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11 Letter B Worksheets – Free Printables!

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Get 11 free printable worksheets are designed for teaching the letter B to children in preschool and Kindergarten. Students will identify the uppercase and lowercase letters, recognize the letter /b/ sound, and trace and print the letter B. 

Colorful graphic showing 11 Science of Reading aligned Letter B worksheets.
☝️ Download all 11 worksheets FREE at the bottom of this post!

🔤 All About Letter B

Mastering the letters of alphabet is the very beginning of literacy! We carefully designed 11 printable pdf worksheets to build important pre-reading skills in preschoolers ages 3, 4, and 5. 

These skills we’re building? Visual discrimination, auditory discrimination, and proper letter formation of the letter B.

  • Visual discrimination: Seeing a letter and recognizing what letter it is, even if it looks similar to other letters.
  • Auditory discrimination: Hearing the letter sound /b/ and recognizing what letter makes that sound, as well as hearing the sound within words.
  • Proper letter formation. Correctly drawing each element of a letter to form the complete, legible letter. 

Use these worksheets as fun and engaging activities to go along with your letter B lesson plans, in classrooms or at home. Download and print just one pdf or all 11! 

✍️ Letter B Worksheets

A coloring worksheet for letter b words, including book, ball, and bird.

B Word Coloring: Students find and color pictures of easy to identify B words including bee, ball, book, bird, boot, and balloon. Identifying the beginning sounds of words helps to improve auditory discrimination skills.

A printed uppercase and lowercase letter b practice worksheet and puzzle.

Letter B Coloring. Students must discern between the lowercase and uppercase letters, and color them in different colors. 

Letter Match Puzzle. Students will color the B letter pictures, then cut out each letter b word picture and along the dotted lines. They can practice matching the uppercase and lowercase letters as they reassemble the pictures.

Two printed letter B tracing printable worksheets.

Letter Tracing. Practicing proper letter formation, children will follow the steps to trace and write uppercase and lowercase letters. 

Baseball Sort: For more uppercase and lowercase matching practice, children will trace uppercase and lowercase letters, color the baseballs in different colors, then cut and paste them in the correct column. 

Two printed letter b worksheets focused on hearing the /b/ sound in words.

I Spy B Words. Students must find the 10 pictures beginning with the /b/ sound among many other images. The words are barn, bat, bus, bed, button, basketball, baby, bag, bell, banana.

Beginning & Ending Sounds Matching: Students will match the letter B with the correct picture beginning or ending with the /b/ sound. The words are boat, boot, bear, bell, crab, rib, tub, and web.

A printed uppercase and lowercase letter B hunt worksheet on a purple background.

Uppercase Letter B Hunt: Students will find the 10 uppercase letters among other uppercase letters, improving visual discrimination. 

Lowercase Letter b Hunt: Children will spot the 10 lowercase letters among lots of other lowercase letters. 

Two printed letter b worksheets focused on finding the correct letters among others.

Letter Matching. Students will match the uppercase and lowercase letters.

B or D Beach Day: Letter confusion is super common, and lowercase b and d are the letters I’ve seen kids reverse most often. Kids have to choose the letter b pictures on beach-themed items and paste them in the pictures.

Helpful Info & Tips

  • Age Group: These worksheets are appropriate for preschoolers ages 3, 4, 5, and 6, and for Kindergarten students.
  • What you need: Students will need crayons or colored pencils, scissors, glue sticks, and pencils.
  • Skills: These worksheets will help children will practice visual discrimination, auditory discrimination, and proper letter formation for the letter B.
  • B and D reversals and confusion are incredibly common in young learners! Get tips and to help kids improve their visual discrimination skills.

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