Lower Case Printing Practice

Printing letters is always something that we are learning and constantly reviewing in Kindergarten.  It always surprises me how much (or little) exposure my students have to the alphabet when entering the new school year.  I am always in constant need of ABC printables to reinforce, review, introduce, or assess the letters.  I decided to create my own set of alphabet printables to use with my kids!

Earlier this week, I posted my Upper Case Letter Printing Unit

I decided to make the same style of printables for the Lower Case Printing Unit.  

I also decided to sell the Upper and Lower Case Printing Unit as a bundled group for a discounted price, if you want them both. :)

Visit my TpT Store to pick one up! :)


  1. I love these! Was just looking at them on TpT!
    Rowdy in Room 300

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    I am working in my classroom this week and will be posting my own pics soon.

  3. Seriously-you are so fabulous! These are just perfect!
    ~Christy & Tammy
    Fluttering Through First Grade

  4. I love these!! Definitely need these in 1st grade too!

    I am your newest follower! I found you through Fancy Free in Fourth Grade's blog..
    would love if you could pass by my blog!

    Teachers Give a Hoot

  5. Writing practice is much necessary for the students to improve their handwriting and learn about writing. Learning about lower case is usually tough for the students. sentence structure checker

  6. what is sublimation printing? Sublimation printing is a method of printing that involves using a special ink that changes into its solid form when it comes in contact with heat. This is achieved by passing heat through the ink, which causes it to melt and then harden into the desired shape.

    Sublimation printing is a process in which a material (often a polymer) is heated to the point where it assumes its solid state, but then goes back into its liquid state when cooled.

    The result is a high-quality print that's very durable, with no bleeding or fading in color or texture.