What could be more fun than tracing Frankenstein’s hair? Your kids are sure to love these free printable Frankenstein Tracing Worksheets!
Halloween literacy activities like this one are a simple way for your young learners will work on writing strokes, fine motor skills, and more.
Get your students into the Halloween spirit while also working on important literacy skills with this pre-writing activity.
By practicing different strokes, children can learn how to control a pencil and make basic shapes.
These are the building blocks for later writing skills such as letter formation.
Pre-writing activities like this one help children to develop spatial awareness and learn how to follow lines and patterns too.
Getting Ready to Use the Frankenstein Preschool Worksheets:
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- 12 Frankenstein Tracing Worksheets
What Else Is Included:
For a reproducible activity:
For a reusable activity:
- Card Stock
- Laminating Pouches
- Dry Erase Pockets
- Dry Erase Markers
To get this pre-writing activity ready for your kids, fill out the form at the bottom of the page.
After receiving the email with the printables, download and print the worksheets on copy paper.
You can then make as many copies as you need for your students.
To make this activity reusable, print the worksheets on white card stock.
Then, laminate the printables or place each one in a dry erase pocket.
How to Use the Frankenstein Tracing Activity:
For this Halloween pre-writing activity, your kids will use crayons or markers to trace over the lines that make up Frankenstein’s hair.
They can also use paint pens, Bingo daubers, or glitter glue to form the lines.
If you laminated the worksheets, your young learners can trace over the lines using a dry erase marker.
These Frankenstein Tracing Worksheets are a fun way for your preschoolers and kindergarteners to practice pre-writing strokes this Halloween.
More Halloween Literacy Activities:
Extend this Halloween pre-writing activity by pairing it with these themed books and literacy activities.
Halloween Books for Kids:
To extend the activity and make learning fun, pair this resource with these picture books.
Frankenstein Doesn’t Wear Earmuffs! by John Loren
Frankenstein Makes a Sandwich by Adam Rex
Does Frankenstein Get Hungry? by John Solimine
Halloween Activities for Kids:
With these themed literacy activities, your preschoolers and kindergarteners can work on letter recognition, sequencing, and more!
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From letter matching to counting, your kids will work on a variety of important literacy and math skills.
Click on the picture to learn more about the 10 resources that are included in this bundle!
Download the Frankenstein Tracing Printables:
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