Letter R Cut and Paste Worksheets

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When you provide your little ones with this set of Letter R cut and paste worksheets, you give them an opportunity to work on letter recognition and beginning sounds.

In addition to these early literacy skills, these worksheets give young learners a chance to practice their scissor skills. You’ll love how these simple worksheets can help your preschoolers and kindergarteners work on important skills.

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

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 R 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!


Obviously, the biggest skill covered in this worksheet pack is letter recognition. There are R’s all over the pages in this bundle.

One worksheet has students identify which letters are Rr 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 R or r, 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 Rr” or “not letter Rr”.

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


There are so many fun ways to teach beginning sounds. 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 /r/ 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 R. They’ll cut and paste those words under the correct picture.

The second page features an object that begins with the letter R. 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.

Race cars – You and your kids can make a DIY cardboard tube garage craft to store their race cars.

Rabbit – Here’s a simple rabbit puppet craft your little ones will love.

Radish – This paper garden craft contains a radish. It’s perfect for this lesson.

Rose – Print out the “R is for Rose” worksheet from this pack of Letter R tracing worksheets.

Letter R Books for Kids

Fill your book basket with a great collection of Letter R 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.

MarshmallowRace Car DreamsRah, Rah, Radishes!: A Vegetable Chant (Classic Board Books)


Marshmallow – Oliver is a tabby cat who is always the center of attention. Marshmallow is a baby rabbit who moves into Oliver’s home.

At first Oliver does not welcome Marshmallow, but the little bunny’s charms are impossible to resist. This is the true story of how Oliver and Marshmallow become friends.

Race Car Dreams – After a day at the track of zipping and zooming, a race car is tired and ready for bed. He washes his rims, fills his tummy with oil, and chooses a book that is all about speed. All toasty and warm, he drifts off to sleep, he shifts into gear . . . and dreams of the race!

Rah, Rah, Radishes! – Know anyone who doesn’t like veggies? Here is a book that’s sure to change their hungry minds! With raucous, rhyming text, Rah, Rah, Radishes! celebrates fresh vegetables, nature’s bright colors, and the joy of healthy eating.

The book’s interactive spirit encourages kids to join in on the read-aloud fun, and little ones won’t be able to resist the book’s vibrant photographs—they’re a feast for the eyes!


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

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