The alphabet is one of my favorite printables to create!
If you are looking for a simple set of alphabet tracing printables, you are in the right place.
Along with this set of alphabet letters tracing printables, I’ll share with you a few of our other free alphabet printables:
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Before I get into the free alphabet tracing printables PDF, I want to share with you some of our favorite supplies along with the many ways you can possibly use these.
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Print out and download (FREE Alphabet Tracing Worksheets at the bottom of this post)
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How to use the Free Alphabet Tracing Worksheets
There are a couple of different ways that these alphabet tracing printables can be used.
I love that they can work for a differentiated set of ages as well..
Free Alphabet Tracing Worksheets for Toddlers
Toddlers can use the first three cards – A, B and C for learning about the letters ABC.
Once they master these, work on more!
I love that each of the letters contains a few set of images that correspond to the beginning sound of that letter.
This is extremely helpful for toddlers and preschoolers!
Free Alphabet Tracing Worksheets for Preschoolers
The wonderful thing about these alphabet printable cards is that preschoolers can learn what toddlers are learning – and more!
I’ve included a set of tracing letters to practice writing out the letters that they are learning as well.
As mentioned above the letters all contain images that are so helpful in learning pre-reading skills.
For example: Ah is for APPLE ; B is for BALL…
What other fun ways can you go about using these alphabet tracing worksheets for kids? I’d love to learn your ideas and maybe we can try it out as well!
Use of Free Alphabet Tracing Worksheets
So, how exactly do we go about using these?
These are the steps I go about when using these alphabet tracing cards:
Print the sheets. The good thing about these is that they require no prep but if you like to prep sometimes like I do, you can follow the next few steps.
Cut each of the alphabet cards.
Then, holepunch the corner of each of the cards and insert a loose leaf ring to contain them together.
This is a wonderful way to reuse the alphabet tracing printable cards over and over again with a dry erase marker and to even take on the go!
Tip: If you’d like to just print and go (no prep at all), we also love to insert these sheets into a premade busy book for a new set of additional sheets.
I super hope that you enjoy these alphabet tracing worksheets as much as we do!
If you try them out, don’t forget to share with me below how it went.
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