Worksheets are a great way to help teach your students all about their letters and how to write.
Not only can they learn how to identify letters through completing lots of different and fun worksheets, but they can also learn how to recognize the pronunciation of their letters and eventually how to write it independently.
But when you are looking for some interesting worksheets, where do you start?
Well, don’t worry – we are here to help.
If you are looking for some fun worksheets to fill out with your students, then here are 15 unique worksheets for you to try!
Each one is focused around the letter H and aims to help your students learn their letters through lots of different ways.
Check out the worksheets below, print out your favorites and enjoy!
When you start teaching your students about letters and the alphabet, a great way to test their knowledge is to provide them with coloring worksheets and ask them to only color in a certain letter.
This not only puts your students to the test, but it also helps you out because you can mark their work with just a glance.
This worksheet is great for this activity. There are lots of different letters included on this page and plenty of Hs for your students to identify and color in.
There is also a section at the bottom of the worksheet where your students can start practicing their tracing and writing independently.
However, if you students have not reached this stage yet, then they can later come back to this section later when they are more confident with writing.
This worksheet is another great worksheet to give to your students to help them learn how to identify the letter H.
There are lots of different letters in this grid and thus, plenty of squares for your students to color in.
This is a great way for your students to start being able to recognize the appearance of the letter H.
There is also another section at the bottom of the worksheet for tracing and independent writing that can be revisited in the future.
Alternatively, you could use this worksheet as a warm up to more tracing exercises later in the lesson.
It’s important for your students to first be able to recognize the letter H before they move onto learning how to write it.
This worksheet helps them to do just that but with a twist – your students have to identify the letter H in lots of different words.
This is a great method because it helps your students not only begin to identify the letter H when it is used in actual words, which will help them in the future when it comes to learning how to read, but it will also help them identify the letter H through sound.
By looking at the picture next to each word, they will be able to say the word aloud and hear how the letter H sounds in different words.
For example, with the word ‘hand’, they will be able to hear the letter H at the beginning of the word, circle it and learn how to say it in different words.
So, this is a great worksheet to try out with your students!
As a bonus, there is also a tracing section at the bottom of the page that you can revisit later or use as an extension task.
This worksheet will help make your students be able to identify the letter H through sound and pronunciation in no time!
It features a range of pictures from spiders to hats, horses to houses, and it is down to your students to circle (or color in) all the images that start with the letter H.
This means they will have to identify the name for each picture, say it aloud and recognize the sound of the letter H in its name.
This will help them learn how to pronounce the letter H in full words in no time!
Also, there is a bonus extension task at the bottom of the page which you students can try out later.
For a fun little worksheet that involves learning how to pronounce and spell with the letter H, why not try out this worksheet here?
It is a copy and pasting exercise that will require your students to cut out squares that contain the letter H and stick them down in the appropriate place to spell out words.
This will help them see where the letter H goes in different words and its effect on the word’s pronunciation.
For example, how it helps make the ‘sh’ sound in ‘fish’.
Not only that but this worksheet also doubles as a tracing exercise so your students can get a head start on writing letters.
There is even space at the bottom of the page for your students to try writing independently.
Learning the difference between uppercase and lowercase letters can be tricky, but it’s an important step that everyone must go through during their early years.
Help your students through this task by supplying them with this fun coloring exercise that puts their knowledge to the test!
This worksheet features lots of hearts with a range of lowercase and uppercase H letters in each.
Your students will have to color in all the capital H letters in one color and all the lowercase H letters in another to prove that they can identify the difference.
Not only is this worksheet a fun exercise for your students, but it’s also super easy for you to mark later as all you will need to do is run an eye over each page to see if there’s any mistakes clearly marked out.
When your students first begin to learn how to write, it’s important to start out small and give them plenty of guidance through the motions of writing each letter.
This worksheet here is a great starting point because not only does it provide them with plenty of opportunity to practise their writing through tracing and independent writing, but there are also examples with arrows to guide them through how to write the letter H.
