Use letter tracing worksheets to help your students develop their handwriting and fine motor skills.
How Does ABC Tracing Help Early Years’ Students?
Learning the alphabet by tracing the letters is a basic but important activity that helps develop the fine motor and handwriting skills of students. By tracing the letters, students get better at recognising their shapes and sequences while also improving their hand-eye coordination and motor control. Repeating the tracing motion helps students to remember how to form each letter, which is essential for writing neatly and quickly. Tracing letters also helps students pay attention to details and learn about space, as they learn how to move their pencils along the lines and curves of each letter.
Trace the Letters of the Alphabet & Draw a Picture
This 27-page resource includes a title page and 26 ABC tracing worksheets, one for each letter of the alphabet. To use, students will trace the pictures for fine motor development, then trace the upper and lowercase letters, helping them build the muscle memory and letter identification skills needed for writing in kindergarten
This resource works great as a reading center activity to practice handwriting.
Download Your Free Alphabet Tracing Sheets
This resource downloads as a single PDF resource file. However, we do have multiple fonts available! Click the dropdown arrow on the download button to find the font you prefer.
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