Form A Word from Jumbled Letters

Letter recognition is a key step in a child’s ability to learn to read and write.

By knowing their letters, they are able to form words, sentences and phrases.

So here’s a good way to get them interested in Spelling. I added cute objects to make it more fun for the kids.

Printable: Form A Word from Jumbled Letters

There are 2 versions. Colored and Black & White. Feel free to download and use with your students.

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These learning worksheets will teach your kid on object identification, letter familiarization and word comprehension.

It may look easy but spelling is a big factor here so they need your guidance to do it correctly.

Get Your Free Printable here!

Spell It Out Colored PDF

Spell It Out Black & White PDF

Other recommended printables you can download:
Identify the Body Parts Worksheets
Animals Coloring Pages
Connect the Dots Worksheets
Tracing Lines Worksheets
Alphabet Tracing Set
Tracing Numbers Worksheets
Busy Book for Toddlers
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Download them now as tool for your next learning session.

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I hope I am able to help you in teaching your kid the basics. Let them play, do activities that will expose them in learning through fun and creative ways.

9 thoughts on “Form A Word from Jumbled Letters

  1. I love how cute the pictures of these printables are! I always look for fun educational activities for my son. And these are perfect!

  2. What an awesome way to give kids something fun to do on a rainy day! Thanks for sharing.

  3. Love the printables! Even though I have 2 teens and a preteen, these may come in handy for my 13yo daughter that has trouble with spelling words.

  4. These are cute ideas and i love the printables. I am thinking he won’t be ready for that until next year though since he is 4 and still learning letter sounds…

  5. Awesome thank you! My little one isnt quite old enough for this, but will be checking out the other printables you have!!

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Form A Word from Jumbled Letters

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