Once children are familiar with the shape of the letter it is important to practice identifying it and using visual discrimination skills to observe how it is different from other letters. Here is my worksheet set that gives great practice. Students first trace the letter, then find (color) the objects that contain the designated letter. Pages are illustrated with clean, appealing images that correlate with the phoneme (letter sound). There is additionally a prompt to have the students count up the letters/objects they colored to add a cross curricular math element.
These are great for center work, homework pages, and can be used for intervention. Here are a couple of free preview pages to download. Click on each to download. They are formatted two to a page to help you conserve paper. If you like what you see, please click the image above to purchase the packet.