We are quickly moving through the alphabet and I can’t believe we’re already at letter Q worksheets.
We already did the letter P. And now we have even more worksheets that can be a great addition to hands on learning.
Letter Q Worksheets
Q is for queen, quail, question mark… And for all sorts of other quirky things! These worksheets will be perfect for a quiet afternoon!
These 8 alphabet worksheets of differing levels of difficulty to teach younger children the letter Q. They will be learning an uppercase letter, lowercase letter, tracing letter worksheets, and coloring sheets.
The Letter Q Worksheets for Kids set includes:
- 4 pages of upper and lower case tracing with pictures to color.
- 1 page of tracing words (starting with letter Q).
- 2 pages of Q beginning sound activities – one page to color the images of objects that start with Q and one to circle the correct images.
- 1 letter Q coloring page.
Upper Case Letter Q Tracing Worksheets
These letter Q tracing worksheets are awesome! We created two Capital Letter Q tracing pages which are great for practicing uppercase Q on the dotted lines.
This one features question marks! Things we use at the end of sentences to ask a question. You could slip a grammar lesson in here too! The other worksheet has a cute picture of a quail.
Both sheets of course helps you practice your letters, but they double as coloring sheets as well. Tracing worksheets help with letter recognition and early writing skills.
Lowercase Q Tracing Pages
We also have 2 lower case q tracing pages. They’re very similar to the uppercase tracing pages.
This one has a little quail on it, while the other worksheet has a picture of question marks.
These also double as coloring sheets. The different tracing worksheets were designed to help young learns recognize the difference between capital letters and lowercase letters.
Letter Q Coloring Page Worksheet
This is such a cute coloring page. It depicts the letter Q and has a quail in the middle of it! Coloring practice worksheets are such a great way to learn and reinforce the lesson.
Objects That Begin With The Letter Q Coloring Page
You’ll need some coloring supplies for this printable worksheet which allows preschoolers and kindergarteners to color all the objects that start with the letter q.
Hmm, what should they color? Well, there is a question mark and quail. Is there another one? This practice sheet is a little tougher. You don’t have the help of seeing the words, but this is a great exercise to learn the letter sound.
Circle The Objects That Start With Q Worksheet
Your child will be circling the items that start with the letter Q! This would be a good time to learn letter sounds since they’ll be looking for all the pictures that start with the letter Q.
While this educational activity may be a little more difficult, it is still a lot of fun! So grab your pencil and circle the: question mark, quail, and hmm….what’s that on the card? A queen!
Trace The Q Words Worksheet
Grab a pen! You’ll need it with this fun preschool and kindergarten worksheet. Your child will be tracing the words that start with Q. Each word has a picture next to it so the reader can connect the letter and related word.
Plus, it is great practice for fine motor skills as well! A little harder, but still a great activity worksheet.
Download Letter Q Preschooler Worksheets Here:
More Fun Alphabet Activities & Preschool Printables
We have even more activities and printables you’ll love!
- Once you are done learning it’s time for play and these animal printables will be more than perfect for just that.
- Also check this cute veterinary pretend play printable set as it will let your kids open up their own (pretend) veterinary office.
- And for some creative and stress free coloring also check these abstract coloring pages – they take coloring pages to a whole new level.
Crafts That Start With The Letter Q
Don’t worry! Q may be one of those letters that not a lot of common words start with, but we still have letter Q crafts you will love!
Did your kids have fun with these free printable Q preschool sheets? Did they have a favorite one?