Are you looking for preschool worksheets that will help your kids when they are learning the ABC’s? These Letter Tracing Worksheets for Preschool are a simple, hands-on way for your kids to work on letter formation and fine motor skills!
Letter Tracing Worksheets for Preschool:
Using this writing activity will help your preschoolers practice using writing tools and work on their pencil grip.
Pre-writing activities like these are also a great way for kids to develop their fine motor skills, hand muscle strength, and more.
Before kids can learn how to read, they need to be able to recognize the letters of the alphabet by their shape.
Letter tracing worksheets like these are a fun way for pre-writers and developing writers to learn and practice letter shapes and formation.
Why Are Fine Motor Skills Important?
From holding a pencil to turning the pages in a book, kids use their fine motor skills everyday as they are learning to read and write.
The development of the small muscles in the hands and fingers in coordination with the eyes is important in not only children’s learning but also in their everyday life.
Getting Ready To Use The Letter Tracing Worksheets for Preschool:
- 26 Letter Tracing Worksheets
What Else Is Needed:
- Copy Paper
- Dry Erase Pocket (optional)
- Dry Erase Marker (optional)
To print these no-prep worksheets, click on the button below and fill out the form. Next, print the pages that you want to use with your preschoolers.
If you are going to reuse these worksheets, you may want to print the worksheets on card stock because the thicker paper is more durable.
You can then put the worksheets in dry erase pockets and have your kids trace over the letters using dry erase markers.
How To Use The Letter Tracing Worksheets for Preschool:
To use this writing activity, your preschoolers will identify the letter on the worksheet.
Next, they will trace over the large capital and lowercase letters. Your kids can do this with their finger, pencil, or small manipulative such as a counting bear.
Your preschoolers will then trace over the other capital and lowercase letters on their worksheets using a pencil or other writing utensil.
Finally, they can say the name of the pictures that begin with the letter as they color them.
These Letter Tracing Worksheets for Preschool are a fun, hands-on way for kids to work on writing lowercase and capital letters, fine motor skills, and much more!
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Do you have auditory learners that need to hear how letters are formed as they practice writing them? Using these Letter Tracing Cards, your students will read (or listen as you read) how each letter is formed. They will then practice writing the letter as they repeat how they are formed for multisensory learning. Click on the picture to learn more about this resource!