AUG
26
2010

A-Z Tracing Worksheets

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Click here to download the A-Z Tracing Worksheets!

I’m adding some additional handwriting practice to my Letter of the Week curriculum this year just to kick it up a notch for my 4yr old. This is a tracing worksheet for her, I included a blank page for extra practice once she has the formation down pretty well.

You can either let them trace with pencil, or laminate and use with a dry-erase marker for multiple uses. I think both are beneficial, just to get used to the feel of different writing instruments.

Stick around for Tuesday when I’ll have the printable practice pages for each letter!

 

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  1. Where'd you find the dot font? Did you buy it or was it a free find? And I guess, I have the same question about the lines.

  2. Hi Ticia! The font is called Print Dashed, the lines I made in photoshop. Though you can buy lined fonts at Fonts4Teachers.com

  3. Sorry, Print Clearly: Here is the font: http://www.dafont.com/print-bv.font

  4. I am going to be buying your Letter of the Week curriculum this weekend. I am really excited!!! My 4 year old needs something else besides those Costco work books!! Love your blog!{feel free to check mine out at thethingsilovemost.blogspot.com}

  5. You have made my homeschooling experience Awesome! I'm a newbie ;) Thank you so much for all that you post! My daughter loves all the fun things with your letter of the week curriculum :)

  6. Thanks, this has been a big help. I just gave you a shout out yesterday on my blog for the letter of the week.Many Thanks, KarenSippy Cup Central Mom

  7. Love your creativity Erica. There's a free site where you can print custom handwriting sheets too (we use for names, Bible verses, etc.)http://www.handwritingworksheets.com/

  8. Thanks so much for these! I can't tell you what a life saver you have been for my 3 year old during school. I would never get a moment to teach my girls if he didn't have your letter of the day stuff.

  9. Wow, thank you so much!

  10. ive been trying to download this but i couldnt.. am i the only one with this problem?!

  11. i can only download a few seconds then it stops downloading when i try to open the file, it says the file is damaged

  12. i finally was able to download today.thanks!

  13. Thanks for sharing.

  14. You could go to this site and print the letters in the font you want and then laminate them.:)
    http://www.handwritingworksheets.com/

  15. Hi, I recently made a letter writing kit for a 3 year old’s birthday I wanted to share with you. The printables were a hit! http://sweeterhours.blogspot.com/2012/07/sweet-letter-writing-kit.html

  16. Ronica Case says:

    Where do I get the blank page to print?

  17. No need for paper any more when you have apps like trace tablet. I use this to teach all my students in my elementary class and they love it : ) https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.trace.rtb&feature=more_from_developer#?t=W251bGwsMSwyLDEwMiwiY29tLnRyYWNlLnJ0YiJd

  18. I love your post on busy bags, I have made a bunch for my own kids and they are addicted! I did a roundup of bags we have made on my blog and linked to your tutorial, you can check it out here: http://babesindeutschland.com/ Thanks for the inspiration!

  19. Erica these are really good quality. I’ve looked at quite a few for my son and haven’t had much luck, so thank you for taking the time to put these together and share them with everyone. Also, if you have a moment, I’d like to invite you to join the beta program for http://www.MyTeacherProject.com. It’s a site that my fiance (1st Grade Teacher) asked me to build so that Teachers could have a place to showcase and share their Teacher Projects….I just got it into beta about a week ago. Being that you seem to share a bunch of projects on here, I thought maybe it would interest you.

    Have a great day and thank you so much for the Worksheets, I’m going to download them and use them right now. :)

  20. These were the printables I was looking for a few weeks back… Thank you

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