Alphabet Coloring Pages

Alphabet Coloring Pages

These files contain all 26 letters and file size is large (7MB each).
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Learn the alphabet and words while coloring with our printable alphabet coloring pages. The theme of each letter is from our popular alphabet flash cards. Coloring the alphabet is a good way to introduce the youngest learners to letters of the alphabet through an activity they like. It doesn’t matter if they can’t yet read it, they can still color in the shapes and gradually familiarize themselves with the letters and words, this helps with further learning later on.

After coloring them in, you can decorate the walls with them. This helps make kids feel proud of their achievement and encourages their interest in the letters and the whole alphabet. We hope you have fun with these.

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English Uppercase | English Lowercase | Spanish Uppercase | Spanish Lowercase

English Uppercase Letters

 

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English Lowercase Letters

Spanish Uppercase Letters

Spanish Lowercase Letters

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  • Maia Tellier

    I love these, but I wish you would have French ones!

  • Helena Durrenberger

    I wish you had the alternative sounds for i and o, like you have available for the flashcards.

  • Alexandria Corrine Aguirre

    I really like these for the most part. I did print them and will be using them, but I did find 3 letters a bit annoying. G, J, and Y have pictures that I think could have been done better. G is goose.. which is immediately thought to be a duck. J is jewel which are thought to be diamonds, and Y… y is the most frustrating one.. it is Yacht.. it looks like a sail boat and my daughter refused to acknowledge that page because she said it was wrong. My only REAL suggestion would be to do different pictures for those so that there is no confusing the kiddos. G could be goat or grapes. J could be a set of jacks or jump rope. Y could have been Yo yo or yak. Other than those little bit of confessions it would be AWESOME to have a German set and a sign langue set. You could do so many languages :)

    • suzannefrees

      Hey Alexandria Corrine Aguirre, I posted this above and am repeating it to you in case my comment gets lost. As for the confusion your daughter is experiencing, why not color the goose green…G is for Green. And the letter J…use a photo of someone whose name starts with J and place it almost over the jewel. Of course, Y is Yellow, Yellow Sailboat…just a thought. Blessings to You and Yours, Susie

  • suzannefrees

    I love that you have the Spanish alphabet as well. So glad they are “blank”, plain, and can be made into flash cards that the kids can color themselves.

  • suzannefrees

    Now I am totally geeked! I just scrolled to highlight the entire page, used “merge format” to paste into my word program, and each picture can be sized, turned, to print on printer post cards. LOVE!!! Your are the bestest beyond best! Thank you, mr.printables, or is it Santa Clause??? Hmmmm… As for the confusion Alexandria Corrine Aguirre is experiencing with her daughter, why not color the goose green…G is for Green. And the letter J…us a photo of someone whose name starts with J and place it almost over the jewel. Of course, Y is Yellow, Yellow Sailboat…just a thought.

  • Dzenana Hajrovic-Kavazovic

    loving it!!!

  • Donald Ross

    I just found your site on google. I am very, very happy. I am a stay at home dad that needed some educational fun for my girls and found it here. I love that its bilingual. Keep up the good work and I will be coming back for more.

  • suhithaa sri

    it is nice but i like to have the tamil letters

  • suhithaa sri

    it is nice but i like to have the tamil letters