Are you learning about the letter X? If so you are going to love our free letter X coloring page.
This is such a fun coloring sheet. The kids will color in the upper case letter X, plus other items beginning with X.
I am also going to share our favorite letter X activities and printables that you can enjoy either in the classroom or at home.
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Letter X Coloring Sheet
This is such an easy and fun way to learn the letter X and learn new words beginning with X.
This free X coloring page letter is free to print but is for personal or classroom use only. Scroll to the bottom of the page to get the pdf file.
Included in the free printable letter coloring page are the following items beginning with X:
- X is for X-Ray
- X is for xylophone
- X is for x-ray fish
- X is for X (kisses!)
How to use the letter x coloring page
Print out the template below, it will print out on one full page. Make sure to check the printer settings.
Chicka Chicka ABCAlphaOops!: The Day Z Went FirstI Spy LettersEating the AlphabetSchool Zone – Get Ready Flash Cards Alphabet & Numbers 2 Pack – Ages 4 to 6, Preschool to Kindergarten, ABCs, Uppercase and Lowercase Letters, Numbers 1-100, Counting, and MoreBriarpatch |The World of Eric Carle ABC/123 2-Sided Floor Puzzle, Multi
You can of course print this on normal printer paper, but with all of our crafts, they always look better on cardstock.
As there are so many things to color in try and get the kids to use lots and lots of different colors. It will make it stand out so much more.
When the kids have finished have them hang it up in their bedroom or classroom. This will help when they come to memorize their ABCs.
The most important thing though is just to have fun!
Why use a letter X coloring page with your preschoolers?
Using a coloring page helps children learn letter recognition and phonological awareness, through the beginning sounds of words & letter sounds.
These preschool printable letter worksheets will help young students develop their fine motor skills and strengthen their hand muscles. All while having fun with educational activities like this letter X coloring sheet.
Letter X Fun
For even more letter X activities that I know you are going to love:
Letter x books for preschool
While finding books specifically centered around the letter X may be a bit challenging. You can still incorporate books that feature words starting with X or books that engage preschoolers with rhymes, wordplay, and alphabet exploration.
My mom has x-ray vision is a funny and imaginative picture book that follows the adventures of a young child who believes their mom has extraordinary superpowers. From seeing through walls to finding lost objects, this book celebrates the special bond between a child and their mom while igniting the imagination and wonder of young readers.
Fox in Socks: Although not entirely focused on the letter X, this classic Dr. Seuss book is filled with whimsical rhymes and tongue twisters. Preschoolers can enjoy the playful language and encounter words that contain the letter X, such as “fox” and “box,” enhancing their phonological awareness.
Tips for downloading the free files
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Within minutes you will be sent the free PDF directly to your email address, so you can print it out and start using it immediately.
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Download the free letter x coloring worksheet
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Last Updated on 2 October 2023 by homeschoolof1