Alphabuddies: alphabet resources and printables:

Alphabuddies website by DLTK


The Alphabuddies website by DLTK is packed with printables and ideas for alphabet fun both online and offline.  From the main page you can access each letter of the alphabet – and for each letter there are craft ideas, songs, coloring pages, tracing pages, mini books, and even thematic units.   Most of the printables are available in either color or black and white – and some are available in Spanish and French (try the tracer pages) or even Sign Language (try the coloring pages)!

The Alphabuddies main page also links to DLTK’s printable custom bingo games (for alphabet bingo, choose ABC’s under “Miscellaneous Themes” in Step 2), alphabet stamps (printable alphabets in a variety of fonts), printable dot-to-dots (both letters and numbers, from a few to many dots), printable preschool writing skills worksheets, plus additional games and craft ideas.

If your child is learning the sounds that letters make, DLTK has another section called “Learning Letter Sounds“.   Here you can find printable worksheets for beginning and ending consonant sounds, as well as beginning and middle short vowel sounds.

Even more ideas and printables can be found by clicking various other links at the top and/or to the left on any of the pages linked to above.


If you have used Alphabuddies, DLTK, or a similar resource, please leave us some feedback below – thanks!


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  • I like this post, enjoyed this one appreciate it for putting up.

    • I’m glad you like it – DLTK has such wonderful variety!
      At the request of someone who used my old website, I will be updating and re-releasing my own set of free printable alphabet pages – but it may take me a couple weeks, as all the graphics have to be redone. It will be worth it, however – each page has the letter (upper & lower case) to trace/color, a small trace & write section, graphics of words that start & end in that letter (or have the vowel in their middle), plus little activities like “find 5 small a’s” or “draw lines to match big E’s and little e’s”. I had fun making them back in 2005 – now I look forward to sharing them with you as a printable packet…!

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