3… 2… 1… Blast off! These Rocket Tracing Worksheets are out-of-this-world!
With these preschool worksheets, your students will work on writing strokes, pencil grip, fine motor skills, and other pre-writing skills.
Rocket Tracking Worksheets:
Your young learners need to practice using writing tools and develop their pencil grip before learning how to write.
They also need to practice making basic pre-writing strokes that are used to write letters.
Pre-writing activities like these tracing worksheets are a great way for your kids to develop their fine motor skills too.
Getting Ready To Use The Rocket Tracing Worksheets:
- 5 Rocket Tracing Worksheets
What Else Is Needed:
- White Card Stock or Copy Paper
- Crayons or Markers
- Dry Erase Markers (optional)
- Dry Erase Pockets (optional)
- Laminator and Laminating Pouches (optional)
- Play Dough (optional)
- Glitter Glue (optional)
- Paint Pens (optional)
These no-prep worksheets are so easy to get ready for your kids to use. First, fill out the form below.
Then, download and print the worksheets on paper. You can make as many copies as you need for your students.
How To Use The Rocket Tracing Worksheets:
For this pre-writing activity, your preschoolers will trace over the lines using crayons or markers. They can use different colors to create a colorful rocket.
Your children can also trace over the lines using glitter glue or a paint pen. They can cover the lines using play dough too.
Pre-writers can use these Rocket Tracing Worksheets to develop their fine motor skills, practice writing strokes, and much more!
How Can These Worksheets Be Turned Into A Reusable Activity?
If you want your preschoolers to reuse this activity, print the worksheets on card stock because the thicker paper is more durable.
Next, laminate the printables or place each one in a dry erase pocket. Your kids can then use dry erase markers to trace over the lines.
More Space Literacy Activities for Kids:
These no-prep worksheets would be a fun addition to your space unit. You can read picture books such as:
National Geographic Little Kids First Big Book of Space by Catherine Hughes
The Magic School Bus Lost in the Solar System by Joanna Cole
Your preschoolers and kindergarteners may also like these themed resources:
You May Also Like These Letter Tracing Cards:
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.
Your kids will then practice writing the letter as they repeat how they are formed for multisensory learning. They can also form the letters using play dough, mini erasers, pom poms or another manipulative.
Click on the link or the picture below to learn more about this letter formation resource!
Download The Rocket Tracing Worksheets:
To get the free printable space-themed tracing worksheets, fill out the form below.