These super cute, free printable, lower case letter tracing cards have a fun fruit and vegetable theme. Use these lowercase letter tracing activity to help kids practice letter tracing while learning new vocabulary and improving handwriting. Use the fruits and vegetables printables with toddler, preschool, pre-k, and kindergarten age students. Simply print tracing lowercase letters printable and you are ready to play and learn!
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 printables are such a great way to practice forming lowercase letters. These free alphabet flashcards 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 lower case alphabet tracing to improve penmanship and handwriting for kids while they have fun. Use the lowercase alpbet tracing 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. These LOW PREP alphabet playdough mats are a fun way to learn lowercase letters with a fun, hands on alphabet activity for young learners.
Lowercase Letter Tracing
Tracing lowercase letters
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!
Lower case 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 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
Trace lowercase letters
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.
Lowercase Alphabet Tracing
You can grab the uppercase letter tracing cards from our sister site Preschool Play and Learn. They have cute animals from A to Z.
Fruit Activities for Kids
Looking for more fruit printable activities? You may want to check these out:
- Free Printable ABC Fruits and Vegetables Book for Kids to color and learn
- I Spy Fruits Worksheet for Preschool
- 🍉 Sneak in some fruit science with this watermelon volcano, play with puffy watermelon slime reicpe, or see all our watermelon activities
- 🍋 Lemon Volcano is a super EASY and fun Fruit Science or lemonade TEn Frames Kindergarten
- 🍎 Sorting Apples Alphabet Activity or this Apple Counting Mat for Fall
- 🍏 Apple Life Cycle Worksheets or make this simple Paper Plate Apple Core Craft
- Count to 20 Clip Card Fruit Printables
- 🍇 How to make Grape Jam Sequencing Cards or PB&J Coloring Pages
- Fruit Cards or Fruit Paper Activity
- 🍓 Strawberry Playdough Fruit Activity
- 🍓 Cute Handprint Strawberry Craft or printable Rhyming Strawberry Activity
- 💙 Hands-on Blueberry Math
- Dancing Raisins – EASY chemistry experiment for kids
- 🥥 Coconut Number Tracing Fruit Printables
- 🍅 Simple Tomato Battery Fruit Science Experiment
- Math Fruit Worksheet Preschool
- A-Z Vegetable and Fruit Printables for practicing lowercase letters
- 🍌Banana Number Puzzles
- Free Alphabet coloring pages
- Kindergarten Worksheets
- Free printable alphabet worksheets
- Winter color by number
- LOTS of free alphabet worksheets
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- Dinosaur printables
- Free kindergarten math games
- Free alphabet worksheets
- free kindergarten worksheets
- Crack the Code Worksheets
- Country Coloring Pages
- Lower Case Letter Tracing (trace and erase or use with playodugh)
- Alphabet Handprint Art
- Free Printable Alphabet Crafts
- Animal Color by Number Worksheets
- Lots of fun Kindergarten Science Experiments
- Free Do a Dot Printables
Alphabet Tracing Cards
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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!
Hi I am not seeing download button? Just lots of ads to download other things?
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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.
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 =)
My grandson loves doing your projects, they have helped him a lot. Thank you and keep up the great work you’re doing.
Thank you ??
I wanted to start off and say thank you for all the free printables, but I was wondering if you might of thought about making another set of these lowercase trace that didn’t involve fruit and vegetables? Thanks again!!!
My thoughts are along the same lines as Patricia above (October 17, 2020 @ 8:05pm)
Do you happen to have these lowercase alphabet cards that have no theme at all? I understand the concept of the theme, but if you have some with no theme, that would be very helpful.
Thank you for your time and consideration.
Unfortunately, I cannot due to copyright of the clipart. WE have to add enough original content and styling of our own.
Hello! This will really be useful to my new preschoolers but I’m confused about how I can download. I don’t see the turquoise box to enter my email. Thanks!
Wow! Great material to use for intervention with older students. Thank you!!
These will be so helpful with teaching my preschool aged daycare children to write before heading off to school!
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Nice..looks like fun for KG
Thank you soooo much!! I love your resources. It is an amzing tool to help me with my students!!