Alphabet Letter Tracing Cards Capital and Lowercase Tracing Activities

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Hands-on alphabet letter tracing cards are perfect for learning letters and motor skills. These cards are so versatile. You can use mini erasers, wikki sticks, play-dough, and more to trace and build each letter. There are a total of 124 different cards.

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Included in the Alphabet Letter Tracing Cards Pack

  • 2 letter tracing cards for each capital letter
  • 2 lowercase tracing cards for each letter
  • extra long and short vowel tracing cards to practice different vowel sounds

How to Use these Alphabet Tracing Cards

  • Print, laminate, and cut each paper in half (split it into separate cards)
  • Have students trace with dry erase markers, mini erasers, and other manipulatives
  • Perfect for word work and literacy centers

These are perfect for literacy centers, early finisher folders, morning tub activities, and fine motor practice.

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