JAN
13
2011

K4 Letter Hunt Worksheets

I was tired of boring Letter Hunt worksheets, so I made these whimsical Letter Hunt stories to go along with my Letter of the Week K4 additions. The worksheets include any alternative letter theme’s I have made as well.

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I suggest that you read the short story to your preschooler then have them find and circle all of the letters for that worksheet. Alternatively you can have them highlight the letter with a Do-A-Dot marker.

I hope you find the stories fun and whimsical while at the same time providing a good way to challenge your child to identify specific letters within a group of other letters.

Click here or on the image above to download the Letter Hunt Worksheets

These activities are part of my K4 level expansion to my Letter of the Week Curriculum, click on the images below to see more activities. The K4 curriculum isn’t quite finished yet, so until I get it packaged all nice and purdy you can download from my posts!

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  1. Love it!!! You are so creative and so kind for sharing this all with everyone!!!I love using you things in my class!!! littlehandsbigwork.com

    • Aloha…our family has just recently enrolled into a home school program & in doing some online research, I stumbled upon your site. I can’t thank you enough for the amount of organized information that you provide here. Your wealth of information has most definitely been a life line to our everyday learning. THANK YOU!

  2. Thank you!!! My daughter has been getting a little bored with the letter hunts you have listed in your preschool Letter of the Week curriculum and I think she's going to love these!!

  3. I've been loving everything I see and will probably buy your curriculum for next year to use along with what I already use with my preschoolers. Do you have a list of supplies that are needed (or encouraged) for your curriculum to work at it's best?http://theylendmetheirhearts.blogspot.com

  4. These are fantastic! My daughters will love working on these.

  5. Thank you so much, as always your blog is a wonderful resource! I just purchased your LOTW Preschool Curric. and am I right that you are just developing the K4 Curr. and that the whole thing is not available for purchase yet? Just wanted to double check. Thanks,Jennyjdivleli at hotmail dot ca

  6. I love them! Thanks!

  7. I was just going to buy a set exactly like this from Lakeshore Learning .. now I can save my money!Bea

  8. Thank you! I've been using your letter of the week curriculum for a little while now and really enjoy it. My little ones number 3 and 4 are going through it together, no matter how many times I've had preschoolers I always forget what we've done for school in the past and have to invent it all over again. I'm really enjoying having your curriculum to use, it's very well done!

  9. Love them!!! Awesome job as always!Liz Flurry

  10. I love these! Thank you for sharing. :-)

  11. Thanks so much for sharing! These will fit right in with what we are working on.

  12. These are adorable!! I only wish I had a preschooler!! I am looking for more printables for the next level. What curriculum do you suggest for teaching phonis after letter and sound recognition? If only they were all as cute as yours :)

  13. Erica,These will be added to school next week. I'm so glad I still have a preschooler (because I love him) so I can use these creative and wonderful educational tools with him. Learning is so much fun!

  14. What a great idea! I am so bummed that I don't have a printer.Thanks for sharing!

  15. JDIVLELI: Yes, I'm working on the K4 so I don't have it all packaged for one big download yet, but I'm getting there!

  16. Amy: I typically use Abeka for phonics from Kindergarten up. I also use All About Spelling as well. I kind of mix both of them together as I think the AAS teaches the phonics and spelling rules a little better, but then the Abeka has the supporting worksheets and readers to go along with it.

  17. Thank you! This is an awesome addition to all of the wonderful activities you've made. We really appreciate it!

  18. Left you an award on my blog! I am a future homeschool Mom (in 3 years) and I am already jotting down and saving so many ideas from you. Thank you so much :)

  19. thanks. i just printed them out and wanted to reuse them since i have a 3 and 5 year old. i was thinking of laminating them, but thought of using them in the crayola glow station. my 5 year old traces the letter he's hunting and even enjoys tracing the picture and making it "glow". i just started looking through your blog and i'm loving it. thanks and God bless your efforts.

  20. You have so many wonderful ideas and your generosity is amazing. Thank you, thank you, thank you.

  21. These are wonderful! Thanks.

  22. TYPOS: Sorry guys, I had a couple typos, they're fixed as of now!

  23. I love these! Thank you SO much for making and sharing them!!!

  24. These are great! I have been looking for something exactly like this!Thanks for sharing!

  25. hi not sure why i am having problem downloading the worksheets. i tried on various computers but to no avail. any other way i can get hold of the K4 curriculum? i have purchased the presch curriculum but would like the K4 …

  26. Anonymous: Email me at homeschoolerconfessions@gmail.com and we'll discuss how to get the files to you!Thanks, Erica

  27. These are so cute! I just came across your website and I LOVE it!!!!

  28. My daughter will love these. She enjoys learning all the time!!

    Thank you,
    Angie

  29. Hi. I just love your letter hunt worksheets and I can’t wait to show your websight to all my homeschool’n moms, but i’m not able to pull up your letter hunt worksheets. Are they still available?

  30. Yes, are these still available? I tried clicking on the link as well as the picture, and both gave me an error… ?

  31. These are fantastic! Do you have any for different pronunciation of the sounds – that wasn’t explained very well, was it?! What I am looking for is I for Ice instead of I for Igloo. If that makes sense. My son is called Isaac and I would like to teach him the long i sound in his name and thought these would be a fun activity to do with him

  32. Hi,
    Thank you so much for sharing all your hard work. Every time I have been stuck for ideas, I only have to look on your website and I find a wealth of resources that I always use with my Nursery kids.
    Thank you again, all your hard work is highly appreciated.

  33. Wow – your website is amazing. Thank you so much for sharing all of this!

  34. I clicked on link from pinterest which linked me to another post which linked me here. Super glad that I kept clicking. This is going to be fun to do for R week that we are doing this week. Thanks for the great printable!!

  35. Honey bee Teacher says:

    Thank you so so much! My kids love these.

  36. Hi Erica, Thank you so much of all the information that you prepare in your blog. I got your Kindy materials for my daughter as she is 6 now. Just want to check as how do you observe the children’s learning style. i find my daughter loves drawing, doing craft, dancing at home, and making up songs. However when come to read the words, she cannot really remember what she just reads. Any suggestion as what i should try to help her.
    Many thanks
    Charis from Sydney

  37. Thank you so much for sharing! A friend told me about your website and it’s awesome!!

  38. I’m using your K4 Letter Hunt Worksheets so I wanted to say THANK YOU!!! :)

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