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Lowercase Letters Trace & Erase

These super cute fruit and vegetable themed alphabet cards are a fun way for preschool and kindergarten age kids to practice lowercase letters.

FREE Lowercase Letters Trace & Erase - this super cute alphabet cards are a fun way for toddler, preschool, prek, and kindergarten age kids to trace letters #alphabet #lowercase #kindergarten

Post Updated 9/11/2019: File updated to make the fruit/vegetable word traceable

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Traceable Letters

These LOW PREP lowercase tracing letters printable is a fun, hands on alphabet activity for young learners.

lower case traceable letters alphbet printable for preschool pre k and kindergarten

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No print the alphabet pages in color and laminate to make them reusable. Then cut each page into four alphabet cards.

free printable fruit and vegetable cards to practice Alphabet Tracing with dry erase markers

Alphabet Tracing

Each of these alphabet printables has a fruit or vegetable on the card that starts with the letter on the card. So besides being a great activity for toddler, preschool, pre k, and kindergarten age students to learn their ABCs and practice tracing, it is also a fun way to learn new vocabulary – the names of produce.

practice tracing letters, play doh mat, and learn fruit / vegetable vocabulary with these ABC Printables

ABC Printables

Kids can practice tracing letters with their fingers first. Each letter has clear instructions on how to form the lowercase letter correctly. Then have toddlers, preschoolers, and kindergarnters trace the letters with a dry erase marker and wipe clean so they practice again later.

I just love reusable activities! They are a great way for parents, teachers, and homeschoolers to make learning fun while not breaking the bank! This activity is perfect for a litearcy center, extra practice, summer learning, or seat work.

super cute lowercase Alphabet Playdough Mats to toddlers, preschoolers, pre k, and kindergartners

Alphabet Playdough Mats

Another fun way to use these ABC cards is to use them as playdough mats. Kids can strengthen fine motor skills by rolling out play dough into a long rope and then shaping it as the lower case letters on top of the Alphabet Cards.

FREE Uppercase Letters Trace & Erase

You can grab the coordinating Free UPPERCASE Trace & Erase alphabet  printable cards from our sister site Preschool Play and Learn.

 

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Beth Gorden

Beth Gorden is the creative multi-tasking creator of Kindergarten Worksheets and Games. As a busy homeschooling mother of six, she strives to create hands-on learning activities and worksheets that kids will love to make learning FUN! Beth is also the creator of 123Homeschool4Me.com where she shares more than 100,000 pages of FREE worksheets,& educational ideas for PreK-8th grade along with recipes and mom tips as well.

11 Comments

  • Hi there, I can’t seem to find a contact email so could you please email me back asap, it’s just regarding the font used and the terms of use attached to them.

  • Thank you for making this printable it is exactly what I need for my kids. However, I am confused how to download. Am I missing the link? Thank you.

    • It’s in the box showing the freebie. I just sent it to you using the email address you commented as. Enjoy!

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  • Hi, I hit the subscribe buttton but couldn’t seem to receive the email with the download link. Or any email actually. Looking forward to your subscribed mails! Thank you!

    • If you don’t see any emails, you should check your spam folder 😉 Some peoples setting filters out more email than other

  • Je vous remercie pour toutes vos idées inépuisables….
    Encore Bravo et surtout Merci pour le partage!!!!!
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  • Hi, I was so excited for this download, and I subscribed to your newsletters to get it. I just downloaded it, and I am so confused.
    Letter a: artichoke. makes /o/ sound
    Letter j: jalapeño. makes /h/ sound
    Why choose pictures of items that do not make the sounds we teach at this level? And some items are so obscure I don’t even know how to pronounce them.

    • Hi Katie,
      To get fruit & vegetables for all the letters they start with the same letter, but don’t always make the sound. This is not a phonics activity, but rather practice for writing letters AND learning new vocabulary =)

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