We are headed to the ballpark today with this fun Baseball Letter Tracing Activity!
Writing activities like this one are a simple way for your young learners to practice tracing or writing capital letters.
As they record the letters, they will also work on developing their fine motor and other essential pre-writing skills.
This letter formation activity includes both capital and lowercase letter cards and recording sheets, so you can differentiate it for your young learners.
You can use this resources during morning tubs, literacy centers, or small groups. You can create a Write the Room activity for even more fun too!
Getting Ready to Use the Baseball Letter Tracing Activity:
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- 26 Baseball Lowercase Letter Cards
- 26 Baseball Capital Letter Cards
- 3 Recording Sheets
What Else Is Needed:
- Card Stock
- Copy Paper
- Laminating Sheets
To get this free printable letter formation activity ready for your kids to use, fill out the form below.
Next, download and print the cards on white card stock and the recording sheets on copy paper.
Then, laminate the cards and cut them apart.
If you want to create a Write the Room activity, tape the cards around your classroom or house.
Finally, make as many copies of the recording sheets that you need.
How to Use the Baseball Letter Tracing Activity:
Before completing this themed letter formation activity, share these preschool sports books with your kids to learn more about baseball and other sports.
For the activity, your students will select a capital or lowercase letter card and identify the letter on it.
Next, they will find that letter on their recording sheets and trace it.
If your kids are using the blank recording sheet, they will write the capital or lowercase letter.
If you are using this as a Write the Room activity, your young learners will walk around the room to find the cards.
When they find a card, they will identify the letter and trace or write it on their recording sheet.
This Baseball Letter Tracing Activity is a fun way for your preschoolers and kindergarteners to practice identifying and tracing letters this spring or summer.
More Sports Literacy Activities:
If you are looking for more sports-themed literacy activities for your young learners, try these resources:
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To get the free printable letter formation activity, fill out the form below.