So, if your student is stuck, they can just refer to the example letter H and follow the arrows so they can remember how to write the letter H properly.
This worksheet also covers both capital H and lowercase H so your students can have the proper support and guidance to write both letters with confidence!
This worksheet is a great in between page that will help your students practise their writing skills when it comes to the letter H.
One of the best ways to conquer writing letters is to have your students write them again and again until they have mastered them.
This means that you will need plenty of sheets of paper with tracing letters and clear writing lines to help them out.
This worksheet has all that you need, including space for independent writing and a few letters for your students to use as reference.
There is even a picture of a horse they can color in later as an extension task.
So, if you need a good worksheet to help give your students space to practise their letter H, then this is the worksheet for you!
One of the best ways to help your students learn how to write the letter H is through tracing.
This method gives them guidance and support when it comes to writing, plus it gives them a good reference on how their letters should look.
This tracing worksheet is filled with tracing letters for your students to try out.
It includes both capital and lowercase letters, as well as space at the bottom for independent writing so your students can put what they have learned to the test.
This makes it a great choice for any teacher to give to their students because it provides plenty of room and guidance when it comes to learning how to write the letter H.
For even more practice when it comes to tracing the letter H, check out this worksheet right here!
There’s loads of examples and room for your students to write their letters in, making it the ideal worksheet for repetitive writing!
It also includes both capital H and lowercase H so your students can practise writing both letters plenty of times over and over again.
By the end of this worksheet, your students will be able to write both letters with absolute precision and confidence!
This worksheet covers a lot of different exercises in one go.
First, it works great for helping your students learn how to identify the letter H through sound and pronunciation through its coloring task.
They should color in every picture that uses the letter H in its name, and then pick one to write out below.
There is a tracing exercise underneath and then space for them to write independently.
In this space, they can write out a word that begins with the letter H and put their writing and spelling to the test.
This makes this worksheet a great late stage learning tool to help wrap up those loose ends when it comes to writing, reading and spelling.
This worksheet is also worlds great at helping your students not only write the letter H, but to pronounce it.
It features many different pictures of words that all begin with the letter H.
Next to it, there is a tracing exercise so your students can practice tracing the letter H and see how it fits in with the rest of the word.
By pronouncing the word, they can hear how the letter H sounds and how it fits into the word altogether.
As an extension exercise, you can even have your students write out the letter in whole independently in the space beside the original word.
This is a great way to test their abilities and to get them writing on their own without the guidance of tracing.
This worksheet puts your students to the test by having them write the letter H completely independently.
It features many images of things that begin with the letter H and also features the word written out next to them.
However, the letter H is missing and it is down to your students to write them in themselves.
There are no traceable lines in the spaces so it is completely down to your students to put what they have learnt over the past few lessons to the test.
As a bonus, there is an extension task at the bottom of the page where your students can trace and write independently, but this worksheet works as a great late stage exercise to test their writing skills.
This worksheet is an ultimate tracing worksheet as not only will it have your students tracing the letter H, but lots of other letters too.
It helps them put all of their writing skills together to write out full words with a little bit of guidance and all the words begin with the letter H.
This is a great late stage worksheet that is best given to your students after they have learned how to write other important letters like their vowels.
This is because it will help them not only write them all out together, but see how different letters come together to spell certain words.
They can then pronounce each letter independently and hear how combined, they make a word and have meaning.
Once your students can write all their letters with confidence, then the next step is to teach them how to write in cursive.
This worksheet allows your students to trace out the letter H in cursive and see how it joins up with other letters.
It covers both capital and lowercase H, as well as short words that begin with H.
So, if you also want to teach your students how to write in cursive as well, this is a great worksheet for you to use when it comes to teaching them how to write the letter H in cursive!
And there you have it!
15 amazing worksheets that all help your students learn how to write the letter H.
After they have tried out a handful of these worksheets, they are sure to be able to not only write but say and identify the letter H with confidence.
So, pick out some of the worksheets that jump out the most to you and good luck in your next letters lesson!