Alphabet recognition is the ability to name each alphabet letter and match each letter with its written form, both in upper and in lower cases. Alphabet recognition is a very important pre-reading and pre-writing activity, laying the foundation for literacy development. By the age of 2 to 3 years, most kids start to learn to identify letters, and between 4 and 5 years kids should be able to identify most alphabet letters. Mastery of alphabet letters is the very first skill kids should develop before they begin to read and write.
This worksheet provides colorful alphabet letters from A to Z, in both upper and lower cases. Parents can use this to introduce letters, and teach their kids recognizing letters. The letters are presented in a variety of colors, which will quickly engage your kids and help them learn quickly.