Freebies!

Helping your kids to learn their alphabet is a great way to prepare them for learning to read later on.

If you would like to receive the whole alphabet ready for colouring in completely free, then please add your email and name into the form below. Then I’ll be able to send you the letters one a day (download only). Here’s a sample of some of the letters that you will receive if you sign up…

In the end you will have the whole alphabet not just the little letters, but the capital ones as well from ‘a’ and ‘A’ right through to ‘z’ and ‘Z’.

 

Join today to start receiving your free alphabet colouring pages
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What people are saying:

‘I have been downloading your wonderful alphabet colour-ins…for my granddaughter… I am using them like flash cards at the moment so that she learns to associate the pictures with the shape of the letters. As soon as she can hold a crayon without chewing it (!), we will be colouring them in together!’ Georgina B, Hale.

‘What can I say about the free letters to colour in, at first I said fab, 2 activities in 1, letter recognition and learning to colour in, but they have turned out to be so much more. Letter case recognition, picture recognition, colouring practice, and now writing practice as my little one now tries to recreate the letter inside the letter. These letters/pictures have been great so far for every stage of his development, thank you so much Catherine.’ Anne A.

Your comments are always welcome – simply click on this link to email Catherine

 

4 responses to “Freebies!”

  1. clareha

    Thank you for such a wonderful resource. Colouring in the letters has been an instant hit in my house and they are all over the bedroom wall. It has given me inspirationn to buy an alphabet wall frieze. Take a look at http://alphabetfrieze.co.uk for more inspiration. Brilliant.

  2. clareha

    I think you would have another hit on your hands if you did a numbers version using the same illustrations to keep some continuity. Your numbers poster (http://catherinepain.co.uk/alphabets) looks great. Keep up the good work.

  3. Catherine

    Thank you Clareha – ooh – will think on it definitely… Kate

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