Help your young students become aware of world geography while they practice tracing the alphabet with these FREE Capitals of the World Alphabet Tracing Pages. Students can practice tracing each uppercase and lowercase letter numerous times on these fun and easy printable sheets.
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Get ready to explore the world with this fun copywork! Each of these FREE Capitals of the World Alphabet Tracing Pages has a large practice letter at the top that is 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 map of a featured country, showing that country’s capital and major cities. Each capital corresponds with the letter being practiced. (For the letter X, students learn “X marks the spot” and can mark the capital of the country where they live.)
This is a fun way to introduce 45 countries of the world while making learning handwriting more fun!
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