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A to Z Alphabet Handwriting Worksheets for Fine Motor

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27 pages (PDF)|This resource is suitable for Grades: Pre-K - K

A set of alphabet handwriting worksheets to help children develop their fine motor skills and their knowledge and recognition of letters and sounds.

Use this teaching resource with pre-school and foundation school students for fine motor development, pencil grip, letter/sound recognition, letter formation and handwriting practice.

Encourage students to trace the pictures for fine motor development, then trace each upper and lower case letter and continue writing each letter on the handwriting lines provided.

Use the drop-down menu prior to downloading to select the appropriate school font and lines for your class.

This set includes a:

  • title page
  • worksheet for each letter of the alphabet.
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  • Joanna Miller-Crispe

    This would be great if it was actually usable. Needs to be in foundation font or it is useless as a school/pre-school resource.

    Comment by Joanna Miller-Crispe on January 31, 2017 at 9:28 pm


    • Scott (Teach Starter) Scott (Teach Starter)

      Hi Joanna, thank you for your comment.

      This is a fine motor activity. Activities like this help students to hone and develop their visual motor integration; the ability to control hand movement guided by vision. Along with letters, you will notice that we have also included pictures to trace.

      The added benefit of this activity is the exposure to different letterforms (outside of school fonts, such as Foundation), thus helping students to recognise different letters. While school fonts are an important part of developing students’ writing skills, in reality, school fonts are not used outside of the classroom (or in many books within the classroom). This places a greater emphasis on being able to identify a wider range of letterforms.

      I hope this helps to explain why we have selected a more generic font for this resource. If you would like this resource amended, please feel free to submit a change request by clicking on the ‘Changes & Updates’ tab above. Requests are voted on by the Teach Starter community.

      If you have any further questions, please let me know. I’m happy to help!

      Kind regards,
      Scott

      Official comment by Scott (Teach Starter) on February 1, 2017 at 7:59 am


    • Scott (Teach Starter) Scott (Teach Starter)

      Hi Joanna, I have some great news. You may have already seen this, however, we have now added school fonts for you to use with this resource!

      Official comment by Scott (Teach Starter) on February 23, 2017 at 10:57 am


  • Sharyn Harriss

    Thank you for creating this resource. My Prep students will love it!

    Comment by Sharyn Harriss on February 26, 2017 at 2:14 pm


    • Victoria (Teach Starter)

      Hi Sharyn,
      Thank you for your comment. We are pleased to hear your students enjoy using this resource.
      Kind regards,
      Victoria.

      Comment by Victoria (Teach Starter) on February 27, 2017 at 8:44 am


  • Vanessa

    In Western Australia, we write on the solid blue line at the bottom of the dotted thirds. Is there any way you can customise is so we can choose the placement of the letters?

    Thanks,
    Vanessa

    Comment by Vanessa on November 12, 2017 at 5:13 pm


  • Vanessa

    In Western Australia, we write on the solid blue line at the bottom of the dotted thirds. Is there any way you can customise is so we can choose the placement of the letters? Many school in WA don’t use WA font, we use NSW font.

    Thanks,
    Vanessa

    Comment by Vanessa on November 12, 2017 at 5:14 pm


    • Hayley Hamill

      I agree, if we could have this resource available in this format it would be fantastic!

      Comment by Hayley Hamill on January 27, 2018 at 6:24 pm


    • Stephanie (Teach Starter) Stephanie (Teach Starter)

      Hi Vanessa, thank you for your comment. Unfortunately, on resources such as these, the fonts can only be generated on the lines to which they correspond (according to each state). However, you can create your own handwriting worksheets using our ‘Create Your Own Handwriting Sheets’ widget – this allows you to choose your own fonts and lines (allowing you to mix and match if you choose to do so!) This can be found via the following link:

      Handwriting Sheet

      Official comment by Stephanie (Teach Starter) on January 29, 2018 at 10:14 am


  • Rob Cann

    Is there a way to remove the dotted thirds?

    Comment by Rob Cann on February 20, 2019 at 3:45 pm


    • Kristian Kristian

      Hi Rob, thank you for your comment. Unfortunately, on resources such as these, the fonts can only be generated on the lines to which they correspond (according to each state). However, you can create your own handwriting worksheets using our ‘Create Your Own Handwriting Sheets’ widget – this allows you to choose your own fonts and lines (allowing you to mix and match if you choose to do so!) This can be found via the following link:

      Handwriting Sheet

      Official comment by Kristian on February 22, 2019 at 8:16 am


  • Vanessa Darby

    Hi, is it possible to change the lines around with the dotted lines top and bottom and solid (guidelines) in the middle?

    Comment by Vanessa Darby on February 21, 2019 at 12:24 pm


    • Kristian Kristian

      Hi Vanessa, thank you for your comment. Unfortunately, on resources such as these, the fonts can only be generated on the lines to which they correspond (according to each state). However, you can create your own handwriting worksheets using our ‘Create Your Own Handwriting Sheets’ widget – this allows you to choose your own fonts and lines (allowing you to mix and match if you choose to do so!) This can be found via the following link:

      Handwriting Sheet

      Official comment by Kristian on February 22, 2019 at 8:16 am


  • Tarbinder Pandher

    when ever i try to print these the file goes all weird and the letters all end up over lapping

    Comment by Tarbinder Pandher on March 8, 2019 at 2:41 pm


    • Kristian Kristian

      Hello Tarbinder,
      Take a look at the following help article:
      https://support.teachstarter.com/faqs-and-troubleshooting/resource-printing-issues
      If there is anything else I can assist you with, please don’t hesitate to contact me.

      Official comment by Kristian on March 12, 2019 at 2:14 pm


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Resource Updates

  • This resource has been updated to include school fonts and handwriting lines.

    Change by Victoria (Teach Starter) 7th Feb, 2017

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