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Kids’ Alphabet Coloring Pages {Printable}

Learning the letters of the alphabet is one of the first things we teach our little ones. We sing the A-B-C song and we point at letters as we see them when we are out and about. Needless to say, the alphabet is important because it is the base of reading.

In this post, we make the alphabet fun and artistic. You can see what we read and you can get this beautiful printable alphabet activity coloring pages that go perfectly well in a booklet. Your children will enjoy practicing their letters as they create beautiful art.

Kids' Alphabet Coloring Pages

Reading Alphabet Books

We love reading A-B-C books, but our focus was on this amazingly beautiful book called A B See. Look at the cover below. Isn’t it beautiful? M children said, “Wow! Let’s read this!” when they saw this cover. I was curious about it, too, and we had a wonderful time looking at the pages.

We also read our favorite: Chicka Chicka Boom Boom. The best part is that we have a Tag pen and the Tag version of the book, so we got to listen to it being read to us with the best background music and an amazing rhyming narrator. And we read: Eating the Alphabet and Alphabet.

Kids' Alphabet Coloring Pages

 A B See Alphablock Chicka Chicka Boom Boom (Board Book) Eating the Alphabet Alphabet

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Kids’ Alphabet Activity Coloring Pages

Take a look at the alphabet book I made and printed for my kids. It is the perfect size for small hands to color and to go through to read the ABCs over and over. I surprised my daughter with a copy of this alphabet coloring book and she was beyond excited about it. She is my little artist, so this is right up her alley.

She had a wonderful time coloring different letters in different color schemes. I joined her and colored a few pages with her using colored pencils. She told me which colors to use. In some pages, she colored the entire letter the same color, but some parts were darker and other details were lighter. In others, she wanted to use cool colors and in other pages, she picked warm colors.

Kids' Alphabet Coloring Pages

The entire activity became a fantastic one-on-one time, filled with ABC-singing, discussion about the color wheel and warm and cool colors, matching letters to the Chicka Chicka Boom Boom letters and even to recite the alphabet over and over in a few languages, using the alphabet sheet that is included.

My original plan was for her to color a couple of letters per day and we would discuss the letter, talk about words that begin with that letter and so on, but she loved this book so much that she wanted to color the whole thing in one sitting! She was having a wonderful time and we had a condensed, 2-hour long lesson about the alphabet.

 Dr. Seuss’s ABC: An Amazing Alphabet Book! The Construction Alphabet Book Animal Alphabet: Slide and Seek the ABCs I Spy Letters LMNO Peas (The Peas Series)

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Kids' Alphabet Coloring Pages

Homeschool Printable Alphabet Coloring Pages

It is now your turn to get this beautiful set of coloring pages with letter of the alphabet. Print them in any size you want. I printed our with 4 per page to make a coloring book by stapling the pages together, but if these are printed on cardstock, they can be used as flashcards.

Kids' Alphabet Coloring Pages {Printable}

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