These well crafted worksheets give students a chance to trace the alphabet, try writing on their own, and do a simple dot-to-dot exercise. Hand them out as weekly homework to steadily build students English writing skills and confidence.

ABC Worksheets


  • Simple, clear title
  • Place for name
  • Fading trace letters
  • Upper and lower-case letters included
  • Words written in lower case (as is normal with English)
  • One proper noun to include normal upper case use (eg. Brazil)
  • Dot-to-dot with images so students can connect written word to visual
  • Two pages per file for duplex printing
  • Pages offset to allow for hole-punching
  • Full alphabet shown at bottom of page with bold to track progress. (Lower case first page, upper-case second page.)

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Each file is two worksheets (to allow for double sided printing) ready for you to print out. The first file is "A" on the front side and "B" on the reverse. Of course, you'll have to set the printer to double-sided printing but most school printers can do this.

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