Turtle Worksheets for Preschool (free printables)

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Have fun with the kids with these free turtle worksheets for preschool.

These free homeschool printables are perfect for preschoolers, pre-kindergarten, and kindergarten students.

Enjoy learning fun new literacy skills, counting skills, and the alphabet with these 6 free worksheets.

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Free printable turtle worksheets

These turtle printable worksheets are free to print but are for personal or classroom use only. Scroll to the bottom of the page to get the pdf file.

There are 12 pages to download, six in black and white so the kids can enjoy coloring the pictures (and you can save ink!), and six in color.

Turtle theme writing practice

Get the kids to color in the turtle and then practice writing the word turtle in both lowercase letters and uppercase letters.


These worksheets are seriously awesome for boosting your preschooler’s learning and development.

They help develop their fine motor skills, which are super important for tasks like writing and drawing. By tracing letters on the worksheets, the kids can improve their hand-eye coordination and strengthen the muscles in their fingers and hands.

These worksheets are also an awesome introduction to the fundamental elements of language and literacy. Your preschooler can recognize and learn the shapes and sounds of letters by tracing and copying them.

Have even more fun with turtle games for preschoolers!


Find the letter t is for turtle

The children need to color in the turtle, then trace the upper case letter T, and lower case letter t, and then color in all of the circles with the same letters.

These letter worksheets are a total game-changer when it comes to helping your preschooler develop visual discrimination skills. They get to search for specific letters on the page, which helps them differentiate between the various shapes and sizes of letters. This skill is essential for reading and writing!

Forget boring alphabet books, find the letter worksheets are the real deal when it comes to making letter learning fun and interactive for kids!

No more passive staring at letters on a page, your little ones get to channel their inner Sherlock Holmes and search for the letters they need like mini detectives on a mission.

And the best part? This language arts worksheet help reinforce letter recognition and letter sounds.

Your preschooler gets to search for specific letters, connect their visual shapes to their sounds, and eventually use this skill to read and spell. It’s like building a strong foundation for future literacy skills!

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Alphabet maze

This alphabet maze is a great way to encourage the kids to learn their ABCs. Starting with the turtle the kids need to help him get his way back home by coloring in the correct path.

Starting with the letter A all the way through to Z.

These alphabet worksheets are a fantastic tool to help your kids learn the order of the letters in the alphabet by following a path from A to Z. It’s like going on a letter treasure hunt! And the best part? It helps them commit the sequence to memory.

These mazes can also help improve your child’s fine motor skills. By coloring in each letter as they go, your preschooler can improve their hand-eye coordination and strengthen their finger and hand muscles.


Completing an alphabet maze can also enhance your child’s spatial awareness and cognitive skills. By figuring out how to navigate the maze, your preschooler can improve their ability to mentally manipulate objects and think spatially.

Turtle counting worksheets

The kids will love this turtle math worksheet. They can color in the turtle (if you use the black and white option) and then count up to 5 turtles, and write the correct number.


This math worksheet offers tons of advantages for your preschooler’s development and learning. For one, they can enhance your child’s counting skills.

By counting the number of objects on the page, like cute little turtles. Your preschooler can practice and reinforce their ability to count up to various numbers, including 3 or 5.

You will also enjoy our fun missing numbers 1-20 worksheet.


Turtle tracing worksheet

Color in the 4 different turtles and their homes and then follow the zigzag lines.

These worksheets can help improve your child’s fine motor skills by having them trace the lines. It’s like playing connect the dots, but with added benefits! Your child will enhance their hand-eye coordination and strengthen the muscles in their hands and fingers.

Using these turtle worksheets can also boost your child’s pre-writing skills. Practicing tracing various shapes and patterns can help develop the necessary motor skills and muscle memory required for writing letters and numbers in the future.

The best part? Tracing line worksheets are super fun and exciting for young children. It’s an engaging way to introduce basic shapes and patterns that they can trace and follow along with. Your little ones will have a blast while learning important skills that will benefit them for years to come.


Turtle color by number

There are only 4 colors needed for this color by number printable. Brown, orange, yellow, and green.

The colored version shows the four colors as well as the word for the color. The black-and-white version only has the written word for the color. I recommend coloring the crayons in the correct color before handing them out.


Check out all of our turtle activities for preschoolers!

Turtle books for preschoolers

We absolutely love reading in our home, these are our favorite turtle books for preschoolers:

Turtle Splash!: Countdown at the Pond is a fun and interactive book for preschoolers. That follows a group of turtles as they prepare to jump into the pond. With a countdown from ten, the turtles jump in one by one, making a big splash! The book teaches counting and introduces children to different types of turtles.

Do Turtles like Ice Cream? A young girl asks various animals if they like ice cream, including a turtle. The turtle responds by saying that while they don’t eat ice cream, they do like to swim and bask in the sun. This book introduces children to different animals and their preferences.

National Geographic Readers: Turtles is an educational book that teaches preschoolers about different types of turtles. Including sea turtles, box turtles, and snapping turtles. The book includes interesting facts and colorful photographs that make learning about turtles fun.

The Box Turtle is a simple and charming book that follows a box turtle as it goes about its day. The book teaches children about the life cycle of box turtles and introduces them to different plants and animals in the turtle’s environment.

Other free printable letter t activities

If you are looking for even more letter t activities you will love these:

Tips for downloading the free files

Below you will see a large sign-up box where you need to add your name and email address, and press I NEED THIS NOW!

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.

Sometimes emails get a little wonky, so if you can’t see it, please check your spam folder where I am sure it is hiding.

Download the free preschool turtle printables

Make sure you choose the correct paper size and click on the shrink to fit button. All of our free printables for kids work better when printed on cardstock (this is the one we use and love.)

You will also enjoy our free frog worksheets for preschoolers.

Last Updated on 21 April 2024 by Clare

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