Next up in our free alphabet worksheet series is this packet of letter L worksheets. Terrific for letter recognition practice, learning letter sounds, and building pencil skills in preschoolers and kindergarteners.
So whether you are doing preschool at home or are doing letter-a-day activities with your kindergartener, I think you will find this printable resource helpful.
To get started, let me show you what is in this letter L worksheets pack!
Letter L Worksheets
There are eight letter L worksheets in this free letter L printable. Each of these worksheets aims to teach the uppercase and lowercase L while building basic handwriting, vocabulary, fine motor skills, and phonetic awareness.
1. Preschool Letter L Worksheets
First up there are two preschool pages that a picture of an item that starts with L, followed by a large upper and lowercase letter L to color, and a corresponding L word to practice tracing.
Tip: Want to turn these into reusable worksheets? If so, simply laminate the preschool pages, and you can use them over and over, using a dry erase marker.
2. Uppercase and Lowercase Letter L Worksheets
The next to letter L worksheets help kids to distinguish between the upper and lowercase L. These alphabet practice printables reinforce prewriting, letter formation, beginning sounds, vocabulary words, and letter differentiation.
3. Color the Objects – Letter L Worksheet
The next letter L printable aims to help kids to identify words that begin with the L sound. This page helps to build sound differentiation between other letters in the alphabet, as well as, practicing the sound that is associated with letter L.
4. Letter L Handwriting Pages
There is also a letter L handwriting practice page for kids who are ready to really focus on letter formation and pencil-holding skills.
Note: Before you begin, make sure you instruct your kids to follow the stroke marks and tracing lines to learn how to write the letter L correctly.
5. Drawing Pictures for Letter L Words Worksheet
For this next letter L printable, have your students read the given word, trace it, then draw a picture that corresponds with the word. (Note: you might need to help read the word to the child, depending on their level.)
6. Letter L Vocabulary Words – Letter L Worksheets for Kindergarten
And for the final letter L worksheet in this pack, we have a list of common L words that your kids can read, trace, and practice. Have your student read each word out loud then trace it using their best handwriting.
Tips for Teaching Letter L to Preschoolers & Kindergarteners
The letter L makes the /l/ sound as in: look, listen, and learn.
For preschool and kindergarten, it will be helpful to consider that your kids might struggle with letter confusion OR letter reversal when it comes to the letter L.
This confusion is very common as kids are learning their alphabet, but with time and practice, can easily be smoothed out. The letter L can sometimes be confused with the letter I. (Try different strategies for learning letters and sounds to help with these common mixups.)
Free Printable Letter L Worksheets
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Letter L Worksheets – Q & A
1. What four letter words start with L for kids?
Long, look, last, lamp, land, like, lake, lady, lane, logo, lava, luck, loud, lean, lion, lily, leak, limb, lace, loaf, loom, lick, and lump.
2. Can you name some objects that begin with letter L?
Lamp, lark, lemon, and ladder. For more items that begin with L, check out the Full List of Objects that Start with L!
3. Where can I find a huge list of words that begin with L?
For a huge list of words that begin with L, check out this L Words for Kids page!
4. Where can I find letter L worksheets for toddlers?
This free letter L learning pack works good with toddlers as well! The coloring and pencil practice is great for dexterity and building fine motor skills while introducing the letter and sound of L.