Today I have a very simple but super handy printable alphabet for you! I created these printables so that if for any random chance you need letters A-Z printed on a sheet of paper you’re ready!
There are also SO many possibilities for ways to use them! You could print them out for alphabet games for kids and homeschooling, cut them out to decorate, make crafts, decoupage or anything else you might like!
I also made three different variations of each of these sheets in different styles of the letters to give you even more ways to use them!
The outline version is especially neat because it features the letters A-Z on one page so you could use this as a coloring page or even a doodle template!
All of the printables were designed for printing on 8×11 paper, but you can of course easily resize them for any size of paper you like! You can even change your settings so more than one alphabet prints on one page!
There are SO MANY uses for these printable A-Z alphabet sheets so make sure you read all the ideas after the download links – you’ll be so inspired to use these in so many ways!
Download the printable alphabet a-z
You can choose to download either the print-ready PDF or the high-res JPG version of the file for each of the three versions – just choose the button below the image for the one you want!
If you need any help printing these, be sure to check out our section full of printing tips!
Endless possibilities on using these!
If you aren’t sure what to do or make with these alphabet printables, or maybe are just curious for the many educational + creative ways to use these, I am sure these ideas will inspire you!
Printable Flash Cards
You could easily use these for making your own flash cards. You could print out the letters and cut them out and either use as-is or even glue the letters to index cards or business card paper to make your own flash cards!
creative + Crafty art cards and tags
Another fun idea you can use these letters for is to use as a theme for making your own Artist Trading Cards, Tags and Index cards for art + creativity!
For example, you could do a letter on each tag for a set of 26 tags where you use all kinds of things related to that particular letter of the alphabet. So, if I were doing the letter Z, I’d probably include images or words that relate to things that start with the letter Z, like zebra, zipper and zoo.
Later, once you have the whole set complete, you could keep them together in a nice decorative case or you could even bind them all together as a book by punching a whole in them and then using either a ribbon or a binder ring to keep them all together.
Letter Matching games and puzzles
Another educational use for these would be to create a letter matching game. To do this, you’d want to print out 2 copies of the alphabet sheet and then cut one up into individual alphabet cards while using the other page as a game board and guide for where to put the alphabet pieces.
Make your Own Paper word games
This is another fun way to use these letters is to make your own printable word games taking inspiration from favorites such as Scrabble, Bananagrams, Boggle and others – simply cut out however many word tiles you like!
Use for Alphabet Letter Games
In addition to many word games where the letters are used as tiles, you can also use the alphabet sheets as a checklist for all sorts of other games.
For example, let’s say you want to play the game Scattergories, but you lost the 26 sided dice for all of the alphabet – or maybe you even want to play a pick-up game without the board pieces you could use this printable to help choose the letter.
You could also play games where you go through each letter and name or write something related to it. One of the games for that which comes to mind to me for long car rides is to play the alphabet game looking for things which start with each letter or even looking for letters in signs and license plates while you drive.
Decoupage + Crafts
Of course, we cannot neglect to mention being able to use these for decoupage and decor crafts. You could easily print these out to make your own alphabet crafts you like, such as personalized gifts or signs.
I’m sure there are so many other things too so if you have ideas I might have missed let me know how you are going to use this printable in the comments below! Enjoy your alphabet letters!