Freebie Friday ~ Letter L Resources

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Letter L Resources

Learn to Read Preschool Alphabet Letter L from Happy and Blessed Home
Letter L Resources
Lions, lambs and lizards make for excellent sensory play and licking a lollipop is great for taste. Your preschooler will love all the fun activities we have planned for the Preschool Alphabet Letter L this week and I think caretakers and moms will too! My son loved learning about locks and llamas.

Letter L Activities for Preschool + Kindergarten Pack from Fun with Mama
Letter L Resources
Join a llama and a ladybug in our next Letter printable pack: the Letter L activities for preschool printable pack. It is the next installment in our Free alphabet ABC Printable Packs that are a fabulous addition to use with our printable alphabet letter crafts too! These letter l activities include letter l phonics worksheets, handwriting and tracing worksheets, do a dot activities, clip cards, coloring pages and so much more!

Letter L Worksheets FREE kids printables from Kids Activities
Letter L Resources

4 pages of upper and lower case tracing with pictures to color.
1 page of tracing words (starting with letter L).
2 pages of L beginning sound activities – one page to color the ones that start with L and one to circle the correct images.
1 letter L coloring page.

Ladybug Lapbook from Lapbook Lessons
Letter L Resources
Our Ladybug printables are part of a collective notebooking/lapbooking resources called Alphabugs. This is a great way to work your way through the ABC’s while learning all about amazing creepy crawlies along the way. Our Alphabugs lapbooks are similar in content with some variations, but most contain the following resources: Anatomy, Life Cycle, Habitat, Family, Communication, Bible Verse, Copywork, Crafts, Activity suggestions and more. Additionally, we’ve included a Quilt Square for each insect so you can create a classroom quilt along the way. The quilt squares are a great way to include your younger children as they include a coloring page, handwriting practice, and scissor skills.

Free Romping & Roaring L Pack from 3 Dinosaurs
Letter L Resources
Romping & Roaring L Pack contains 47 pages:
Coloring Page, Color and Trace, Color Or Dot the Letters, Stamp Letters on the Picture, Decorate the Letter (or playdough mat), Prewriting Practice Lines, Prewriting Practice Working up to Letters With Start & Stop, Trace Letters Practice with Start & Stop, Trace Letter, Trace Letter Place, Trace with Arrows, Trace Letter with Lines, Color Upper Case & Lower Case, Color the Letters, Find the Letter, Dot the Letter Upper & Lower Case, Matching on Page, Roll & Count, Dot the Letters, Dot Letters and Image, Dot Letters Different Font, Shape Tracing Solid Line, Shape Tracing Dotted Line, Color Capitol Letter by Size, Color Lower Case Letter by Size, Color Image by Size, Upper Case Letter Maze, Lower Case Letter Maze, Upper & Lower Case Letter Maze, Color the Letter and Image Book, Color the Letter Book, Trace and Draw Book, Sort Upper & Lower Case, Sort by Size, Lacing Card, 2 part Letter & Image Puzzles, 4 part Puzzles, and 9 part Puzzles.

Preschool at Home ~ Letter L from 1+1+1=1
Letter L Resources
We love our ABC Baskets! I love how much she enjoys digging through them. We play a lot together during the week exploring the contents.

Ll is for Limo–Zoomin Moving ABCs from Royal Baloo
Letter L Resources
Included in the pack:
L is for Limo coloring page
Dot the L’s
Stamp the L’s
Connect the Limos
Prepare for L
Trace the L
Prepare for 12
Trace the 12
Paste the Limos to the L
Letter L/Sight word ‘my’ mini book
Sort the L’s and l’s
L dot marker page
Tracing pages (tot and preK versions)
Color the Limos
Tot and PreK Puzzles
Practice Dice and Graphing
1-10 Puzzle
Color by size
Match the letters
Color by letter
Flash cards
Count the Limos
Dot Marker pages

Lalaloopsy Printables from 1+1+1=1
Letter L Resources
I have been asked a LOT if I would make Lalaloopsy printables and I have never done it because Ladybug showed no interest. Recently that all changed. I don’t even know where she saw them recently or what is different, but she thinks they are adorable now. Not obsessed, which is a good thing, there’s way too many to buy…although I was pretty Strawberry Shortcake obsessed as a kid! She asked if we could have a Lalaloopsy week and I knew it was time to create the printables for her and for many of you who wanted these!

Letter L for Ladybug from Confessions of a Homeschooler
Letter L Resources
Welcome to the Letter L activity page!




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