that. I'm interested in type and letterforms are beautiful calligraphy to me. Thanks for stopping by!
LaurenIM on October 05, 2012:
Cool! A guy that used to teach English in France just asked me what the Japanese alphabet was and here you are with Hiragana alphabet system! who would've thought you would have it here in cliparts!
Lee Hansen (author) from Vermont on October 01, 2012:
@Squidpress: Thank you! I enjoyed visiting your lenses as well. The typewriter page brought back some fond memories.
Stephen Bush from Ohio on September 07, 2012:
Squidpress on September 06, 2012:
Pastiche I have to admit I admire your skills of picking out and thoroughly covering a niche subject like Printable Alphabet Letters. But I also noticed your precision in subject in other places. Very impressed. Good luck.
dressygirlkouture on September 05, 2012:
Love this lens :)
AlysonMarcellino on September 02, 2012:
Awesome lens! I love clip art
tfsherman lm on August 05, 2012:
What a beautiful lens! I'm posting a link to it right now! Thanks!
Expat Mamasita from Thailand on August 04, 2012:
Excellent resources :-)
olmpal on July 29, 2012:
I love letters and the idea of decorating using letters! I once used the letter A in diferrent fonts and colors to put on a fabric shoe.
steph-naylor on July 23, 2012:
This is a pretty cool lens!
anonymous on July 20, 2012:
ist of all i will ntroduce that litter then i will pronounced that sound then i will diplay on the board and will tell the children that this is B and bee in the name of this litter and baa is the sound of this litter then i will show some thing which begining sound is B like Ball Bat Baby etc
anonymous on July 20, 2012:
@SailingPassion LM: its very easy to make the children understand but i have more easy tips
if any one need can contact to learn like montissory system and easy method
soaringsis on June 27, 2012:
This is wonderful info. Thanks for sharing. Great for any project. Thanks for sharing.
Rose Jones on June 14, 2012:
Really usable resource - good job.
SailingPassion LM on June 13, 2012:
IQplusone on June 10, 2012:
These letters are lovely and the kids enjoy doing them.
Diane Cass from New York on April 10, 2012:
I love letters. All kinds of letter. Calligraphy, illuminated manuscripts, alphabet charts for kids. *sigh* You've got some neat ones here.
Cheryl Kohan from England on April 06, 2012:
This is a terrific lens and I am going to bookmark it for future reference! I enjoyed the tutorial on monograms and all the links you're sharing. Thanks!
Natalie W Schorr on April 03, 2012:
squid-pinkchic18 on March 21, 2012:
Great lens! This is going to be really helpful for moms with young kids who are learning their letters!
renagirl on March 16, 2012:
wow wow wow !! awesome lens
anonymous on February 17, 2012:
A very wonderful and interesting lens.
jimmyworldstar on February 04, 2012:
These remind me of elementary school when I had to trace the letters.
Pangionedevelopers on January 29, 2012:
jadehorseshoe on December 24, 2011:
Return Visitor. Useful Lens.
Darcie French from Abbotsford, BC on December 21, 2011:
I don't know how I have missed your work so far. What a treat to discover your coloring pages, clip-art and other awesome printable goodies, thank-you so much :)
JohnRayner on December 19, 2011:
A lovely idea for a lens.
Buchamar on December 14, 2011:
Love the way you write, rewards are a great tool!
anonymous on November 03, 2011:
Excellent resource and a great lens!
Pam Irie from Land of Aloha on November 03, 2011:
I love monograms.......they couldn't exist without the Alphabet, of course. Lots of info and resources on this lens; thanks!
WorldVisionary on October 23, 2011:
Cute lens! I have a ton of printable lenses - for parents, Printable Reward Charts is a great resource too.
diaperbagdiva lm on October 21, 2011:
Great lens! Thanks for the fun ideas!
poutine on October 13, 2011:
Great links to find cute things for kids to learn with.
writer_villa on September 19, 2011:
seeker2011 lm on September 17, 2011:
My ABC's never looked like this. Nice lense
vermontmom on September 16, 2011:
Great lens. Helpful for my preschool to encourage him in his letter learning!
hlkljgk from Western Mass on September 15, 2011:
thanks, these could be really helpful.
alltoglory on September 13, 2011:
I'm about to make a lens on teaching children the alphabet and I ran across this page.
