These "Trace & Write" worksheets
can be used individually for table top, early finishers, homework, a sub folder
, or stapled together to make a booklet
that students work on, when you're covering that particular letter.
Children can keep their booklet in a folder, file or portfolio
, which should show improvement as students progress.
Coloring the pictures as well as the letters, is a fun way to strengthen finger muscles
When children complete their booklet, read the simple sentences together as a whole group to reinforce vocabulary, and cover concepts of print.
I put these pages in my Trace and Write Alphabet Binder
, which I use each year as a center activity.
It saves me a ton of time and my kiddos LOVE working in this binder. Click here, to see the Trace & Write Alphabet Binder
I'm Diane from Teach With Me hoping you find this FREEBIE useful.