P is one of my favorite letters – you know, cake, pancakes, pretzels .. it was hard not to think about it when I was making these Letter P worksheets. The last time we learned the letter O
Learn to write is a big deal for every child, so let’s help them out as best we can!
Letter P worksheets
P stands for pig, pirate, pumpkin … P also stands for patience and courtesy – two qualities we hope all can be our children when the situation calls for it.
So we have 8 alphabet worksheets of varying degrees of difficulty to help teach younger kids the letter P.
You will learn an uppercase letter, a lowercase letter, worksheets for tracing letters and coloring pages.
The Letter P Worksheets for Kids Set includes:
- 4 pages in upper and lower case with pictures to color in.
- 1 page for tracing words (starting with the letter P).
- 2 pages of P initial sound activities – one page to color in the pictures of objects that start with P and one to circling the correct pictures (there is a picture with the planet earth so it is correct whether children circling that or not both) .
- 1 letter P for coloring
Worksheets for tracing uppercase P
We love these worksheets for keeping track of the letter P! These two capital letter P drawing sides are great for practicing capital P on the dotted lines.
This one features a sweet little peacock while the other depicts a pig. Both sheets will of course help you practice your letters, but they also double as coloring sheets. Tracing worksheets help with letter recognition and early writing skills.
P-tracing pages in lower case
We also have 2 P-character pages in lower case, or as my daughter calls it, one lower case letter. They are very similar to the uppercase tracing pages.
This shows the pig, while the latter shows a cute little peacock. These also serve as coloring pages. The various tracing worksheets are designed to help young learners tell the difference between uppercase and lowercase letters.
Letter P coloring worksheet
This is such a cute coloring page. It shows the letter P, but also pumpkins! Coloring exercise worksheets are a great way to learn and reinforce the lesson.
Objects That Start With The Letter P coloring page
Grab your painting supplies! You will need them for this printable worksheet that preschool and kindergarten kids can use to color in any object that starts with the letter P.
Hmm, what should they dye? Well, there’s a pumpkin, pig…. and a peacock! We found them all.
This exercise sheet is a little more difficult. You don’t have the help of seeing the words, but this is a great exercise for learning the sound of letters.
Circle the objects that start with P. Worksheet
This is a harder worksheet! Your child will circle the objects that start with the letter P! This would be a good time to start learning letter sounds as you are looking for all pictures that start with the letter P.
While this educational activity may be a little more difficult, it’s still great fun! So grab your pencil and circle that: pig, pumpkin … and I think I miss one!
Keep track of the P-Words worksheet
Don’t put your pencil away yet, you are going to need it with this fun preschool and kindergarten worksheet. Your child will trace the words that begin with P. Each word has a picture next to it so that the reader can connect the letter and the corresponding word.
It’s also a great fine motor exercise! A little more difficult but still a great worksheet.
Download Letter P Worksheets for Preschoolers here:
More fun alphabet activities and preschool printables
Would you like more fun printables and preschool activities? Then check out these!
Crafts that begin with the letter P.
P is full of fun things! Pigs, peacocks, pretzels, puns, all of these things are so great … and so are these crafts!
- Grab a foam cup and make this piggy! He is pink, has slouches and a pink wavy tail.
- These are so adorable! Turn Oreos into a pink pig with big eyes and a great big smiley face. This is the best snack ever!
- Learn the letter P with more crafts and activities.
Did your kids have fun with these free printable P preschool sheets? Did you have a favorite?