That's a phrase I think many of us are familiar with and even though we rarely become 'perfect' at the things we do, we certainly won't improve if we don't practice.
Letter recognition is one of those skills that is necessary at the beginning stages of the learning process because it is fundamental to all other literacy skills.
Use this printable as a practice for your Pre-5 aged children to recognize the lowercase letter 'a' as they will encounter it in printed materials.
Younger children may be able to recognize this letter, but I think this page requires a little more time and attention than they may be able to give it. For that reason, I'm working on another set of mazes with the younger child in mind.
Start at the top left corner with the colored letter box. Find the box next to it, either horizontal, vertical or diagonal, that contains the same letter. Color that box, then repeat the process.
Thanks for stopping by. Please let me know if you use this and how you like it.