This is an absolute wonderful resource and I will definitely bookmark and refer others to this lens! Great Job!
RazzbarryBreeze on September 12, 2011:
Thank you for this lens..I will use this for sure. My Granddaughter will love this when she is visiting me.She is learning ABC's now
mimosachatterjee on September 07, 2011:
TheGourmetCoffe on September 02, 2011:
Great lens. Definitely passing the link on to a relative who teaches elementary school. Thank you for sharing.
Farkhof on September 02, 2011:
thanks for the handy info...
christydeena on September 01, 2011:
Thanks for this terrific lens. My son is almost four and we recently put up an alphabet poster in our house. It's working great, he loves to point to and say the letters that he knows, just because it's hanging there. I'm sure he'd learning much faster this way.
heehaw lm on August 30, 2011:
NidhiRajat on August 28, 2011:
NidhiRajat on August 28, 2011:
dilipsvarma on August 26, 2011:
Kids will love it
Lexiekinprints on August 21, 2011:
Victoria Cochrane from North West Tasmania, Australia on August 21, 2011:
Great work! I am always looking for alphabet printables! I would love you to visit my lenses-Literacy Teacher's Workshop and Supportive School Environments.
Loretta from United States on August 13, 2011:
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NAnand on July 29, 2011:
Nice lense. Great research.
phoenix arizona f on July 26, 2011:
This looks great for teaching kids the alphabet.
TeacherRenee on July 08, 2011:
This is fantastic, Pastiche! Great collection of resources.
serenity4me lm on July 07, 2011:
alphabetimals on June 20, 2011:
Love the resources! I recently added an alphabet creation of my own using cartoon animals shaped like letters called the Alphabetimals. I would love your feedback!
blessedmomto7 on June 20, 2011:
Excellent resources here for my homeschool. Thanks so much. I will be marking this page and using your links often.
AbhinavB LM on May 19, 2011:
I like the article lots of information...
sushilkin lm on April 25, 2011:
Thanks to be on Squidoo for sharing your knowledge. Please PRAY FOR JAPAN
Alohagems on April 16, 2011:
If you need resources on how to fold and cut letters of the alphabet , I made post about it, letter from A to Z.
Philippians468 on April 14, 2011:
thank you for sharing this lens and including the sign language alphabets as well! cheers
magicgeniewishl on April 05, 2011:
Love these. Great lens!
Debbie from England on March 28, 2011:
Great resources here not only for teachers but parents too! In fact, anyone involved with younger children can take advantage of using Alphabets. The sign language symbols brought back memories of a Makaton course I did a few years back. That's about using signs too :)
Cheryl Kohan from England on March 05, 2011:
This is just an awesome lens! I'm going to re-read it and follow your suggestions. I've got eight grandkids and would love to try some of these projects with them.
Lisa Auch from Scotland on February 20, 2011:
fantastic resources here, this would have sure helped me out in the classroom
anonymous on February 14, 2011:
great lens, also give super printable alphabet letters.TASKey.com
CruiseReady from East Central Florida on February 10, 2011:
A really cool lens (as usual!)
Love the American Sign Language poster - what a great choice to include in this lens, and many people wouldn't have thought of including something like this, but you did!
Lensrolling it to my Dora the Explorer Zazzles lens.
tutor1235 lm on January 29, 2011:
Wow you've got a great collection here! Nice job and very informative....
IlanaMoore LM on January 26, 2011:
Thanks for the resources, I'm trying to teach my 2 year old the basics now. I'll let you know how it goes!
WorldVisionary on December 06, 2010:
Lots of great resources here - thanks!
ideadesigns on October 07, 2010:
I have one right now learning the alphabet, this one seems a bit more of a challenge than my first two. This is encouraging. :)
June Campbell from North Vancouver, BC, Canada on October 07, 2010:
These alphabets are COOL!
scar4 on August 26, 2010:
The sign language poster looks so beautiful.
Nancy Tate Hellams from Pendleton, SC on July 27, 2010:
These are some super Printable Alphabet Letters.
momto4 lm on March 06, 2010:
Wonderful lens! My 5yr old has been struggling to learn the alphabet. This lens will be a great help!
Evelyn Saenz from Royalton on December 08, 2009:
Love your vast collection of printable alphabets. Lensrolled to my alphabet lenses.