Welcome to the Letters & Numbers section of LearnCreateLove.com. Here you will find printable letter and number outlines, playdough mats (letters with outlined shapes to go with each letter), and craft suggestions! Take a look around and be sure to PIN the image above and/or share on Facebook so that your friends can have a look around. =) Enjoy!
Large Letter Outlines
These large letter outlines take up almost an entire page each, making it perfect for projects and crafts. Have your child decorate each letter with things that begin with that letter. (A – apples cut out of construction paper, etc) Or get a little more creative and turn each letter into a fun animal! Not your style? Have your child paint each letter, then do a coordinating LearnCreateLove printable craft that starts with that letter.
Large Letter Outlines (Upper & Lowercase on one page)
Here is a printable alphabet that has the letter set of one uppercase and one lowercase on each page. This would be great for playdough “coloring”, paint, etc. Please note that this set is landscape-formatted. Make sure your printer options are set to ‘landscape’ before printing. =) Print below!
These single-page sheets are great for learning. Stick the sheets in a sheet protector and have your child trace them with a dry-erase marker. Or use a q-tip or fine paintbrush and have them paint in the letters. These sheets are nice because it’s just one WHOLE alphabet per page. Print below.
Here are some number printables. These can be very useful in teaching your child his/her numbers. As with the single-page alphabet printables above, you can put the single-page numbers in a sheet protector and have your child trace them with a dry-erase marker. Or, use a q-tip or fine paintbrush to paint in each number. For the large numbers, you can paint, cut out, and decorate with coordinating objects. For example, on the number 3, you can add 3 butterflies or baseballs made from construction paper. Print below!
Click here to go to the Letter Match Flashcards post!
Thank you! I love your web site and appreciate all the work you put into it. These are so great I will be using them tomorrow!!!
AWESOME!!! Thank you for sharing.
Vicky Merrifield says
Thank you so much!! I just found your website from a Facebook “Teach Preschool” link and I love it! I will be teaching weekly themes this year and have perused many sites. Yours gets a 5 Star!!!!!
Hi, would you consider doing an abc outline for lower case letters or recommend where I can find something like that?
The alphabet playdough mats are brilliant, can’t wait to laminate them!
Thanks again for sharing!
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Gina Farrugia says
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Love these printables! Going to use my initials to make a wall decoration for my dorm room! Thanks!
Love your site, this will really help me in the EC classroom.
Thanks. I was looking for some large numerals to use in a lesson and I have found them on your site.
Thanks for sharing.
Thank you so much! My boys love all of your stuff.
Thanks for the upper & lower case letters. I will be making stencils out of them.
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Thanks for sharing. I will laminate the pages so that my little one can trace letters with a marker.
THANK YOU! started homeschooling my boy who has special needs. these letters are the best – large, simple and clean. he “looks” at them like mazes and draws a line inside of them. found more useful things on your site – we are working through a letter a week right now! your site has been wonderful to search for ideas.
These printables are amazing!!! Thank you so much for creating a simple font that is great for younger kids. I will be using the upper and lower case alphabet letters my children as we homeschool. I wanted to let you know that the set printed great, but there were six pages where the letters were cut off (Gg, Jj, Pp, Qq, Ww, & Yy). Definitely not a deal breaker as I can tweak them to make them work, but I just wanted to give you a heads up. Thank you again for creating such awesome printables for FREE!!! 🙂
Thank you, Hannah! I will look into the cut off letters as soon as possible.
These are wonderful! Just what I was looking for to go with my daughter’s homeschool activities. I tried creating myself but couldn’t find any fonts in Word that allowed an outline like this. Thanks!!
Cathy Doherty says
My name is Cathy. I teach pre-k. My teammate has printables with each upper & lower case letter on the same page, but they are not open letters. (Ex. A a) or (B b) I believe they are block letters. Your website is at the bottom. I would love to use these in my classroom. Can you please tell me where to find them?
Annette Maestas says
Thank you very much!!!!!!!