The letter I is an incredible letter to focus on for a week. You can look at insects, eat ice cream, and complete some fun letter I worksheets.
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Letter I Teaching Ideas
The first thing to do is to teach your child what the letter I can stand for. These are items such as
I is for…
- Ice cream cones
- Ice cube
Hands-0n Letter I Practice
After you’ve introduced the letter I, pull out some play dough and make play dough i’s. Then roll the playdough flat to write the letter I in the playdough using a toothpick.
Cut out pictures of items that begin with I and tape the pictures to your fridge. Create an insect sensory bin for your kids to play with. Head outside and see how many items you can find that start with the letter I.
Letter I Worksheets
Don’t forget to download some fun alphabet worksheets for the letter I that you can print from home. You can use these free resources with your preschooler, kindergartener, or early learner to add hours of fun to your study of the letter I.
Free Letter I Printable Worksheets
Be sure to scroll to the bottom of this post to gain access to our free letter I printable worksheets that includes: letter I coloring page, letter I tracing page that can also be colored, and a printable letter I poster that can be laminated for a wall chart. Also included is a find the letter I worksheet and do a dot printables.
Letter I Tracing Worksheets
Free A-Z Alphabet Tracing Worksheets | You’ll find the letters A – Z included in this set of tracing worksheets for kindergarten age students. The letter I tracing worksheets includes a picture of an ice cream cone.
Letter I Recognition Worksheets
Letter recognition worksheets make learning fun. Kids can mark the letter I with dot markers, bingo daubers, or even circle stickers.
Letter Recognition Worksheets | Your child will love learning the letter I as they practice recognizing the different letters of the alphabet in this worksheet set.
Full Alphabet Letter Recognition Printables | Use dot markers to mark a specific letter as your child masters the letter I. It’s perfect for developing visual discrimination skills.
Letter I Phonics Worksheets
Help your child learn the various sounds of the letter I with these incredible letter I phonics worksheets. These different worksheets will introduce the I letter sounds to your kids in a variety of ways.
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Letter I Cut and Paste Worksheets
Kids love cutting and pasting, and these alphabet worksheets are perfect for kids to do just that. Your kids will get extra practice mastering the letter I with these free printable worksheets.
Trace, Cut and Paste Letter I Worksheet | This trace, cut and paste alphabet worksheet gives your child the opportunity to practice writing I on dotted lines before cutting out pictures of different I words like ice cream cone, island, igloo, and ice.
Uppercase and Lowercase Cut and Paste Worksheets | Help your child learn the difference between a capital letter and a lowercase letter as they match capital and lowercase letters together in these fun kindergarten worksheets.
Letter I Find the Letter Worksheets
Help your child learn to recognize the letter I by having your kid search for the letter in this group of printable activities. This is great if you’re using a letter of the week curriculum or simply looking for some fun educational activities.
Ii Find the Letter Worksheets | Your kids will adore looking for the letter I with these paid letter search worksheets.
ABC Letter Find Printable for the Whole Alphabet | These letter identification worksheets will give your child practice finding the various letters. You can print the entire alphabet or just focus on the letter I.
Free A-Z Letter Find | These free alphabet printables will encourage your younger children to find the featured letter on each page. You can print all of the free worksheets or concentrate on just the letter I.
Letter I Missing Letter Worksheets
These no-prep worksheets will help you teach your child alphabetic order. Just fill in the missing letter and away you go.
Missing Letter Worksheets | You’ll find a nice selection of missing letter worksheets at different grade levels. Your child can work on learning alphabetical order or add the missing letter to the beginning of various words.
Missing Letters Worksheets PDF | Download this PDF file and have your child fill in the missing letter of the alphabet. It’s the perfect way for your child to master ABC order in different ways.
Fill In Missing Alphabet Letters | Can your child recognize the missing letter of the alphabet in this no prep worksheet? It’s a fabulous way to practice the alphabet.
Letter I Matching Worksheets
You’ll find a nice selection of practice sheets from having your child match upper and lower case letters to matching pictures to the appropriate letters. These are a great addition to any literacy centers you have around the house.
Alphabet Matching Worksheets | Have your child match the alphabet with the picture using these free printables. You’ll find a nice selection of worksheets to choose from.
Upper and Lower case I – L | Help your child learn to match the upper case and lower case letters I through L in this free printable letter matching worksheet.
Letter I Coloring Pages
Your kids will enjoy coloring the letter I. Give them crayons, paints, or even stickers to decorate these coloring pages.
Coloring Pages for the Letter I | Choose between an I puzzle to color, pictures of ice cream and ice cubes, and more.
Letter Activities for the Letter I
These preschool activities include free resources to bring your study of the letter I to life. You can create ice cream crafts, make a footprint iguana or play an icicle game. These ideas are great for summer learning or to supplement your studies during the school year.
16 Incredible Letter I Crafts and Activities | Are you ready for some amazing ideas to add fun to your study of the letter I? Make salt dough ice cream cones, create an igloo village, or try out an insect craft.
Letter I Activities and Fun Ideas for Kids | Play inchworms with your kids, make an insect zoo, or more with these fun letter I activities for kids.
15 Simple Letter I Crafts and Activities | Try making an ice cube letter I or an insect sensory bin. These simple letter I crafts and activities will be a hit with your kids.
Letter I Dot Marker Printables
Dot marker printables are so much fun for children to complete. You can find different layouts. Then hand your child dot markers, stickers, or bingo markers and let your child artistically decorate the letter I do a dot worksheets.
Free Alphabet Dot Marker Printables Letters I – N | These free alphabet dot marker printables focus on the letters I through N. You can print the entire set or just focus on the letter I.
Letter I Do-A-Dot Printables – Uppercase and Lowercase | Your kids will love marking up these letter I Do-A-Dot printables. You can even put them in a page protector and then use dry-erase markers. Just wipe the page protector clean and let your child decorate the worksheets again.
Alphabet Spot and Dot: Free Do-A-Dot Printables | Can your child spot the I in these alphabet spot and dot pages? This set includes the entire alphabet for you to use to your heart’s content.
Download Letter I Printables
We have created a free Letter I Printables Worksheet Pack that you can use to teach your little ones the letter I. 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.
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