If you are looking for a pre-writing activity to add to your weather unit, try these printable Weather Tracing Worksheets! Your kids can use these preschool worksheets to work on writing strokes, pencil grip, fine motor skills, and other pre-writing skills!
Weather Tracing Worksheets:
Before learning how to write, your preschoolers need to work on using writing tools and develop their pencil grip.
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 children to develop their fine motor skills too.
Why Are Fine Motor Skills Important?
From holding a pencil to turning the pages in a book, your children use their fine motor skills as they are learning to read and write. It is important that young learners practice and develop these skills through a variety of activities.
Getting Ready To Use The Weather Tracing Worksheets:
- 10 Weather 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)
To get this pre-writing activity ready for your kids, click on the button below. Then, download and print the worksheets that you want to use.
If you want your children to reuse this activity, print the worksheets on card stock because the thicker paper is more durable. Then, laminate the printables or place each one in a dry erase pocket.
How To Use The Weather Tracing Worksheets:
Your pre-writers will begin this activity by selecting a rain or storm cloud worksheet. They will then use crayons or markers to trace over the different lines.
Your kids can also cover the lines using play dough, glitter glue, or a paint pen. If you laminate the worksheets or place them in dry erase pockets, they can use a dry erase marker to trace over the lines too.
Extend The Learning:
These no-prep worksheets would be a fun addition to your weather unit. You can read picture books such as:
Weather Words and What They Mean by Gail Gibbons
National Geographic Readers: Weather by Kristen Rattini
Your preschoolers will develop their fine motor skills, practice writing strokes, and much more as they trace the lines on these Weather Tracing Worksheets.
Pin It For Later:
Do you want to save this pre-writing activity for later? Pin this to your preschool activities board on Pinterest and it’ll be here for when you’re ready.
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