Alphabet Activity Sheets provide children with a multisensory approach to writing uppercase letters. These sheets include four ways to practice uppercase letter formation – tracing, play dough, Lego design, writing, and drawing. A multisensory approach to learning provides children with access to skill acquisition through multiple modalities involving their senses. Learning to write is a complicated skill for many children. Handwriting consists of the execution of many smaller skills, including fine motor control, gross motor control, and visual perceptual skills. When providing children with a multisensory approach to writing, it often leads to an increase in motivation and engagement, as well as an ability to retain and reproduce learned information.