Letters Tracing Worksheets for Kindergarten

Letters Tracing for Kindergarten

Practice writing letters Aa to Zz through these free alphabet worksheets- Letters Tracing Worksheets for Kindergarten. 

Letters Tracing for Kindergarten

There are 6 stages fo writing namely: Beginning Writing, Early-Emergent Writing, Emergent Writing, Transitional Writing, and Extended Writing. 

Around ages 3.5 to 4.5 years old, children may already show signs of writing readiness. You might see your child getting so excited to get her hands on markers and pencils. 

Or you observe that your little one can color the whole day. And if you’re lucky, some of her coloring prowess will end up on the living room wall. Yikes!

When you see your child showing signs of readiness to write, I’d say, give your full support! Encourage her to write more by giving her opportunities to practice. 

Here are a couple of sure ways to help your child love writing more:

  1. Provide different writing materials (e.g. whiteboard, blackboard, lined papers, bond papers, colored boards, pencils, markers, crayons, etc…) Have these materials ready where your child frequents. 
  2. Write together with your child. Make greeting cards. Or other arts and crafts that involve writing. 
  3. Draw. Draw. Draw!
  4. Write a story together. You and your little one can help each other make your own storybook. You may do the writing while your child does the drawing. I’m sure your child will be over the moon during storytime. 
  5. Help strengthen your child’s hand and wrist muscles by working on different fine motor skills activities like lacing, playing with playdough and arts and crafts. 

More on developing your child’s fine motor skills:

Benefits of Lacing

5 Benefits of Playing with Playdough

Coin Bank for Toddler’s Fine Motor Development

Also, if your child is ready for more structured writing, you may have her practice using today’s free tracing worksheets.

Each page is divided into three sections: pictures of words that begin with featured letter, traceable uppercase letters, traceable lowercase letters.

These kindergarten worksheets are in Pdf format so they’re very easy to download and print. 

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Letters Tracing for Kindergarten

Teacher’s Note:

Encourage your child’s writing readiness by providing different materials and mediums.

Have these materials ready where your child frequents. 

You Might Also Like These:

Alphabet Tracing Worksheets

A to Z Tracing With Lines

Alphabet Tracing Worksheets

Letters Tracing Without Lines

Lowercase Letters Tracing Worksheets Set 1

Small Letters Tracing Worksheets Set 2

Uppercase Letters Tracing Worksheets Set 1

Big Letters Tracing Worksheets Set 2

Or just visit my Free Printable Page for more!

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6 Responses

  1. Hello,
    Your worksheets are so beautiful and thoughtfully designed. Do you still have the Letters A t Z tracing available it doesnt have a hyperlink when I try to download them.

    Thank You!

  2. Good Evening,
    Love your site. I have been trying to download your tracing
    ABC sets. Can you help me with just how I do this. I must be doing something wrong.
    Donna Haag

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