These super cute, free printable, lower case letter tracing cards have a fun fruit and vegetable theme to help kids practice letter tracing while learning new vocabulary and improving handwriting. This tracing lowercase letters printable is perfect for toddler, preschool, pre k, and kindergarten age students.
Lower Case Letter Tracing
Young children needs lots of practice to strengthen hand muscles and coordination as they learn to write their alphabet letters. These handy Lower Case Letter Tracing printable are such a great way to practice forming lowercase letters. These free alphabet cards are a fun way to practice over and over with a trace and erase activity perfect for toddlers, preschoolers, kindergartners, and grade 1 students.
Whether you are a parent, teacher, or homeschooler – you will love this alphabet activity to improve penmanship and handwriting for kids while they have fun. Use it as extra practice, summer learning, literacy centers, or any other way you like to slip in a fun, educational learning activity into your school day.
Tracing Lowercase Letters
These LOW PREP lowercase tracing alphabet printable is a fun, hands on alphabet activity for young learners.
Lowercase Letter Tracing
Print the alphabet pages in color and laminate to make them reusable. Then, carefully use scissors to cut each page into four alphabet cards. It’s that simple – you are ready for a fun alphabet activity for kids!
Trace Lowercase Letters
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 to learn their ABCs and practice tracing, it is also a fun way to learn new vocabulary – the names of produce.
- A is for artichoke
- B is for broccoli
- C is for currants
- D is for dates
- E is for eggplant
- F is for fig
- G is for gooseberry
- H is for honeydew melon
- I is for Indian Corn
- J is for jalapeno
- K is for kiwi
- L is for lemon
- M is for mango
- N is for nectarine
- O is for onion
- P is for pineapple
- Q is for quince
- R is for raspberry
- S is for spinach
- T is for tomato
- U is for ugli fruit
- V is for vegetable marrow
- W is for watermelon
- X is for xigua
- Y is for yams
- Z is for zuchini
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 kindergartens 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 literacy center, extra practice, summer learning, or seat work.
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.
You can grab the uppercase letter tracing cards from our sister site Preschool Play and Learn. They have cute animals from A to Z.
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Lowercase Tracing Letters
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