I have found a remarkable website called School Sparks that was created by a kindergarten teacher for making worksheets available for families. “The kindergarten worksheets on this site are divided by area of study: math and numbers; letters and words; the alphabet; visual discrimination; auditory processing; phonemic awareness; fine motor skills; and other kindergarten themes (such as days of the week, months of the year, and emotions). Within each area, there are numerous categories which are designed to reflect what a kindergarten curriculum for that particular area might entail.” ~ http://www.schoolsparks.com
If you are looking for worksheets to reinforce the alphabet, I suggest you look at the alphabet parade worksheets. These feature each letter of the alphabet to help your child learn to identify what sound(s) each one makes and locate them in a printed word. Plus, there are letter tracing worksheets to help your child learn to write each letter. There is a minimum of 6 worksheets per letter. They are colorful, interesting, and best of all– free! Isn’t that good news?