Alphabet recognition means the ability to name each letter and match each letter with its written form, both upper and lower cases, both in and out of order. Alphabet recognition associates the spoken language with the printed text, and it is the foundation of reading and writing. By the age of 3 to 4 years, most kids start to learn to identify letters, and it is the very first skill they should master when they begin to read. This worksheet provides outlines of the alphabet letters from A to Z in both upper and lower cases. Parents could use it to introduce the letters to the kids. Kids could learn the shapes of the letters by filling and painting individual ones.