This Preschool Activity: Handwriting worksheets will help your child not only better their letter writing, it will also help them become more consistent with their letter sizes. No more massive writing, followed by itty-bitty letters.
Greyson is still struggling with sizing his letters correctly when he write them. One second “G” is taking up a whole sheet of paper, and then an “O” is so microscopic we need a magnifying glass to spot it! So, to help remedy this I created some practice sheets.
Handwriting Worksheets for Kids:
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This printable is 26 pages (The full alphabet). Each page is dedicated to a single letter. In the upper left it shows the letter with arrows and numbers showing how to correctly write it. Next to the letter is a large box with a faded letter inside for tracing. The next row is a smaller box with traceable letters inside, and so on…
This is such a basic skill and if I am being honest I am a bit surprised that Greyson is still struggling with it. He likes having the boxes on the pages because it reinforces the idea of keeping the lines contained.
Sometimes when he just wants to practice his letters on the chalkboard, or on a roll of craft paper he will make his own box and ask me to tell him letters to draw! He is getting better at writing more consistently, but still has a way to go. He is only 3.5 after all, and this should not be his main focus. 🙂
I printed these pages Back-to-Back and laminated them so he can use them multiple times! We like to use Crayola Washable Markers instead of the dry erase or wet erase markers. They are a lot cheaper, better colors and SO much easier to wipe clean!!
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