Free Letter C Worksheets
These free letter C worksheets are a great way to complement letter lessons. And are perfect for children that are just starting to learn their letters.
The letter C is taught in a few different ways, using this collection of worksheets. Tracing, writing, or recognition exercises are included on each sheet.
Included in the letter C printable
- One uppercase letter C worksheet
- One lowercase letter c worksheet
- One uppercase letter C printable in black & white
- One lowercase letter c printable in black & white
- One letter C find the letter coloring activity
When to Introduce the Letter C for Handwriting?
The letter C has curvatures. As I mentioned in my letter B post, it may be of benefit to some children to introduce these letters after they have already learned straight-line letters. Such as the letters L, I and E.
This can be especially true if you notice specific children struggling with letters that contain curves.
As Karie Ho, an occupational therapist, states in this article, “if a child is having more difficulties with letters containing curves and diagonal lines, it may be because they developmentally are not at this milestone yet.“
If you would like to read more on this, please check out the entire post here. It is very short and to-the-point!
Letter C Worksheets
As with all worksheets, children need to understand the formation of the letter they are tracing. Providing a tracing worksheet, in itself, is not going to help teach the child how to write a letter.
And oftentimes, you will notice that kids will come up with their own method of forming a letter as they complete a tracing worksheet. They focus more on getting the lines to connect rather than the correct formation.
This is especially common when they are just introduced to handwriting or have forgotten how to write the letter.
These letter C worksheets show how the letter is formed before children are provided lines for tracing. There is just one line of tracing and two lines for free handwriting, where kids can practice what they just learned on their own. Which is essential in the learning process.
Alternatives to Worksheets
While worksheets allow for some independent work, it is always ideal (and fun for the kids) to mix in some alternative activities as well. Here are some other great ideas for letter C activities:
- Play doh mats – these can be found for free all over Pinterest. I have my own version, that you can download for free here. Or, you can even make your own! Simply print the letter C on a piece of paper and place it under a piece of clear contact paper. Then let the kiddos squish some playdoh on top!
- Letter B sensory bin – This can be as simple or elaborate as you want it to be. Basically, you will need a container and some letter C items to place inside. The items can be anything that begins with the letter C such as cap, crayon, cookie, etc.
- Stamping – Using letter C stamps (or you could use dot markers) have the kids stamp all over a piece of paper. You could also provide them with a printable that has lines and they can practice forming the letter C by stamping on the lines.
- Writing in sand, rice, etc. – This is a great way for kids to practice their letter formation in a sensory rich way. Simply provide them with a container of sand, rice, etc and they can practice writing the letter C.
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