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Alphabet Mini Booklets – Letters P to T (Free Printable)


Every few weeks I have been sharing a set of alphabet mini booklets with you. Today I have a brand new set to share for the letters P-T. My friend’s daughter and I have been working through these booklets a few letters at a time and having fun together. The booklets are very simple and fold up into a quarter-sheet size – perfect for smaller hands. 

A Peek Inside


Each of the letter sheets prints off double sided onto 8.5″ x 11″ paper and folds to a quarter-sheet sized booklet. There are a total of 8 mini-pages for each booklet and inside you’ll find the following: 

  • Cover – color in the block letters as you talk about upper and lower case letters and the sound the letter makes
  • Finish the Maze – find your way through the beginning sounds maze
  • Trace the Letters – trace the upper and lower case letters
  • Do-a-Dot upper and lower case – use crayons, paint, stickers, or other art mediums to color the circles
  • Color the Picture Words (2 pages) – color and say the words that being with the booklet letter
  • Words I Know – write down all the words your child knows that begin with the letter

alphabet-mini-booklet-fold-and-cut-exampleOnce printed, cut along the horizontal dotted line. Stack the papers (pages are numbered) and fold in half on the solid line to create a mini booklet. Borderless printing is recommend (an option in most printer settings).

While it’s a little hard to show you every single page from every single booklet, here is an up-close sampling of what each booklet includes. 


Purchase the full set of letter booklet bundle in my Teachers Pay Teachers store that includes a bonus set of the picture mazes you see above!  




Download the free P to T set by clicking below. Enjoy!

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Alphabet Letter Mazes - full set from A to Z

If you enjoy these printables, you may also want to check out these A to Z Alphabet Mazes

The Preschool Corner: Letter S

I took the majority of our ‘S’ activities from Bo’s Curriculum from Itty Bitty Bookworm this week. Be sure to check back a little later today, because I will be posting a review on Itty Bitty Bookworm and there will be a giveaway for a full year of Bo’s Curriculum – $300 worth of curriculum! You don’t want to miss that!!

We read the book Silly Sally by Audrey Wood every day this week. When we first sat down with the book, I let Zachary look at the pictures and had him ‘read’ the book to me and tell me what the story was about. He is able to read some of the words and was piecing it together, but it was so fun to hear how he interpreted the illustrations of the book! This is one idea that I pulled from Itty Bitty Bookworm that I am going to continue doing with our kids.

I’ve posted all the activities that we did along with the story, most from Itty Bitty Bookworm with one or two that were just too fun to pass up: our alphabet book page, letter sheet and a wooly sheep.

ABC Book: Spiderwebs

This (as pitiful as it looks) is actually a spider web. Don’t ask me where the spider disappeared to – more than likely somewhere where it will scare me some morning into thinking it is real.

I cut out a circle from black construction paper and we put it into the bottom of a 9″ round cake pan. Zachary dropped a few marbles into some silver paint and then rolled the marbles around to make the circle look like a spider web. Supposedly he glued a few spiders on it, although I can’t seem to figure out where they are.

Alphabet Activities:

Fun Activities: Wooly Sheep

Since a sheep is one of the characters in the book Silly Sally and we have an over-abundance of toilet paper rolls, this little craft was so.much.fun ~ and too cute! I found the craft at Kids Craft Weekly some time back.

Ordering by Size: Big Shoes, Little Shoes

At the end of Silly Sally there are shoes everywhere up in the air. One of the curriculum suggestions was to pair and size the shoes up. With so many people living in our house, we have an abundance of shoes. Zachary paired up 12 pairs of shoes and lined them up from smallest to little.

Illustrating His Favorite Part

After we’d read Silly Sally several times I asked Zachary what his favorite part of the story was. After he’d told me it was the part when Ned comes into the story I asked him to draw it out for me – just.too.sweet.

Letter Sheet/Collage

S Worksheet

Stories and Books

Silly Sally by Audrey Wood

We put together our own “Silly Sally” booklet this week to go along with our story. Zachary had fun tearing pink paper and gluing it onto the the pig. Later we painted some ‘mud’ onto the page too. The sheep turned nice and wooly after gluing cotton balls and Zachary insisted on coloring the loon and the dog spotty and brown. The book turned out great and he has been happily carrying it around with him as a book HE made.


Itty Bitty provided several different writing opportunities for Zachary this week. He wrote color names to go along with Sally’s bows in one of the mini-books and was so excited that he figured out the names on his own (copying them from the word list on the wall).

About the Preschool Corner:

The Preschool Corner is a place for us to share the ideas we are using during our “preschool time” with our kids. You can join in the fun and record what you are doing in your house. Please link your exact blog post to the Mr. Linky below (if you have questions feel free to ask). Be sure to link back to this blog post so that your readers can find some other great ideas too!

The guidelines can be found here if you need them.

Share what you’ve been doing in your house this week!