Preschool Letter I Activities
Your kiddos will love learning their letters with these fun letter I activities. As a former preschool teacher and a current homeschool mom I know that learning happens best when it’s made fun. I loved doing fun educational activities in my preschool class and at home with my boys when they were little.
One of my favorite ways to teach was through crafts and coloring pages. I’d balance the fun activities with interesting worksheets that taught the concepts being learned.
Today I want to share with you some resources I’ve collected that will help you teach the letter I to preschoolers.
But first, pin these letter I activities for easy access later.
Free Letter I Worksheets
Let’s start with the worksheets. Teach your little ones to write both uppercase I and lowercase i with these free printable letter I worksheets.
Free Printable Customizable Handwriting Worksheets
Before I share the specific, pre-made printable worksheets I’ve found I want to share a resource that has been incredibly useful to me over the years – HandwritingWorksheets.com.
You can create and print customized handwriting worksheets with this resource. Use it for letter tracing or word tracing. Handwriting Worksheets is such a valuable free homeschooling resource.
Now let’s get to the fun worksheets!
Letter I Alphabet Worksheet Packet
This letter I worksheet packet provides tons of worksheets for your preschoolers.
Words Beginning with the Letter I and Letter Writing Practice Worksheet
This worksheet teaches preschoolers words that begin with the letter I and gives them letter writing practice.
Letter I Tracing Worksheet
Practice makes perfect – or at least legible, as my handwriting proves.
Cut and Paste the Letter I Worksheet
Your preschooler will get scissors skills practice with this letter I worksheet.
Letter I Tracing Worksheet
Here’s another great letter I handwriting practice worksheet for your little one.
Find the Letter I Worksheet
Preschoolers learn to distinguish the letter I from other letters with this worksheet.
Multi Activity Letter I Worksheet
This worksheet is a great one to use at the end of your letter I lesson week.
Free Letter I Coloring Pages
Next, we move along to the letter I coloring pages. Coloring pages are a fun way to teach preschoolers what letters look like. Many coloring pages also teach beginning letter sounds by displaying common nouns that start with the featured letter.
Letter I Beginning Words Coloring Page
Teach your child a few new letter I words with this coloring sheet.
I is for Ice Cream Coloring Page
Here’s a fun letter I coloring page for your preschooler.
Coloring the Lowercase and Uppercase I/i Different Colors
Your child can learn both colors and the difference between uppercase and lowercase I with this great coloring page.
I is for Insect Coloring Page
Here’s a cute insect that preschoolers will love to color.
Letter I Dot Coloring
Your kiddo can use dot markers or regular markers to color this letter I.
Letter I Crafts for Preschoolers
These fun letter I crafts and activities will spark your little one’s creativity and teach them all about the letter I and letter I words.
Pipe Cleaner Inch Worm Craft
Your preschooler will have fun creating this adorable inch worm as they learn about the letter I.
Paper Plate and Play Dough Island Craft
Your child can build their own island with a paper plate and play dough.
I is for Ice Cream Craft
You can never have too many ice cream crafts while learning about the letter I!
Marshmallow Igloo Craft
Marshmallows are fun to eat and fun to build with. Your preschooler will love this marshmallow igloo craft.
Footprint Iguana Craft
Preserve your preschooler’s little footprint with this fun iguana footprint craft.
I is for Ice Painting Activity
Here’s a fun activity that works great with a letter I lesson – Ice painting!
Handprint Ice Cream Cones Craft
You’ve preserved your little one’s footprint with the iguana craft, now preserve their sweet handprints with this ice cream cone craft.
I is for Igloo Letter I Craft
No letter I activity suggestion would be complete without a cool igloo craft. Here’s a fun one that uses marshmallows, but is a little simpler than the one I listed above.
More Letter Teaching Resources
Here are a few more letter teaching worksheets, activities and other resources you may find useful.
Printable Alphabet Tracing Worksheets (A-Z)
Spectrum Early Writing Practice
Letter Writing Practice Sand Tray