Printable Alphabet Stencils

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Alphabet Stencils - A4 Size - Comic Sans


Alphabet Stencils - A4 Size - NSW Foundation


Alphabet Stencils - A4 Size - Open Dyslexic


Alphabet Stencils - A4 Size - QLD Beginners


Alphabet Stencils - A4 Size - SA Beginners


Alphabet Stencils - A4 Size - Sassoon Infant


Alphabet Stencils - A4 Size - TAS Beginners


Alphabet Stencils - A4 Size - Vict. Pre-cursive (WA/NT/VIC)


Alphabet Stencils - A4 Size - Jarman Print


Alphabet Stencils - A4 Size - New Zealand Print


Alphabet Stencils - A4 Size - UK Cursive Print


Alphabet Stencils - Letter Size - Comic Sans


Alphabet Stencils - Letter Size - D'Nealian


Alphabet Stencils - Letter Size - Open Dyslexic


Alphabet Stencils - Letter Size - Sassoon Infant


Alphabet Stencils - Letter Size - Zaner-Bloser


How to use this teaching resource

  • Copy each letter onto card and laminate, then use as a template for making letters with play dough, particularly children’s names.
  • Fantastic as bulletin board letters.  Copy the letters onto bright coloured card, then cut around, laminate for longer life.  You can make them a smaller size on your printer also.  Terrific for all sorts of displays, parent communication displays, I have also used them for names on bedroom walls.  I love using comic sans font – but all of the fonts come up well.
  • Decorate middle section of letters using….
  • – sand- cotton wool- ****pictures from magazines beginning with that letter- ***write a heap of words inside beginning with that letter- scrunched paper- torn paper

    – paint

    – crayon patterns

    – draw pictures of things beginning with that letter

    – glitter

    – alfoil

    play dough

    – and the list goes on…..

  • Alphabet tracing practice. Great for littlies. Children need to stay inside the tracks (outline).  Rainbow letters is a great activity with this.  Children trace inside the alphabet stencil 10 or more times using a lot of different coloured pencils.
  • Copy the letters/numbers onto coloured card.  Cut and laminate.  Cut each letter into 2-4 pieces to make a little puzzle for each letter using a zigzag or curvy cut.  Children put them back together again.

Comments & Reviews

  • Why can’t I access resources? I was unaware that there was an ‘upgrade’. I have already paid my annual subscription.

    Comment by Emma McGinty on March 20, 2018 at 7:52 am


  • It would be great if you could include a starting dot and arrows to show direction as you have on your Alphabet display cards. I love to use these for rainbow writing and this addition would make them perfect!

    Comment by Angela on March 8, 2020 at 4:21 am


    • Hi Angela,
      Thank you so much for your request! We have put your change request through to our designers and will let you know when it has been completed. Thanks again!

      Official comment by Emma Stuart on March 9, 2020 at 12:04 am


    • Hi Angela,
      Thank you for being so patient with your change request. I am pleased to let you know that the resource has now been updated to include the starting dot and arrows to show direction.
      If you have any further questions please don’t hesitate to ask.

      Official comment by Emma Stuart on March 31, 2020 at 10:41 pm


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