H Words for Kids

Words That Start With H

Having trouble teaching kids the alphabet? Now more than ever, it’s proving to be more difficult to keep kids engaged with their learning material. Their routines have changed and they’re probably missing their in-person class sessions.

We hope that these worksheets and activities will help you teach your children words that start with H. Find some words that start with H below.

H Words for Kids

Can you think of some H words for kids? These H words for kids can enhance your child’s vocabulary and build their reading skills in no time.

H Words for Kids

HatHeadHeal
HotHeedHeat
HitHutHope
HeHuntHone
HimHintHome
HerHillHug
HasHipHide
HadHopHid
HouseHeelHen 

H Words for Kindergarten Kids

Now that we’ve got some easy H words for kids out of the way, introduce them to these H words for kindergarten kids!

H Words for Kindergarten Kids

HappyHistoryHog
HealthyHedgeHeap
HealthHumpHem
HamHeldHey
HippopotamusHoleHi
HellHailHorse
HeavenHockeyHigh
HandHurtHold 

Preschool Words That Start With H

To teach your kids preschool words that start with H, refer to this list below! We’ve listed easy and slightly difficult preschool words that start with H to expand your child’s vocabulary.

HowHumHard
HayHammerHarm
HearHamperHurl
HeartHitchHarp
HereHalfHinge
HerdHairHare
HoseHabitHire 

More H Letter Words

Three Letter Words That Start With H

  • Haw
  • Hew
  • Hoe
  • Hub
  • Hue

To know more, visit 3 Letter Words for Kids.

Four Letter Words That Start With H

  • Hone
  • Horn
  • Hack
  • Halt
  • Heir

To further enhance your child’s vocabulary, visit Vocabulary Words for Kids.

Five Letter Words That Start With H

  • Hence
  • Handy
  • Haste
  • Hyena
  • Humid

To know more, visit Words for Kids.

Activities to Learn Alphabet H and H Words For Kids:

We’ve listed some fun activities to learn the alphabet H and H words. You could also check out our Alphabet Worksheets. We’ve also got ABC tracing worksheets your kids will love. 

  • Trace Hands: H is for hand! Take your child’s hand and draw its outline on a sheet of paper. Label it ‘hand’ and write your child’s name on it!
  • Construction Paper Hats: Use construction paper to make pretty hats. Decorate them with beads, sequins, glitter, and more! If your child isn’t feeling very ‘crafty’, how about introducing them to some Alphabet Coloring pages?
  • Hula Hoops: Have kids participate in a hula hoop competition! Whoever manages to keep the hoop around their waist the longest wins.
  • Make Hamburgers: Yum! Teach your child H stands for Hamburger with this fun activity. Let them watch you cook and even ask them to help you!