Food Alphabet Activity Workbook – Trace, Color, Cut and Paste


Work on scissor skills, coloring, and cutting with this 29 page A-Z resource with a foods challenge.

Address fine motor and visual motor skills coupled with sequencing skills as the child places the letter blocks in the correct order to copy the word listed at the top of the page.

Work on skills such as:

  • Scissor skills
  • Coloring
  • Visual motor skills
  • Eye-hand coordination
  • Visual scanning
  • Form constancy
  • Sequencing
  • Visual attention
  • Fine motor grasp and precision


This workbook provides a fun opportunity for children to engage in the act of tracing letters, coloring, cutting, and pasting while also focusing on each letter of the alphabet individually. 

This resource addresses all uppercase letters from A-Z with worksheet items being what a child might eat at home, try in a restaurant, or find in the grocery store. Add this to a challenge where children try new foods or learn about foods.

Therapists, teachers, and homeschool parents would love this resource as a complementary tool to any alphabet curriculum and it can easily be utilized in the classroom setting, therapy session, or at home as a home school activity or sent home as a homework activity. Each letter of the alphabet is focused on individually making it easy to incorporate into any letter learning curriculum.  A great resource that easily adds fine and visual motor skill building too! 

This resource contains 29 pages with all being black and white making it an easy and simple print and go resource.

The workbook food items included are:

  • avocado
  • banana
  • carrot
  • donut
  • egg
  • fries
  • grapes
  • hot dog
  • ice cream
  • jam
  • kiwi
  • lemon
  • muffin
  • noodles
  • orange
  • pretzel
  • quesadilla
  • radish
  • strawberry
  • taco
  • ugli fruit
  • Vidalia onion
  • waffle
  • ximenia fruit
  • yam
  • zucchini.