Early finishers will have a blast solving this mystery image worksheet. Have the kids identify the upper case letter L and lower case letter l and color them according to the color key on each of the worksheets. As they work their way through the grid, coloring the boxes a hidden letter will start to appear on each of the two worksheets.
The set includes 2 worksheets and is a perfect material for early finishers, morning wok, or as fun homework.
Each page includes one huge letter L – an uppercase letter and a lowercase letter L. L is for leaf, and after the kids find all the L’s and l’s, they can color the leaves however they want and at the same time think about other objects that start with the letter L.
Cut and paste the huge whale, old log, tasty looking apple, big lock, the shining lamp, fallen leaf, hot son, and a cute watering can. These alphabet worksheets focus on the L beginning sound.
Log, lock, lamp, and leaf go into the letter L column. As they identify the images – log, lock, lamp, and leaf, let them say the words out loud and ask them to identify the beginning sound – l is for log, l is for a lock, l is for a lamp, and l is for a leaf.
Whale, apple, sun, and watering can go into the not letter L column. Ask them what the beginning sounds are for the whale, apple, sun, and watering can
The second sheet is all about sorting letters.
Uncover a hidden path that leads from the ladybug all the way to the caterpillar – all you have to do is follow the letters L. Draw a line, color the boxes or even use stickers to solve this letter L worksheet. These fun mazes will help your little learners with letter recognition, they are a nice addition to the letter of the week and they can be used to give to students to solve at home. Easy and fun.
L is for leaf! Review the letter L with these letter L worksheets. Practice tracing words leaf, log, lamp, trace the letters L and work on beginning sounds.
There are two worksheets in this letter L review worksheets set.
On the first page, you will find:
Big lower case and upper case letter L along with a leaf
Letter tracing practice
Find the letter L
Word tracing: leaf, log, and lamp.
On the second page, you will find:
Big lower case and upper case letter L along with writing directions
Letter L writing practice
Beginning sound practice – images of lamp, leaf, ghost, rocket, and kids need to color in the pictures starting with the letter L.
Working on the whole alphabet at the same time? Grab this resource as a handy alphabet bundle here.
Trace the letter L! But first, warm up your kid’s hands by having them draw a ladder. Or a lamp, lion, log, ladybug, lobster, leaf, lock, lamb, lemon, lizard or anything else that starts with the letter L.
Two worksheets in this set, lower case L and upper case L.
Learning to write letters can be tough so it’s best to make the process fun. We think these draw and trace letter L worksheets make the letter L fun to write.
Instruct the kids to think about what objects start with the letter L and ask them to draw one. Once they have drawn their masterpiece, have them move forward to tracing the letter L.
If L is your letter of the week, this set of alphabet worksheets will be a nice addition to it. Cutting and pasting makes this more of an activity sheet than it does a worksheet and we are sure your kids will enjoy the process.
The aim of these letter L worksheets is to build the letter L (both upper case L and lower case L). Each letter has it’s own 4 piece puzzle, one of the pieces is already in place and your young learners need to cut and paste the remaining 3 pieces (per puzzle) into the correct place. Once they have correctly put together the letters L they can also color in the letter outline.
Pine trees and women silhouettes make L’s and l’s easy with our letter L worksheets.
Two images to uncover, the big evergreen pine tree and a silhouette of a woman, all by solving this letter l color by code worksheet.
On the first sheet, kids will color the L’s red and l’s green. An image of a big pine tree will show.
On the second one, the L’s are pink and the l’s yellow, revealing a silhouette of a woman. Letter L Alphabet worksheets with a green pine tree and a pink woman’s silhouette await you.
Trace the words leaf and lamp along with a bunch of L’s and l’s with this set of letter L tracing worksheets.
The fallen leaf and a new super shiny lamp make this set of letter L alphabet worksheet more engaging.
Trace capital L’s and the capitalized word LEAF as well as lower case letter L by tracing l’s and the word lamp.
Once done tracing kids can color the fallen leaf and a new super shiny lamp image (green, yellow or brown for the leaf, and black and yellow for the lamp, or any other color).
Working on ABC’s? These fun letter L worksheets will help your students with their letter formation and pre-writing skills.
The alphabet worksheets are perfect for kindergarten, preschool and older kids who need some writing practice.
On the first one, kids need to identify and color the objects starting with letter L. Log, leaf, lock, lamp are to be colored (although the lock can be skipped – keylock). Ice skates, book, zipper, panda and eggplant remain uncolored.
The second page is a nice introduction to upper and lowercase letters. Young learners will trace the letters and the word “lizard” at the bottom of the page.
Continue to the third page, where you’ll find a bunch of letters – kids need to circle all the L’s they can find.
The following page is a color by letter worksheet – color all the areas that include letter L with a green crayon or marker to reveal the hidden image.
Students need to solve a letter maze on the fifth worksheet and draw the line from start to finish throughout all the “L’s” and “l’s”
On the next page, they will be tracing an uppercase letter L, and try to write it on their own in the blank row at the bottom.
Continue to the lowercase letter L and do the same, trace and encourage kids to write the letter by themselves.
On the last page of this alphabet worksheets set, there are 3 simple sentences. Kids need to find all the L’s and color them with their best crayons.