Free printable b and d confusion worksheets for teaching the difference between the two.
If you have a child or a student who struggles with telling the difference between b and d, then these worksheets are just for you!
The worksheets will provide them with plenty of practice in a simple, fun way.
It is important to note that lowercase b and d reversal is very common in young children and usually gets better with age and practice.
So read on to find out how to grab these free worksheets and discover more alphabet letter printables, too.
b and d worksheets PDF
Because b and d reversal is quite common and normal in children first learning to read, I decided to create this printable to help teachers and parents out. You can easily use these worksheets with your children in kindergarten, first grade, and even second grade.
If you’d like to learn a simple technique on how to teach them to tell the difference, this one method seems to be quick and effective in most children.
And to provide them with extra practice without the stress of reading, try using my worksheets.
b and d REversal worksheets
What you’ll need:
- the b and d reversal printable (download at the end)
- some colored pencils or crayons
It is easy to download and print this set of worksheets so you can have a low-prep activity at hand when you need it!
Alphabet worksheets pdf free download
For more alphabet letter practice, make sure you check out more of my free printables here:
Copy the letters worksheets – copy and write uppercase and lowercase letters
Spotting letters alphabet worksheets – find the correct letters in each line
Tracing lowercase letters – practice writing all the letters in lowercase
Letter B tracing worksheets – upper and lowercase letter tracing for just letter B
Letter D tracing – similarly, practice solely the letter D with your child
ABC coloring booklet – a fun printable for kids just learning their letters
b vs d worksheets
These b vs d worksheets are just a small part of how we can support our children learning to read.
Make sure to have a lot of patience, read with your child often, and provide them with plenty of opportunities to practice.
To download the printable, just scroll to the bottom of this page. You will find your PDF there.
And please, remember, these printable letter worksheets are for personal and classroom use only. Thank you!