Are you studying the letter J with your young children? It’s a fun letter of the alphabet to study. You can jump around the house, eat jelly beans, and complete some awesome letter J worksheets.
This post is part of the Alphabet Letter Printables Series
Letter J Teaching Ideas
You’ll find a bunch of fun ideas that begin with the letter J. Use them to introduce the letter to your kids.
Try these to start:
- J is for jellybean
- J is for jaguar
- J is for jungle
- J is for jewel
- J is for jump
Hands-On Letter J Practice
Create a sensory bin of sand and fill it with jungle creatures, jewels, and junk for your kids to play with. Pull out the magnetic letters and put the letter J in a prominent spot.
Make a jungle collage for the letter J. Rummage through magazines to pick out pictures of items that begin with the letter J or belong in a jungle.
Sing the alphabet song and jump when you reach the letter J. Jump around the yard shouting out J words. Drink juice and eat jellybeans.
Most importantly, have fun studying the letter J with your kids.
Letter J Worksheets
You’ll find a fantastic list of free letter J resources that you can use to teach your children about the letter J. Try printing up the worksheets and putting them in a 3 ring binder. You can also place them in a page protector to use again and again. Just don’t forget to browse these resources to find the perfect printables for you and your kids.
Free Letter J Printable Worksheets
Be sure to scroll to the bottom of this post to gain access to our free letter J printable worksheets that includes: letter J coloring page, letter J tracing page that can also be colored, and a printable letter J poster that can be laminated for a wall chart. Also included is a find the letter J worksheet and do a dot printables.
Letter J Tracing Worksheets
Tracing the Letter J | Tracing the upper and lowercase J is a great way to develop fine motor skills in your younger children.
Free Printable Letter J Worksheet (J is for Jellyfish) | This cute J is for Jellyfish letter tracing sheet is a fun way to teach your children letter formation.
Letter J Recognition Worksheets
These free printable worksheets work on letter identification of the letter J. Kids can practice searching for the letter J in a variety of ways.
Letter J Recognition Worksheet | This letter recognition worksheet has kids filling out the missing letter J in letter J words and then coloring the corresponding picture.
Letter J Recognition and Phonics Worksheet | Preschool kids and kindergarten students can color the letter J on this worksheet, color pictures that begin with the letter J, and draw lines to connect the letter J.
Letter J Recognition Worksheet | Have your child hunt for the letter J. It’s a great practice for identifying the letter J.
Letter J Phonics Worksheets
These printable letter J worksheets are a fun way to introduce letter sounds to your children. Your child can trace, color, and circle words that begin with the letter J.
Free Letter J Phonics Worksheet – Beginning Sounds | This is another fun worksheet for children who are beginning to learn their letter sounds.
Letter J Cut and Paste Worksheets
Kids love cutting and pasting. These fantastic printable letter J worksheets will give your child practice cutting and pasting while learning all about the letter J.
Cut and Paste Letter J | This practice sheet has your child finding the pictures that begin with the letter J, cutting them out, and pasting them into the letter J house.
Letter J Find the Letter Worksheets
Finding the letter J among other letters of the alphabet is a great way to help your child master letter identification. You can give your child a dot marker, stickers, or crayons to mark the letters as they’re found.
Color the Squares with the Letter J | Color the squares that contain the letter J.
Find and Color Letter Jj | See if your kid can find the capital J and the small letter J on this fun worksheet.
Letter J Missing Letter Worksheets
Filling in the missing letter is a great way to begin reading words or mastering the alphabet. All your child has to do is fill in the missing letter of the alphabet to complete these worksheets.
Fill In the Missing Letter J Worksheet | Fill in the missing letter J at the beginning of these letter J words.
Missing Letters F-J | Fill in the missing letter in these words that begin with the letters F – J.
Write the Missing Letter | Write the missing letters of the alphabet as your child completes these ABC charts.
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Letter J Matching Worksheets
These letter matching worksheets focus on having your child identify the beginning sound of the picture and match it to the correct letter of the alphabet. It’s a great way to practice phonics with younger children.
Picture Letter Match: Letter J Worksheet | This worksheet has your child matching the picture to the uppercase letters or lower case letters. It’s a great way to get started on phonemic awareness.
Letter – Sound Matching Activity Sheets Letters J-K-L | These sound matching activity sheets has your child working with the letters J, K, and L. Your child will connect the beginning sound with the appropriate letter.
Matching Letters to Pictures F – J | This is another fantastic resource to use to help your child connect the letter sound to the letters of the alphabet.
Letter J Coloring Pages
These letter J coloring pages are fun for younger and older kids alike. You’ll find detailed pictures to print along with simple pictures making it possible to find the perfect coloring page for each child in your family.
Letter J Coloring Pages | You’ll find a lovely collection of coloring pages that range from J is for Jewelry, Jam, Jeep, among other options.
Letter J Coloring Pages | There’s a detailed J for older kids and adults to color, a simple J that’s appropriate for toddlers, and everything in between.
Letter Activities for the Letter J
Letter J activities are a great way to round out your study of the letter J. You can complete fun letter J crafts, jump around the house, or make a handprint jellyfish. So check out these fantastic resources and complete some fun crafts that are appropriate for a kindergarten class.
15 Jovial Letter J Crafts and Activities | These jovial letter J crafts include making a variety of jellyfish, jaguars, or jungle crafts. Take your pick among the many fun options to complete.
19 Letter J Activities for Preschoolers | You’ll find a fun selection of activities such as jelly bean science, J is for Jesus printables, and a J is for Junk Jar activity.
Letter J Activities & Fun Ideas for Kids | Paint with jello, estimate jelly beans in a jar, make jack-o-lanterns, and more. You’ll find a wonderful collection of activities you can use to supplement your study of the letter J.
Letter J Dot Marker Printables
Dot marker worksheets are fun printable activities to complete with your kids. You can cover the worksheets in dots, stickers, Bingo markers, paint, or candy. Whatever you choose, you know it will be tons of fun for you and your child.
Dot Art Letter J | This is a simple letter J for your children to decorate to their hearts’ content.
Set of Letter J “10 Free Dot Markers Coloring Pages” | You’ll find a lovely set of dot marker coloring pages for your kids to complete. Some feature a large letter J, others have you searching for the letter J on a page of letters, while still others feature a J is for Jellyfish to decorate.
Free Letter J Printable Do A Dot Pages | These versatile letter J Do-a-Dot pages are a great addition to your study of the letter J.
Download Letter J Printables
We have created a free Letter J Printables Worksheet Pack that you can use to teach your little ones the letter J. Print off as many copies as you need for children in your household and use over and over again for alphabet learning practice.
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Sara Dennis is a veteran homeschool mom of six who’s still homeschooling her two youngest kids after the older four have graduated, entered college, and moved on to adult life. She blogs at Classically Homeschooling.