Hidden Letter A Worksheets

Can your students or kids tell the difference between the uppercase letter A and lowercase letter a? This fun hidden image worksheet set will have them practice their letter A recognition as they have to color all the capital letters A with one color and lowercase letters a with another.

As they color through the grid of letters a hidden image will appear – on the first sheet from this set they will find a hidden capital letter A and on the other one a lowercase letter a.

These are a fun way to practice letter recognition.

Printable Hidden Image Letter A Worksheets

Find the Letter A Worksheets

Start learning the letters of the alphabet with a letter hunt. These find the letter A worksheets are a great way to strengthen the important letter recognition skills and they focus entirely on letter A.

The set includes two pages – one with an uppercase letter A and one with a lowercase letter A.

On each page, there is an outline of the letter A, that has a bunch of different letters inside of it.

Kids need to find all the A’s and a’s and circle them with a marker. A is for apple, so kids can color all the apples they see with red, green or in any other color, they see fit.

Find the Letter A Worksheets for Kids

Cut and Paste Letter A Worksheets

Cut and paste the yummy apple, steel anchor, pretty angel, a sharp axe, a white igloo, a busy bee, small mouse, and mighty crab. These alphabet worksheets focus on the A beginning sound.

Apple, anchor, angel, and axe go into the letter A column. As they identify the images – apple, anchor, angel, and axe, let them say the words out loud and ask them to identify the beginning sound – A for apple, a for anchor, a for angel, and a for an axe.

Crab, mouse, igloo, and bee go into the not letter A column. Ask them what the beginning sounds are for the words crab, mouse, igloo, and bee.

The second sheet is all about sorting letters.

Cut and Paste Letter A Worksheets for Kids

Letter A Mazes

Letter A Mazes

Lead the friendly little ladybug to her caterpillar friend. Follow the path of letters A to find your way through this letter A maze. This maze worksheet is great to practice letter recognition, so if you are working on letter A, these are a must.

These letter A worksheets are great to give to your kids as morning work when A is your letter of the week or to give your kids some easy and fun homework.

Three worksheets in this set, one for uppercase A, one for lower case A and one with a mix of both.

Letter A Mazes for Kids - Alphabet Worksheets

Review the Letter A Worksheets

A is for apple! Review the letter A with these letter A worksheets. Practice tracing words apple, anchor, axe, trace the letters A and work on beginning sounds.

Two pages included with many different exercises.

Page 1:
Big lower case and upper case letter A along with an apple
Letter tracing practice
Find the letter A
Word tracing: apple, anchor, and axe

Page 2:
Big lower case and upper case letter A along with writing directions
Letter A writing practice
Beginning sound practice – images of apple, axe, pencil, and net, and kids need to color in the pictures starting with letter A.

Working on the whole alphabet at the same time? Grab this resource as a handy alphabet bundle here.

Letter A Worksheets - Alphabet Worksheets

Draw and Trace Letter A Worksheets

Trace the letter A! But first, warm up your kid’s hands by having them draw an apple.

Or an ape, axe, apricot, astronaut, anchor, actor, alligator, acorn, antelope or anything else that starts with the letter A.

Two alphabet worksheets in this set, upper case A and lower case A.

These Draw and Trace Letter A Worksheets encourage your kids to use their imagination and practice writing at the same time.

Drawing is a wonderful way to warm up the hands for stress-free letter writing.

Draw and Trace Letter A Worksheets for Kids

Cut and Paste a Letter A Worksheets

Cut and Paste Build a Letter a Worksheets

If you are doing the letter of the week, these alphabet worksheets make a wonderful introduction to the letter A. Cutting and pasting makes learning a whole lot more fun and with this letter A worksheet your kids will be putting together a letter puzzle. The letter A (both upper case and lower case letter) is divided into 4 parts, one of them already on the puzzle and kids need to complete the picture of the letter by cutting and pasting the remaining 3 parts of the puzzle.

A wonderful and engaging worksheet that can also be used as a letter A craftivity.

Cut and Paste Letter A Worksheets


Letter A Color by Letter Worksheets

Stars and fish make A’s and a’s easy with our letter A worksheets.

Two images to uncover, the bright five-pointed star and two cute little tropical fish, all by solving this letter a color by code worksheet.

On the first sheet, kids will color the A’s yellow and a’s black. An image of a bright yellow star will show.
On the second one, the A’s are blue and the a’s orange, revealing two pretty looking fish. Letter A Alphabet worksheets with a yellow star and orange fish await you.

Letter A Color by Letter Worksheets

Letter A Tracing Worksheets

Letter A Tracing Worksheets for Kindergarten

Trace the words apple and axe along with a bunch of A’s and a’s with this set of the letter A tracing worksheets.

The super tasty looking apple and a wood chopping axe make this set of the letter A alphabet worksheet more engaging.

Trace capital A’s and the capitalized word APPLE as well as lower case letter a and the word axe. Once done tracing kids can color the juicy apple and a chopping axe image (red, yellow or green for the apple and red and yellow for the axe, or any other color).


Letter A Worksheets

Letter A Alphabet Worksheets for Kindergarten

Learn the first letter of the alphabet with this fun alphabet letter A worksheet set. The set is all about the letter A and is suitable for preschool and kindergarten and all the kids who need to practice ABC’s.

There are 8 pages included in this set.

On the first one alphabet worksheet from the set, students need to find all the images that begin with the letter A and color them.

The second worksheet focuses on tracing both capital and lower case A.

On the third page, kids have to circle all the letters A – great for letter recognition.

The next one will give kids more letter recognition practice as they solve the color by code worksheet, kids need to find all the lowercase and uppercase letters and color those sections with their given color.

On the fourth page, children need to solve a maze by following the letter A all the way to the finish.

The next two pages are all about tracing and learning to write the uppercase and lowercase letter A.

And on the last one, kids need to color all the A letters they can find the sentences.

Letter A Alphabet Worksheets