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We are giving you some printable worksheet ideas for the Letter C today – there are 6 pages of them as well, so plenty ideas for a fun way for the kids to practise letter recognition either in class or at home.

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There are a few different letter c coloring pages in here, as well as letter c activities for the kids to get stuck in to. These are idea for younger children to help them with fine motor skills, as well as getting them to practise the letters of the alphabet of course.

What is included within these letter C printables

All these alphabet worksheets are designed with young children in mind, and practise both the uppercase c, and lower case letters. Perhaps you can use them for your letter of the week activities?

Here is a sample of the activities that are included within the pack:

Full contents for the pack include:

  • Free letter c worksheets: two pages of ideas for you including handwriting practise, and tracing of small letters in short CVC words,
  • Letter recognition game, getting children to color in the square with the small and capital letter Cs,
  • Letter tracing activity, including a letter C maze for the kids to try,
  • More letter recognition practice, and a letter C coloring page with various items starting with the letter to color in, and
  • Matching activity across two pages; which you can also use with a bingo dauber too to shout out words and get the kids to cover them as you shout them out. Cut out the cards on the first page, and then match them to the cut out cards on the second page. Why not do the letter sounds alongside this too, for additional learning fun?

We hope you agree that these letter C printables are rather fun; here are a few more of them for you to take a look at too.

The items in the coloring page for the Letter C are:

  • Cupcake,
  • Cat
  • Cup,
  • Car,
  • Coin,
  • Carrot, and
  • Chair.

If you want to vary the coloring pages a little; you can call the cup and trophy, and get the children to pick out the items beginning with C only to color in. They would therefore leave this one uncolored.

Another variation on the activities here is to print a number of versions of the matching game, and only give 8 cards to each child on a 2 x 4 board. You can then play Bingo; call out the words beginning with C. The first to get a full line wins, or a full house.

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