Letter x - Worksheet 1

A letter x worksheet pdf for preschool, kindergarten, reception, early elementary and primary ages.

Printable practice for writing and tracing the lowercase letter x.

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About This Worksheet

This is an A4 size worksheet for the letter x.
It is for the lower case x.

Designed to aid children in learning to read
by helping them to recognise the letter sounds
with the aim to eventually blend lots of them together to make words.
This will aid in the early development of reading and writing.

This simple worksheet can help reinforce verbal lessons that have been taught previously.
One example of a verbal lesson is playing 'I spy' with the letter x.
The letter x can be a the beginning or end of the word.
Makes it much easier!

This worksheet has three sections
- Colour the letter x
- Trace around the letter x
- Find the objects that begin or end with the letter x

This worksheet has a drawing of a fox, cloud, x-box controller, box, x-ray, and a net.
It is black and white to save on coloured ink.
It's a free printable download.
It is good for printing out and colouring in too.
It will help familiarise the letter x and how to write it.

It helps to introduce the phoneme and grapheme x.
A phoneme is a sound that the letter or groups of letters make.
The grapheme is the written letter.
For example the letter 'x' in this worksheet.

x-ray and, x-box are examples
of the a phoneme at the beginning of the word.

Age range 4-5

There is a version with the word 'colour' replaced
with the American spelling of 'color'.

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Fun bonus - Can you spot the hidden rabbit?

Letter y Worksheet 1

Next in the series of lowercase letter worksheets
a free printable pdf worksheet for the letter y.

Letter w Worksheet 1

Checkout the previous worksheet in the series
of lowercase letter worksheets
a free printable pdf worksheet for the letter w.

A matching game
using the letters
s,a,t,p,i and n

Why satpin?.
This useful combination of letters,
is taught in early phonics,
as they produce many cvc words
(cvc is consonant vowel consonant)
such as sat, pin, pat, tin, tap.

Play an online 'match the letters game'
Free to play using major browsers.

Play the game here

Found this worksheet useful? Here are links to all the letter worksheet pages in this wordpip series