Fill In The Missing Uppercase And Lowercase Letters

This printable worksheet is a good way to help children distinguish between the lowercase and uppercase forms of letters. This sheet is appropriate for kindergarteners and preschoolers. Besides, the worksheet would also help children develop their sequencing and problem solving skills.

What are uppercase and lowercase letters?

Uppercase letters are also called capital letters. They are the tall and big letters used at the beginning of a sentence or a name.
For example, in the name John, the letter “J” is an uppercase letter.

Lowercase letters are also called small letters. They are the short and small letters that do not begin a sentence or a name.
For example, in the name John, the letters “ohn” are in lowercase.

How can I teach uppercase and lowercase letters to my children?

Teaching uppercase and lowercase letters to kindergarteners and preschoolers may seem straightforward, but some letters that look similar may confuse them. For example, K and k, O and o, or C and c may look similar to children, and they may often fail to distinguish between the two forms.

This activity involves matching the uppercase and lowercase letters. It will help your children understand the difference between uppercase and lowercase letters and identify each pair. After your children have matched the letters, you could ask them to trace the letters to develop their letter formation and handwriting skills.

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