As you know, I’m adding new activities to my K4 Preschool Curriculum. I’ve created these fun missing letters and missing numbers activities.


The number activities are great for number recognition, counting skills, and logical thinking. The letter activities work on alphabetical order along with uppercase and lowercase letter recognition.

Simply read the set of numbers (or letters) to your student and then have them either say or write the missing number (or letter) in the blank spot. The downloads also include letter and number tiles if you prefer that over writing in the missing items.

The Missing Letters activities include capital and lowercase A-Z worksheets.

The Missing Numbers activities include numbers 1-20.

Click here to download:

Missing Letters Activities

Missing Numbers Activities

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. Again, more great activities! I do appreciate your hard work AND willingness to share with all us mommies and teachers 🙂 May I suggest printing two of the letter and number tile pages. There are a few extras and a few missing on both pages, so in order to get a complete set you need two copies. Thank you!!

  2. Hi Connie, sorry I wasn't sure how to contact you, but would you mind emailing me at homeschooler confessions @ I was wondering what you meant about some pages missing on the Missing Letters printable and wanted to make sure I fixed it or added pages, I was just not sure what your comment meant exactly!Thanks so much, I always appreciate feedback!Erica

  3. Thank you for sharing! These are great. I'm a kindergarten teacher and I have some struggling students that I know would benefit from these activities. I'm sharing about this download and your blog tomorrow on my blog. Thank you for your wonderful ideas!

  4. These are wonderful! Wow, thank you so much.I found a possible typo.Page 6 the missing letter T is listed twice (first row AND Second Row)…The second line has a missing T but I believe it should be a missing S instead…


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