Young learners will work on foundational skills with these preschool Letter I worksheets. They’ll practice letter recognition, handwriting, and beginning sounds.
This set of Letter I worksheets is perfect for use at home and in the classroom. Add them to your upcoming alphabet lessons or literacy centers to focus on the letter I, how the letter is formed, and the short i sound.
These print-and-go activity sheets will make learning fun and engaging.
These preschool alphabet worksheets are perfect for kids ages 3-6. There are activities that touch on a variety of literacy and motor skills making them a fun addition to your lessons.
So what are you waiting for? Download these worksheets today and get started on some fun learning!
Teaching the Letter I
The letter “i” can be a lot of fun to learn with preschoolers. Here are a few ideas to get you started:
Have your child find objects around the room that start with the letter “i”. This can be a fun game that gets them excited about learning their letters.
Make an “i” book. Have your child draw or cut out pictures of things that start with the letter “i” and dictate a sentence about each one.
Play “I Spy”. This classic game is a great way to help kids learn their letters. Give them clues that describe something that starts with the letter “i” and see if they can guess what it is.
Sing the alphabet song. The letter “i” is one of the 26 letters in the alphabet, so it’s a good idea to sing it often!
Practice writing the letter “i”. Help your child trace the letter repeatedly until they feel comfortable writing it on their own.
Preschool Letter I Worksheets
Because these worksheets are print and go, they are perfect for busy moms and preschool teachers. There is no prep-work involved.
This pack of printable includes a variety of literacy practice pages designed for preschoolers. However, they can be used with slightly older children who need a little extra practice.
There are a total of ten worksheets covering the following skills:
- Letter formation
- Motor skills
- and more!
Teach the Letter I
The first three pages in this pack focus on letter recognition, handwriting, and beginning sounds. Kids will trace uppercase and lowercase Ii’s before writing them on their own. They’ll then color images of objects that begin with the short i sound.
Letter I Activities
The next seven pages include activities to reinforce letter recognition and handwriting practice while strengthening motor skills.
You’ll receive the following Letter I activity pages:
- Color by Number: I is for iguana.
- Finish the picture: I is for igloo.
- Trace the picture: I is for igloo.
- Q-tip painting: I is for inchworm.
- Scissor practice: I is for invitation.
- Do-a-dot fun: I is for insects.
- Connect the dots: I is for infant.
Letter Ii Worksheets for Preschoolers
Do you need more Letter Ii worksheets for your preschoolers? Check out the worksheets below to see which ones fit your needs.
- Letter I Tracing Worksheets from Homeschool Preschool
- Find the Letter: I is for Iguana Worksheets from 3 Boys and a Dog
- Letter I Worksheets from Kids Activities Blog
- Letter I Worksheets from Easy Peasy Learners
Letter I Picture Books
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Letter I Resources
This insect count and graph activity pack is a great way for preschoolers to practice counting and graphing skills within your spring and summer lessons!
Add this gorgeous wooden igloo to your small world play area, and kids can act out arctic scenes.
If your preschoolers enjoyed the q-tip painting page in this freebie pack, you don’t want to miss this set of printable Letter I q-tip crafts.