Today we have a few free resources for you to help younger kids with their handwriting skills; shape tracing for kids. This is a really lovely activity to improve hand-eye co-ordination and to encourage some of the movements needed in your kids for when they start to form letters, and numbers at pre-school and in their formative years at school.
We’ve got eight shapes for you to trace, alongside some rather cute little pictures of bug, and animal lifecycles; so it isn’t as dull as you might think it would be! Shapes are:
- Star, and
We’ve got ladybirds, bees, bats, worms, penguins, owls, pumpkins, and spiders alongside the tracing.
We do have a few other activities on the site that will help you kids out, so do go check these out as well:
- Printable number lacing cards for kids to sew,
- Free Ladybird printable math worksheets,
- Free weather chart, and
- Free printable reading quotes for World Book Day posters and beyond.
There are also lots of great activities for kids on tracing outside of this site of course as well, do pop over and check out some of these too:
- Tinker Labs has some tracing circles activities,
- The Kinder Garten Connection has some tracing activities within a sensory tray,
- The Measured Mom has some alphabet tracing,
- Happy Brown House has a busy bag for tracing lines, and
- The Letters of Literacy has a rather wonderful slime in a bag tracing activity to do. Everyone loves a bit of slime, right?!?!
There is sooooo much here that you are spoiled for choice, right?
If you want our shape tracing, all you need to do is click on the image below, and it is yours to download.
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