Top 10 Letter A Coloring Pages For Your Little Ones

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Are you looking for an activity that would engage your active kid for a substantial span of time? How about opting for a coloring session?

Coloring pages are a great way to enhance your kid’s coloring skills. You can teach him all about colors and also make sure that he learns some interesting facts and figures through the activity.

Letter A Coloring Pages For Preschoolers

The best way to make studies interesting for your kid is to use the medium of colors. Teach your kid to recognize letters of the alphabet drawn on various coloring pages. He will be sure to love them!

Here is a collection of ten letter a coloring worksheets for your kid to color and enjoy:

1. The Simple A:

This is the perfect coloring page to start with.

Help your kid recognize the letter in its simplest form and then color it in his or her favorite color. This is a great way to teach your kid the first letter of the alphabet sequence.

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2. A For Acorn:

This is a fun filled coloring page that includes Elmo, your kid’s favorite puppet! What can be a better way to make your kid learn his or her alphabets?

This great coloring page features acorns to tell your kid how the alphabet is used in forming names and words.

3. A Is Big And Small:

Introduce your kid to the first letter of the twenty six alphabets. This coloring page has both the upper case and the lower case alphabet. Since both the cases of the letter are on the same page, it helps your kid to learn faster.

Get your kid to color the letters in complementary colors to teach him the correct color combinations!

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4. The Artsy A:

This coloring page has the letter A presented in a very artistically attractive manner. The leaves and butterflies surrounding the letter are bound to intrigue your kid into coloring the letter brightly.

It would also affix the letter in his mind. Mission accomplished!

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5. The Upper Case A:

This letter ‘A’ coloring page is helpful in teaching your kid recognize the letter in its upper case. Help your little one color this page and then, put it up as a poster on the walls of his room.

It would help your kid to remember better!

6. ‘A’ Stands for Ant! :

This coloring page gives your kid another use of the letter A.

Once your kid starts recognizing the alphabet, teach him its use with this coloring page where the funny and friendly ant presents the letter to your child for coloring up!

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7. A Is Also For Apple:

The very first thing that the letter A is associated with is an apple. This coloring page affirms it and it is a great way to help your kid learn this as well.

After he finishes coloring, treat him to some tasty apple pie for the hard work!

8. A Is An Important Letter:

Have fun with your kid while he colors this page. This coloring page features the alphabet along with all the three different objects whose names start with A.

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9. The Lower Case A:

This coloring page features the alphabet A in its lower case. Coloring it up will help your kid to recognize the alphabet in this form!

10. The Bloated Funny A:

This coloring page features the letter A in balloon font. It is easy to color and is sure to give your kid a good laugh!

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This set is our collection of free printable letter a coloring pages. If you have a different set, we would love to see them. Do share them with us!

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