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These ABC handwriting practice pages are great for preschoolers who are learning to form the letters of the alphabet.
Preschool parents and teachers will love adding these print-and-go alphabet worksheets to their literacy centers.
Preschoolers will love practicing letter formation with these printables that focus on pencil strokes that form the different letters.
ABC Handwriting Practice
Are you looking for a new way for your preschoolers to practice writing? Alphabet practice pages are perfect for preschool and kindergarten students.
You can print these pages out individually, if you’d like. Add them to your letter of the week activities. Or, just provide your student with the letters they’re struggling with.
If you’d prefer, you can print out the entire pack at once. Punch holes in them and put them in a binder to make an alphabet workbook for your little ones.
These pages are a great opportunity to talk about letters and beginning sounds as each one features an image beginning with the featured letter.
Kids will strengthen fine motor skills and pencil control, as well, as they the lines. You’ll find straight lines, curved lines, and diagonals.
Each of the pages features a large traceable letter in the top left corner. In the right corner, kids will find a picture of something that begins with the featured letter.
Next, kids will practice tracing lines used to form the letters. Finally, preschoolers will trace the letters and then practice writing them on their own.
why teach handwriting?
Handwriting practice is a great way for preschoolers and kindergarteners to practice letter formation. These pages are unique in the way they break down the formation of each letter by having kids trace pieces of each letter before working on the letter itself.
How to Use These Worksheets
There are 26 worksheets in this pack – one for each letter of the alphabet. Children will color pictures, practice pencil strokes, and write the letters on their own.
You can make these pages reusable by laminating them and having children use dry erase markers to complete the activities.
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Download Your Printables
This pack of alphabet worksheets contains 26 pages – one for each letter – designed to help kids work on the following skills:
- letter recognition
- handwriting practice
- beginning sounds
- fine motor skills
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