These 30 free printable letter P Alphabet worksheets however are so much more than the boring worksheets we had as kids. While we don’t recommend a letter of the week curriculum, the letter P worksheets for preschoolers are a hands on group of letter recognition worksheets that prepare our kids for reading and writing. They also provide engaging, hands-on tactics for authentic work.

Free printable letter P alphabet worksheets

Recommended Grade Level:

Printable Letter P Worksheets Supplies:

  • Printer/Ink
  • Laminating Supplies (optional)
  • Scissors
  • Glue Stick
  • Crayon/Pencil
  • Dot Marker
  • Dice

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Free Printable Letter P Alphabet Worksheets Kids Love!

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  • What letters look like the letter P?
  • How can I use lines and curves to write the letter P?
  • How does a capital letter P look different than a lowercase p?
  • Why are the three lines important for tracing or writing letters?

The letter tracing worksheets (free) can be used for preschool and/or Kindergarten students. The BEST part is when you laminate the printable activities you can reuse them time and time again.

The free letter tracing worksheets will allow your child to practice skill such as:

  • Tracing uppercase and lowercase letters
  • Independently writing upper and lowercase letters
  • Sorting letters and letter sounds
  • Reading simple sight words and sentences
  • Roll (dice), count, and write
  • Fine motor skills with dot the letter

I love all of the differentiation in the tracing letter worksheets! Using multiple ways of teaching and learning there are many great ways for kids to learn and have fun!

Need additional materials for writing centers? I’ve got you covered! Have a child that needs extra practice with fine motor skills? Look no further!

In addition to learning about letters and letter formation here are some more ideas for what you can teach about using the preschool letter worksheets:

  • What other things start with the letter P?
  • What other letters have a curve like P?
  • How many P’s did you count? Can you find and color them?
  • Can you show me how your mouth moves when you say “P”? Describe that to me.
  • What’s the next letter of the alphabet?

Letter Recognition with Free Printable Letter P Alphabet Worksheets

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  • How do I best sort the pictures of things that do and do not start with the ‘P’ sound?
  • What materials can I use to create a letter P?
  • Can you tell the difference between the letter B and the letter P? How do they look the same? How are they different?

Benefits of Using the Letter P Alphabet Worksheets

Kids enjoy writing like ‘big kids’ or grownups but, there are so many other reasons you should do practice writing activities with your child.

Getting the Alphabet Basics Down: Alphabet worksheets give you 30 fun ways to learn the ABCs – the building blocks of language. They set kids up with a strong foundation for reading, writing, and talking.

Opportunities to Practice: Our 30 free printable alphabet worksheets are kind of like a secret weapon for nailing down letters, sounds, and how they look. Doing the same thing in different ways helps you really get the hang of it.

School Readiness: Before you even step into a classroom, these alphabet worksheets can get you prepped and pumped. They boost your confidence with letters, so you’re all set when school kicks in.

Fine-Tuning Fine-Motor Skills: Tracing letters and coloring between the lines might sound simple, but it’s key for little hands. It gears you up for the writing skills you’ll need down the road.

Easily Differentiate: Mix and match these worksheets to fit your level. Teachers can tweak them to suit different skills, making sure everyone gets what they need.

Get the Family Involved: Alphabet worksheets aren’t just for school – parents can get involved too! Use them at home to back up what’s happening in class and make sure you’re nailing those letter vibes.

Reading and Writing Prep: Mastering the ABCs is like the warm-up for reading and writing. Alphabet worksheets are like the training ground where you get the hang of letters, form words, and master the basics of letter sounds.

Mix It Up: These letter P alphabet worksheets come in all sorts of styles, so you can slide them into your lessons, homework, or just for some extra practice. Stay versatile and keep the learning vibes going strong!

Develop Creativity

Kids feel important when they have attempted and succeed in a task. When children experiment with writing and drawing, they are able to explore creativity and self expression.


The preschool alphabet worksheets for the letter P give children an opportunity to practice basic writing skills. When children start to write they discover that words and sentences are used to communicate ideas with others.

Fine Motor Skills

Holding a pencil or writing tool is a great way to develop age appropriate fine motor skills with fingers and hands. The letter P preschool worksheets help guide little fingers to do big tasks.

Cognitive Skills

When children write to communicate they need to process information and problem solve where each letter and word should go within a sentence. Processing information is an important step in cognitive thinking and the writing process.

How to Make the Free Printable Letter P Worksheets

To Prep:

Just print the letter P alphabet printables.

To Use:

Kids can use these to write the letter P, sort sounds, and sort uppercase letters and lowercase letters.

If you choose to laminate the Letter P Alphabet Worksheets, there are many learning activities you can use them for, including using dry erase markers.

Play a Game

Give your children additional practice in matching uppercase and lower case letters with the hands on fishing game.

Sensory Bin

Have children identify words that begin with the letter P while digging around in a sensory bin for objects or pictures beginning with the sound (pumpkin, pie, pig, pineapple).

Play Dough Fun

Check out these fun and adorable food playdough mats that focus on foods that start with different beginning sounds. A perfect free beginning sounds worksheet literacy center!

Writing Tools

Give your kiddos different writing tools to provide additional excitement. These could include gel pens, smelly markers, character pencils, dot markers or paint markers.

Look For The Letters

Have your child find picture of objects (toys, animals, food) that start with the letter ‘P’. They can find these on the internet, in magazines, books, or even while taking a walk outside.

Make a Book

Using the Read and Color sheets, children can create their own letter ‘P” book to share with a friend or family member.

What is included in the Letter P Alphabet Worksheets Set?

With 30 interactive alphabet activities presented in the free printable Letter P Alphabet Worksheet set your preschoolers are sure to find activities that they love. Explore a range of options at your disposal, enabling you to differentiate and meet the individual needs of your little learners with ease!

  • 9 Alphabet Tracing Worksheets
  • 3 Sets of Alphabet Sorts: Uppercase/Lowercase Sorts, Beginning Sound Sorts, and Letter Recognition Sorts
  • Reading and Coloring Alphabet Pages
  • Letter P Alphabet Mazes
  • I Spy the Letter P Worksheets
  • Alphabet Rainbow Write
  • Roll and Trace Alphabet Worksheet
  • Things That Start with…. Alphabet Activities
  • Read and Color Simple Word Alphabet Worksheets

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Kim Staten is a mother of four children ages 20, 19, 16, and 12. Kim has taught at the preschool, kindergarten and early elementary levels for 16 years. With extensive experience working with special needs children, including her own children with special needs (Rett Syndrome, autism, anxiety, and ADHD), she creates hands-on curricula and activities that are great for working with children of all abilities in the classroom and at home. Hands-on, accessible activities are her passion. 

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