Uppercase Letters Tracing Worksheets (Set 2)

Uppercase Letters Tracing Worksheets

Last time, I gave away lowercase letters tracing worksheets. And you guessed it right! In this post, I have the UPPERCASE LETTERS TRACING WORKSHEETS!

Uppercase Letters Tracing Worksheets

I have expressed in my previous post- (Lowercase Letters Tracing Worksheet Set 2) that I let my students practice making decisions by choosing what they want to do in the morning as they arrive to school. It’s a simple activity and yet it leaves a big impact on these children. 

For most preschool-aged children, It is most likely that their parents decide for them at home. And of course it’s just natural and common sense. However, studies have shown that letting children decide on little things such as what clothes to wear, what toy to play with or what cartoon to watch have significant benefits for them in the long run. 

Benefits of Decision Making on Children

The following are just a few benefits of letting children make decisions on their own:

  • Happier and more energetic than their non-deciding peers
  • Have better self-esteem
  • Display independence and maturity
  • Greater sense of determination
  • Take responsibility for their own actions

Having enumerated all the benefits above, I think it is well justified why I champion letting children make decisions even at such an early age. 

But of course, as responsible adults, we should guide them through the process. At the same time, provide them good options so that they will be successful whatever they decide on. 

That is why for my working stations/ learning centres, I provide the students with fun yet educational activities that they can work on independently, like these UPPERCASE LETTERS TRACING WORKSHEETS.

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Uppercase Letters Tracing Worksheets

35 Responses

  1. I’m so happy I found your website! Thank you so much for providing all this material. I’m super excited to start teaching my toddlers!

  2. Thank you so much. This is very helpful for me. My students will surely love this. πŸ™‚

  3. Hi Nessy. I totally agree with you. I not only allow my kids making theirs choices and decisions. I promote and facilitate that. Now they are 17 and 15 and even if it wasn’t easy all the time, I see them maturing and becoming young responsible and independent individual. Your blog is adorable. Keep the good work Aunt!

  4. My youngest is in pre-K, and these will be perfect for at home practice! I like to let him (and his other brother) choose what they do, but I like to have educational options available.

    1. That is so true! It’s always good to have educational options available. We want them to be good decision makers so giving them a good option would help them lead towards that direction. 😊

    1. Thank you. I really try to come up with cute worksheets so my students will feel more excited to work on them. 😊 Oh, and it’s nice to hear from a fellow teacher. Happy learning!

  5. Super cute resources!
    Love how they include a related coloring section for the kids, too! Kinesthetic and visual learning at the same time!

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