Winter is quickly approaching and it’s the time of year for…baking!
At least for me.
Whenever it gets cold outside, I’m ready to start baking cookies, cupcakes, muffins, and whatever else I can think of.
Of course, I also have the problem of eating them all, but that’s another story.
To keep early learners practicing their alphabet recognition skills over the winter, I thought it would be fun to share a set of cupcake and cookie alphabet worksheets!
These are filled with ways to practice letter recognition that are fun for little ones!
They’d be excellent for literacy centers or take-home packets over winter break in preschool or kindergarten too.
Read on to see how to get your copy of each – free!
And for more ways to teach early literacy skills, don’t miss my Winter Alphabet and Number Playdough Mats!
Sweet Treats! Cupcake and Cookie Alphabet Worksheets
To use these cupcake and cookie alphabet worksheets, you’ll need the following: (This post contains affiliate links. For details, see our Disclosure Policy.)
- Printer (with ink)
- Printer paper
- Crayons or washable markers
- Child-safe scissors
- Glue stick
- Laminator (good if using these at literacy centers)
Each of these alphabet worksheet packs includes six activities.
First, students will fill in the missing letters to complete the entire alphabet.
Then, they can use crayons to complete the color by alphabet worksheet. The cookie worksheet set features a cookie-themed color by alphabet page.
The cupcake worksheet set has a cupcake-themed activity instead.
They can also cut out matching lowercase letters to glue next to the correct uppercase letters.
Plus, a tracing page for the entire alphabet is included.
The alphabet maze lets students find their way to the finish by following the uppercase and lowercase letter A.
Finally, they can use the letters they’ve practiced to write their name in several colors.
If you’re using a cupcake or cookie theme at any point this school year, these would be a perfect match!
If you plan to use these alphabet worksheets at literacy centers, be sure to laminate them first. Then students can reuse them with dry erase markers or crayons.
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