Line Tracing Worksheets

It’s never too early to start helping your child develop their skills. Even preschoolers can benefit from line tracing worksheets.

These tracing worksheets help with eye-hand coordination and fine motor skills. Tracing lines helps preschoolers develop the muscles in their hands and fingers that they will need for writing.

It also helps them learn to control the movement of their hands and fingers. Line tracing is an important prewriting skill that lays the foundation for writing letters and numbers.

Preschoolers who practice line tracing are more likely to have success with writing when they start school.

Our free preschool printables are perfect for preschoolers who are just learning to hold a pencil and write lines.

They’re also good for children who need a little extra practice with pencil control.

If you’re a parent or teacher looking to give preschoolers a head start in writing skills, these worksheets are just what you need!

Why Use Line Tracing Worksheets?

Fine motor skills are important for many daily activities such as writing, eating and dressing. By using Trace the Lines worksheets over and over again, children will begin to develop these skills by learning how to control a pencil or crayon.

Prewriting skills are also developed when tracing lines. These skills include learning how to follow a path, change direction, and stop at the end of a line.

As children trace lines on worksheets, they will also begin to understand that pictures can be created by connecting dots or lines. This is an important prewriting skill that will help them as they begin to write their own stories.

So download our Trace the Lines worksheets for your preschooler and watch their motor skills and prewriting skills develop!

Preschool Tracing Worksheets

In this printable pack, you’ll receive eight tracing worksheets. Each page features four lines for kids to trace from left to right. Four pages are in color and the other four are black/white.


  • Printer
  • Cardstock or printer paper
  • Pencil/Crayons
  • Laminator (optional)
  • Laminating pouches (optional)


Print the worksheets and present them to your preschooler with a pencil or crayon for tracing.

Now, have them trace each line from left to right. Have them work slowly to stay on the lines as best they can.

Optionally, you can laminate the pages to make them reusable. If you choose to do this, have children trace the lines with dry erase markers. Then, they can wipe them clean when they’re done.

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