Building Visual Tracking Skills with Letter Tracking

Grade Levels
1st - 2nd, Homeschool
Formats Included
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16 pages
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This 10 pack of activities may strengthen visual tracking skills specifically but also builds the essential learning skills of:

• visual discrimination
• visual memory
• fine motor
• attention
• pattern recognition
• letter recognition

Struggling readers may find that tracking a line on a page without getting lost is a difficult and frustrating task. You might observe these students repeating words or skipping ahead and missing words entirely.

Building Visual Tracking Skills with Letter Tracking helps strengthen this often overlooked challenge. Use this fun tool with students in grades 1 or 2 or with older students who could benefit from reinforcement in this area.

Pages increase in difficulty. Many offer great practice with common reversals.

• Cover page
• Instructions plus tips for increasing/decreasing the challenge
• 10 pages of letter tracking activities as follows:

Letter z
Letter c
Letter n
Letter b
p q Pattern
t x Pattern
Letter v
Digraph sh
a b c Pattern
Alphabet a-z

• 2 pages of answer keys
• Thank you page from yours truly
• Additional info about each learning skill

Also includes:

• My sincere wish that you and your students find these activities helpful and fun!

You’ll find these LETTER TRACKING activity pages for kids bundled in a larger e-book here:
Building Visual Tracking Skills THE BOOK

Plus find fun freebies at

© 2013 Inner Pieces Gallery. Not for commercial use. Available for personal or single classroom use only.
Total Pages
16 pages
Answer Key
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