a
Flat Hat

b
Baseball Bee

c
Cool Cat
d
Dancing Dinosaur
e
Excellent Elephant
f
Friendly Fish
g
Gorilla Girl
h
Hairy Horse
i
Sid Squid
j
Jolly Jet
Alphabet Letter K Worksheet
k
Kind Kangaroo
l
Lazy Lion
Alphabet Letter M Worksheet Kindergarten
M
Magic Monster
Alphabet Letter N Worksheet
N
Necktie Ned
Alphabet Letter K Worksheet - Kindergarten
O
Odd Octopus
p
Purple Parrot
q
Quiet Queen
r
Racing Rabbit
s
Super School
t
Tattle Turtle
U - Umbrella Fella
v
Violin Veggies
w
Worm Wagon
x
Fox Box
y
Yelling YoYo
z
Zebra Zoo
 

Skills taught in each worksheet include the following:

Letter Name
Tracing the letters using a crayon in the activities above provides the repetition necessary to begin the letter memorization process. 
Letter Writing
Hollow letters are used on the worksheets to provide a good visual imprint and guide proper letter formation.
Colors
Answers to all questions are designated by coloring the appropriate letter with a colored crayon or pencil.  For example -

"Color the "b" under the bees wing - red."

Phonics - Phonemic Awareness
Memorization of the letter sound is enhanced by association with the "Memorable Character" for each letter. The final section of the worksheet shows 5 pictures and asks the child if the picture begins with the sound of the worksheet letter.  Ex. - Does "ball" begin with the "buh" sound?  The child then circles  the word "yes" or "no" directly below the picture.
Spatial and Descriptive Terms
Meaning of the words - OVER - UNDER - ABOVE - BELOW - SMALLEST - BIGGEST - FRONT - BACK - FIRST - SECOND - THIRD - LAST - MIDDLE - CLOSEST - FARTHEST - TINIEST - LARGEST - ON - NEXT - SMOOTHEST - ROUGHEST -  THINNEST - THICKEST - LEFT and  RIGHT.  

These skills are taught by having the child perform a "thinking" task  -

"Pick up a red crayon and color the letter p that is over the parrot's  wing."

Children seem to truly enjoy the challenge provided in this type of activity.