Alphabet Tracing Fun! 26 Image And Letter Tracing Pages
Alphabet Tracing Fun!
26 Image And Letter Tracing Pages
We made the Letter A set the other day and in it was this apple tracing sheet that little Lou had so much fun with. Others seemed to really like it too and I was asked if I had any other letters. At the time I didn’t but it made me realize I needed to make them. I actually had a lot of fun drawing these and making the images with the dotted lines and was a little happy with how some of them turned out. That isn’t usual like me, I’m not usually a big fan of my own work… it’s the OCD in me, nothing I do is ever truly perfect. It isn’t exactly unheard of, but this time I was kinda excited to share them with Lou.
There is an image and letter tracing page for each letter of the alphabet included in this set. 26 pages in all.
The plastic pouches were something my brother picked up with my “photo studio” equipment he found for me so I have no idea where they would come from although we also use these folder things like in this post to create dry erase worksheets. These folders are pretty cheap and come in packs of three. I just so happened to have nearly enough of the pouches to put a letter in each so she could keep them on hand to practice with for a week or so. Then I will change them out to something new.
I have a few favorites that I was pretty happy with. I like the Queen, shark, and octopus the best I think. 🙂
These are pretty basic images that can also help with a child’s pre writing skills and drawing skills. I hope you enjoy them!
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