This free printable gives kids the opportunity to learn the letter I through experience. They can write, color, read, and make their very own alphabet book.
Learning the Letter I
Kids can improve their letter I recognition by practicing tracing upper and lowercase letters, associating the word “itchy” with the letter I, and reading the sentence “I is for itchy.” They can also do fun letter I activities like coloring in upper and lowercase letters as well as the picture of Doozy Moo. In this picture, Doozy Moo is scratching his body because he is itchy.
Children in preschool and kindergarten can develop their fine motor skills by using scissors to cut along the dotted lines in order to make their own version of Doozy Moo’s alphabet book. Teacher or parent supervision is always recommended when kids are using scissors.
Doozy Moo also has an alphabet song that goes along with this series of activity worksheets.