Lowercase Letters Tracing Worksheets (Set 2)

Lowercase Letters Tracing Worksheets Free Printable from The Teaching Aunt

I have been organising the files on my computer when I stumbled upon these LOWERCASE LETTERS TRACING WORKSHEETS. I made these worksheets  for my preschool class years ago. And now I want to share it with you!

Lowercase Letters Tracing Worksheets Free Printable from The Teaching Aunt

In the morning, as my students arrive at school, they make a choice: play outside or work on different stations in the classroom. One of the work stations is the writing corner. 

The Writing Corner is… well, for writing. The students may do freehand writing, meaning they write whatever they want to write. They can practice writing their names, invent words or simply put paper to pencil- being legible is not the goal. 🙂

Or they may choose to work on tracing worksheets such as these LOWERCASE LETTERS TRACING WORKSHEETS that I’m sharing with you for free!

Or click here for the UPPERCASE LETTERS TRACING WORKSHEETS (Set 2)

My students love working on these tracing worksheets. First, because it’s easy to do. Second, they enjoy getting stamps and/or stickers as rewards from me. 

For these worksheets, I decided to just make it a half-sheet. This way, the students wouldn’t feel like it’s work because it’s just short. It’s something that they can work on quickly and then switch to another activity. 

I highly recommend having work stations/ learning centres in the classroom. These help students practice making decisions and keep them productive. Of course having fun yet educational activities like these LOWERCASE LETTERS TRACING WORKSHEETS is a plus!

Do you have work stations or learning centers in your classroom or at home? Which center is the most popular? 

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Lowercase Letters Tracing Worksheets Free Printable from The Teaching Aunt

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13 Responses

  1. Thank you for sharing from your wealth of experience for free May God almighty bless you and give this your seed another body for the many lives you are impacting. Tons of love Vera Bassey from Nigeria

  2. Thank you for this website. I’m teaching my 5 year old granddaughter through virtual learning. She has autism and she enjoys these worksheets.

  3. Hi Teacher Nessy! I just wanted to say thank you for this amazing site you have here. I searched for a long time to find worksheets my toddlers would enjoy and I have finally found them on your site! Keep up the awesome work and thank you for these incredible printables!

  4. Dear Teacher Ness, I am a teacher and also a mom.. I really like your web, it really helps me so much…
    During my teaching days at school 20 years back, the sources were almost all are hand made, no sources like this…
    Thank you so much teacher Ness, God Bless you…

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