Alphabet Writing & Tracing Activities | Letter Practice Cards

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  1. Teach the letters of the alphabet with a variety of hands-on activities. This money-saving bundle contains 9 of my popular alphabet activity resources. Whether you use a letter of the week or a no letter of the week method to introduce the alphabet to your students, this set will give everything
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Help your kids practice letter formation with these alphabet tracing activities. The letter tracing strips and finger-tracing cards will provide a variety of ways to help you teach kids to write the letters of the alphabet.

This set includes 3 types of tracing strips plus the addition of finger-tracing cards. All letters have a dot to indicate the starting point for correct letter formation.

The set includes:

  • 1 set of finger tracing cards in full color
  • 1 set of finger tracing cards in black & white
  • 1 set of yellow alphabet tracing strips
  • 1 set of outline alphabet tracing strips
  • 1 set of dotted alphabet tracing strips

Tracing strips each feature an object that begins with each letter (The letter "X" includes a beginning and ending sound version)

Use the finger-tracing cards in a salt tray or create a finger-tracing book.

Use the activities:

  • In your literacy centers
  • In your writing center
  • As a fine motor activity
  • As a take-home activity

Please see the preview file to see a sample of tracing cards.

This product is appropriate for a preschool, pre-k, kindergarten, special education, homeschool classroom, or an occupational therapy setting.

What are teachers saying about this resource?

"I laminated a set for my classroom, and quickly found my PreK kids were waiting for turns instead of using other dry erase cards - more copies made, happy teacher & happy kids!"

"I've used tracing cards in the past but I love the yellow on the letters and the color borders. Makes a mundane task much more fun! Thank you!"

"Love that there are both upper and lower case and that there is a 'starting dot'!"

Check out more of my ABC products here

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Click here to see ABC Lots of Dots Sheets.

Click here to see ABC Tracing Cards.

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Click here to see ABC Initial Sound Sorting Activity.

Click here to see ABC Coloring and Activity Pages.

Click here to see the money-saving ABC Bundle #2

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Click here to see ABC Play Dough Activity Mats.

Click here to see ABC I Have... Letter Game.

Click here to see ABC Editable Alphabet Pages.

Jennifer Heir, Hire, Early Learning Ideas

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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Print many upper- and lowercase letters.
Recognize and name all upper- and lowercase letters of the alphabet.


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