Have fun sharpening cursive handwriting skills and exploring the underwater world with these FREE Ocean-Themed Cursive Alphabet Tracing Pages. Students can practice tracing each uppercase and lowercase letter and can color pictures of dozens of ocean animals along the way if they like.
Each of these FREE Ocean-Themed Cursive Alphabet Tracing Pages has a large practice letter at the top followed by a section where kids can practice tracing or writing the letter many times in a more normal size. Each page also includes a picture of an ocean animal whose name starts with the letter being practiced. This is a fun way to introduce some science to your handwriting practice and make learning handwriting more fun!
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