Letter I Tracing Worksheets

These Letter I tracing worksheets are perfect for providing preschoolers with an opportunity to work on early writing skills.

Letter tracing is a fun way for preschool and kindergarten kiddos to learn how to write the letters of the alphabet.

These letter tracing worksheets are designed to help children with letter recognition, beginning sounds, and letter shapes.

They also make it easier for kids to practice pencil grip and letter formation.

These free preschool printables are perfect for your Letter of the Week lesson plans.

They can also be used with older children for extra handwriting practice and to reinforce letter recognition and beginning sounds.

Letter I Tracing Worksheets

Tracing helps preschoolers and kindergarteners develop hand-eye coordination and motor skills which will prepare them for activities like coloring, drawing, and handwriting.

Children will learn about the shape of each letter by repeating it over and over again while tracing both lowercase and uppercase letters on our simple black-and-white worksheets.

These no-prep alphabet tracing printables are perfect any time of the year. Add them to your preschool themes as they are appropriate, or use them to focus on one letter at a time.


These Letter Ii alphabet worksheets are designed for use with preschool and kindergarten students.

However, they can be used with older children who need a little extra reinforcement.

Young learners will practice letter recognition, beginning sounds, and handwriting with the worksheets in this six-page pack.

Because they don’t require any prep work, they’re great for use in both classroom and homeschool use.

You can use them for morning work, handwriting instruction, and/or literacy centers with your kids ages 3-6.


There are six Letter Ii tracing worksheets included in this no-prep worksheet pack. They include the following Letter Ii words:


If you’d like to use these pages as a one-time activity, print them on regular printer paper. Have your preschooler trace the image at the top of the page.

Then, have them trace the letters I and i at the bottom of the page. If desired, they can then color the picture.

If you’d like to make these pages reusable, print them on cardstock and laminate them for durability.

Then, complete the pages as described above except have kids use a dry erase marker to complete the pages.

As a fun alternative, you can have kids outline the images with wikki stix (wax covered yarn pieces that can be cut and bent to the shape of the image).


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