Giant Alphabet Tracing, PreK, Special Education, Autism

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PreK - K, Homeschool
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This Giant Alphabet Tracing activity was created to help our special needs students with handwriting.

There are two sets of alphabet tracing sheets in here.

In the first activity, the uppercase letters of the alphabet are in a half-page size to facilitate students' handwriting.

And then, the second activity is also in a half-page but in a horizontal format. In this case, the letters are smaller than in the first activity.

For each letter of the alphabet, students will have an image that will match with the letters, and the image's name is color code.

Without a doubt, teachers and parents can take advantage of this second activity and work on beginning sounds and letter recognition for instance.

This activity comes with two covers, although you will see three.

The first cover is the display.

The second cover is for the Giant Alphabet Tracing and it is in vertical format.


- Fine Motor Skills Development

- Practice Handwriting, Letter Recognition, and Beginning Sounds


5.0 – Effective Writing – Creative spelling and or pretend writing should be expected and encouraged because all levels of writing and spelling at this age are appropriate.

5.PK.1 – Experiment with writing tools and materials in response to information.

5.PK.2a – Experimenting with beginning techniques for using various writing materials (color pencil, crayons, markers, etc.)

5.PK.2b – Tracing and progressing to copy.

5.PK.4c – Attempt with a model to write the first letters of thefirst name using the capital letter.

How to use it:

Digital file.

For durability, print, and laminate the pages.

An alternative is to use a sheet protector and have the child writing on the sheet protector.

Use a dry erase to trace the letters of the alphabet.

To erase it, simply use the dry eraser, a napkin, or a piece of fabric and it will be ready for several usages.


Pre-K / Preschoolers

Special Education

General Education - depending on your student's level

You might be interested:

- Handwriting Letter Recognition

- Handwriting Beginning Sounds

- Handwriting It Is All About Tracing

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