Tracing the Alphabet - Arrow Formation Directions - Lewis CreativeFree Activity for Learning at Home

When teaching your little ones how to write the alphabet, it can sometimes be easier to take little steps, like: learning the letter formations, then tracing those letters, and finally (taking off the training wheels) you can give them the blank piece of paper.

It takes time, and you certainly won’t have it perfect, but taking those baby steps can go a long way in helping your child commit those to their muscle memory.

Sometimes, beginning with words they recognize can be easier. So if you can get your child to trace their own name, you can continue to build from there.

 

Alphabet Tracing Worksheets (PDF)

Here are some free printable PDFs to get started with tracing. They start with the formation arrows, then move on to tracing, and eventually, you’ll get to the blank lines of paper (having the mid-line can help your kids to remember where to stop, especially for the lowercase letters).

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I hope you enjoy these freebies, and if you liked this activity, feel free to share it with your friends!

You can download all 4 Alphabet Tracing Sheets in one PDF file using the link below.

 

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