Make learning the alphabet even more fun with these FREE Alphabet Tracing Pages for Young Writers! They are full of letter practice, cute pictures, and bonus pencil control practice.
Each page in these FREE Alphabet Tracing Pages for Young Writers includes a letter of the alphabet to practice. Sheets are provided for both uppercase and lowercase letters. A large practice letter is provided at the top of the page. The remainder of the page is filled with opportunities for kids to trace the letter at a more regular size.
Each page also includes a picture kids can color of an object that starts with the featured letter. Each picture also has a tracing line around it, giving students bonus opportunities to practice pencil control as they trace the objects of all different sizes and shapes.
This is a great way to help kids learn how to write the letters of the alphabet.
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