Preschool Ela Early Writing WorksheetsBack
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- Match the Seasons: Trace the Diagonal Lines
Match the pictures representing the four seasons with the proper objects by tracing the diagonal lines to connect them in order to prepare for writing.
- Curved Line Tracing: Match the Shapes and Objects
Complete this simple activity by tracing the curved lines to match each shape with the object that has the same shape.
- Practice Tracing Horizontal Lines
Strengthen your fine motor skills by tracing the horizontal lines to complete the picture and don't forget to use your crayons to add color!
- Line Tracing: Doggie Directions
Get a worksheet that's all about tracing fun. To complete this worksheet preschooler child will need to trace the rounded lines on the page.
- Tracing Diagonal Lines: Complete the Frog Prince
Become a pro at drawing diagonal lines in preparation for writing your ABC's by tracing the streams of rain drops surrounding the frog prince in the picture!
- Vertical Lines: Drawing Downward
Your child will practice and develop her pencil control skills by drawing downward vertical lines which will help her when she begins writing her letters.
- Trace & Color: Jack and the Beanstalk
Kids practice writing straight lines in this cute coloring page featuring Jack from Jack and the Beanstalk.
- Tracing Lowercase Letters f,t
Tracing is the first step to great handwriting! Get your little writer in the groove with this lowercase tracing sheet.
- Name Activity Placemat
Color in the letters then write your name in the space reserved. Then turn the worksheet into a placemat that will not be mistaken for anyone's but yours!
- Fly, Butterfly, Fly!
Help the butterflies fly from left to right by tracing the curved lines.
- Tracing Shapes: Circles
Ooh, bubbles! Get your child acquainted with the various shapes with this tracing worksheet.
- Trace & Color Shamrock!
Wrap tracing and coloring fun into your child's St. Patrick's Day celebrating. She can decorate for the holiday and get fine motor skills practice too!
- Tracing Lowercase Letters: b,d,p
Dig into some solid handwriting practice! Your little writer will be building his fine motor muscles as he traces each letter.
- Tracing Circles
Take flight with this bright bouquet of balloons! Your child will practice her fine motor skills by carefully tracing each colorful circle.
- Tracing Lowercase Letters h,m,n
Little writers, prepare for some beginning handwriting practice with this tracing worksheet.
- Letter to My Future Self
What would you like to be doing 5 years from now? Help your child understand the concept of present versus future with a fun time capsule activity!
- Tracing Lowercase Letters c,o,a
Get your pencils ready, it's time for handwriting practice! Have your little writer practice tracing curvy lines.
- Match the Flowers: Trace the Diagonal Lines
Preschoolers can use this activity to gain preparation for writing the ABC's by tracing the diagonal lines to connect the matching flowers.
- Tracing Lowercase Letters e,s
Give your little writer a head start learning his handwriting skills. He'll learn the motions of how to draw each part of the letter.
- Why Did the Chicken Cross the Road: Diagonal Lines 1
These chickens need your child's help to cross the road. Kids will use their fine motor skills to trace lines and finish the crosswalks for the hens.
- Diagonal Lines: School Supplies
From sticky tape and goopy globs of glue to pencils and yummy lunches, your child can practice tracing diagonal lines with some familiar school supplies.
- Tracing Lowercase Letters l,i,j
Get into the groove of handwriting! This tracing lesson will help train your child's hand for writing letters and words.
- Fine Motor Tracing
Is your preschooler hungry for a tasty and refreshing snack? Give him a visual treat with these traceable frozen delights.
- Motion of the Ocean
Have your preschooler trace the curved lines in the picture to mimic the motion of the ocean in order to practice pencil coordination.