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.


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!

K4button copy[8] LOTWlogo[5]



  1. Thank you so much! I love your ideas and we use several of your products. Have you ever considered offering a black and white version of your printables? I didn’t find your material until three kids were older and so only using with my last. I frequently have to evaluate the benefit of using certain items that she would love with the cost of printing in color knowing ing will not be reused for other kids.

    I assume. I am not the only one in this position.

  2. I love these! I printed a few last week and they came out great, but today I tried to print Q and S and the center of the picture printed to the right, almost off the page. The rest of the page printed correctly. I”m not sure if it is a problem on your side or mine 🙁

    Any suggestions would be great!

    Again, Thanks for these.

  3. I have both Your “Letter of the Week” and the “K4 ” programs. We have just started the Letter A of “Letter of the Week. My just turned 4 grandson is doing well, and we are very pleased with the “Letter of the Week” Sure we will feel the same with the “K4”

    Debbie Wheeler

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.