Letter G Cut and Paste Worksheets

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Preschoolers and kindergarteners will focus on letter recognition and beginning sounds with this set of free Letter G cut and paste worksheets.

In addition to these important early literacy skills, young learners will strengthen fine motor muscles as they complete each of the activities included in this pack.

Because these worksheets are print-and-go, they’re perfect for busy homeschool moms and classroom teachers like you.

These free printables help little ones practice important motor and language skills in a fun and engaging way.

Keep reading to discover all of the skills covered in this fun set of alphabet cut and paste worksheets.

Letter G Cut and Paste Worksheets

These free cut and paste worksheets require no preparation. Just print them on regular printer paper. You’ll need the following supplies to complete these activities:

  • crayons (optional)
  • scissors
  • glue


I love when one simple activity touches on a wide variety of skills, and this worksheet packet does just that!


The most obvious skill covered in this worksheet pack is letter recognition. There are G’s all over the pages in this bundle.

One of the worksheets included has students identify which letters are Gg and which letters aren’t. The letters are all presented in different fonts which is important since the world of advertising utilizes a wide variety of fonts.

When kids can pick out the basic form of letter G, they can recognize the letter on signs, in magazines, and on their favorite television shows.

Our first letter recognition page has children sorting eighteen letters into two columns – “letter Gg” or “not letter Gg”.

Another worksheet in this pack has children sort uppercase and lowercase letters G and g. Like the worksheet described above, this one includes various fonts which helps children strengthen visual discrimination skills.


There are many ways to teach young learners the sounds each letter makes. You can have children practice with games, worksheets, or other activities.

This worksheet pack includes a beginning sounds sorting page similar to the letter recognition pages described above.

Children will name nine objects and sort them according to whether they start with /g/ or not.


The last two pages in this worksheet pack focus on reading. On the first page, children will read four words that begin with the letter G. They’ll cut and paste those words under the correct picture.

The second page features an object that begins with the letter G. Children will cut and paste labels to identify the parts of the picture.


If your kids enjoy these alphabet activities, you can expand on the themes and topics included to create a full Letter of the Week unit study.

Goat – Complete a few pages from this Three Billy Goats Gruff book companion. You could even let them play with these adorable felt Billy Goats Gruff finger puppets.

Game – Host a family game night with games preschool and kindergarten kiddos can play.

Groundhog – Make an easy paper plate groundhog craft. Or, try this roll-a-groundhog craftivity!


Fill your book basket with a great collection of Letter G books. Most of these books can be found at your local library or used bookstore.

If you have a hard time finding them, you can order them through my Amazon affiliate links by clicking the images below.

G is for GoatGrumpy GroundhogPetunia


G is for Goat – Letter by letter, meet cart-pulling goats; clothes-munching goats; head-butting, hill-climbing, tail-wagging goats! Cats, chicks, dogs, and bunnies play along with these friendly goats, joining in the fun.

From A is for Apple to Z is for Zoe, these rascally animals just won’t stop until they’ve romped through the whole alphabet.

Grumpy Groundhog – It’s Groundhog Day, and everyone is gathered to find out if it’s time for spring. But Groundhog does NOT want to leave his cozy bed in his cozy den.

Will the townspeople be able to coax him outside to do his job?

Petunia – Petunia finds a book–and, decides that if she owns a book she must be wise, dispenses hilariously mistaken advice to the other animals in the farmyard.


If your kids enjoy this Letter Gg activity, be sure to check out these additional worksheets. Pick and choose a few to add to your upcoming homeschool plans.

Letter G Cut and Paste

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