Fine Motor Skills: Tracing
Age: 2 - 7 or anyone who is still developing or has trouble with their fine motor skills.
Pre-School Aged children should...
Develop fine motor skills.
- Uses hand-eye coordination to perform self-help and fine-motor tasks with a variety of manipulative materials
- Shows increased skills in using scissors and writing tools for various
These are simple worksheets that you can have the kids do on their own, or as a group. The students can also do the worksheets twice or more it's up to you to see if they can get better at staying on the lines.
These sheets deal with: tracing lines, letters, and pictures.
Within this packet, there are a few sheets that also have to deal with shape and letter identification as well as working with colors.
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This packet gets **free updates for life**. Every time I create a new sheet to use with my students, or every time I create a new data sheet to go along with my tracing sheets I will update this packet, and inform the buyers.
This packet currently has 42 worksheets and 2 different data sheets that you can work with. I created all these this year to work with my students who are 2 to 5 and are developing their fine motor skills. Some of the students have trouble with some of the worksheets, but as time goes on they develop their skills and these get easier and easier.
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For a preview head over to the Fine Motor Freebie, this freebie comes with a few pages you will see in here, plus ones you will see in other packets.
Fine Motor Freebie
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