Teach your child to write their ABC’s with these Alphabet Tracing Printable Worksheets. It’s a great Early Education Printable Activity!
Teaching my kindergartner was pretty much torture for both of us. He didn’t want to do any of his activities UNLESS he had a really fun worksheet. He loves these Alphabet Tracing Worksheets and they come in upper and lowercase!
This post is one of the many printable blog hop posts I’ve participated in. Make sure you check out the others!
- Free Camping Printables
- Free STEM Activity Printables
- Free Halloween Printables
- Free Unicorn Stationery Printable Set
- Free Santa and Mrs. Claus Gift Tags
- Free Winter Florals Coloring Page
- Free Floral Heart Valentine Coloring Page
- Free Alphabet Tracing Worksheet
- Free Sunglasses Coloring Page
Another great thing about this worksheet is you don’t need a bunch of supplies. You should have crayons, pencils, or markers at home that they can use.
If you want something more fun, check out these kid art supplies to fill in their Alphabet Tracing Worksheets:
Art Supplies for Young Kids
This is also an introduction to early lettering skills. Most worksheets have the usual alphabet you see in schools, which are great…
But I hand lettered this one and it has a more fun style that kids love.
And make sure you check out these other Alphabet Printables from some of my favorite bloggers!
17 Free Reading Printables
- Brooklyn Berry Designs – Reading Challenge Coloring Page
- Hello Creative Family – Book Club Reading Tracker
- Happiness is Homemade – Alphabet Scavenger Hunt
- Crafting in the Rain – Book Quote Sign
- The Country Chic Cottage – Book Lover Sticker Sheet
- Everyday Party Magazine – Printable Bookmarks
- Happy Go Lucky – Color By Code Reading Logs
- 100 Directions – Floral Bookmark and Reading Log
- Hey, Let’s Make Stuff – Reading Bingo
- Artsy-Fartsy Mama – Alphabet Bingo
- Pineapple Paper Co. – Printable Reading Log
- Fun for Little Ones – Let’s Read Playroom Wall Art
- Liz on Call – Coloring Bookmarks
- Printable Crush – Alphabet Tracing Worksheet
- Creatively Beth – Owl Themed Bookmarks to Color
- Mad in Crafts – 28-Day Reading Challenge Calendar
- Tried & True Creative – Books Are Friends Coloring Page
Download the Alphabet Tracing Worksheets
Like this Alphabet Tracing Worksheet and need more kid activities to do at home? You’ll love these printable, too!
Printable Kid Activities
- Hand Lettering Worksheets for Kids – teach kids hand lettering with this starter worksheet. If you want more worksheets, you can get the full set in my shop.
- Free Alphabet Tracing Worksheets – help kids learn the alphabet and the very basics of hand lettering with these free printable worksheets!
- Free Unicorn Stationery Set – Make writing letters FUN with these free printable unicorn letters and envelopes. This design also matches my Unicorn Coloring Sheets, so print them both to send out to friends!
- Camping Drawing Tutorials – learn how to draw a bear cub and racoon with these free printable drawing instructions.
- Free Printable Alphabet Flashcards – Flashcards can be expensive…and not all that cute. I’ve solved that problem for you with these adorable hand drawn and lettered flashcards!
- Ice Cream Preschool Activity – Includes a free printable template the kids can draw on, or you can cut out pieces from the Sweet Shoppe SVG Files!
- Make Your Own Unicorn Activity – this is a great activity to go along with all your unicorn goodies!
- Jellyfish Kid Craft – just like above, let kids create their own jellyfish with this free printable activity.
- Dinosaur Masks Template – this is a great Earth Day craft using empty tissue boxes.
- Road Sign Bingo – keep the kids busy in the car with this free printable road trip game! If you’re so inclined, you can also get the whole Road Trip Set in my shop.
- Milk Carton Robot Craft – this free printable activity will go along great with the robot party…plus it’s a really great green craft.
- Baby Memory Book – comes in two colors with a clean design…because some baby books are totally over the top, right??
- Reward Reading Chart – and of course, I always reward my kids with snacks! LOL!
- Printable Reading Journal – download this freebie along with the reward chart for extra reading bonus points.
- Princess Dream Journal – more than a journal…this princess printable set comes with question ideas and prompts!
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