Many early childhood educational websites feature a section that provides printable templates for each letter in the alphabet so that parents and teachers can print out enlarged versions of each letter from A to Z. A number of these websites, including Woo!Jr and YourChildLearns, have specialized printing options and fun letter designs and themes ranging from Halloween to Christmas to bubble letters.
The Internet offers several more solutions to parents and teachers looking for printable alphabet letter templates. The social media and design site Pinterest has several member boards devoted to letter and number templates in a variety of different styles. All of these boards allow for direct and easy home printing, but a few also contain directions on how a parent or teacher can create his own personalized printable letters. Additionally, parents or teachers can use programs like Microsoft Word to create their own letter templates.
Increasing a document's default font size and centering each letter on its own page results in large and clearly legible alphabet letters that are easily printable from Word itself. Microsoft Word has hundreds of different font types and lettering styles, so users can personalize their printable letters even if they are not working from a letter template found online.