Using squares to write letters in provide students with boundaries, these worksheets give students opportunities to trace the letter and to write the letter independently.
There are multiple ways to use these worksheets:
1. To set up the cards for use in a write and wipe center with a dry-erase marker, print out all the pages and laminate or place them into a page protector for durability. To keep them together in a book-like format, punch holes and secure the cards together with rings/ribbon or put them in a notebook.
2. Send home as homework.
3. Create a writing notebook/journal.
4. Just print the page you want and put it in a center or use them for a quick morning work activity.
This set includes:
26 pages - 1 for each letter of the alphabet-uppercase and lowercaseEach page has 16 traceable letters and 4 boxes for independent practice.
One picture to represent the beginning sound.
Vowel sounds are short:
A = apple E = elephant I = igloo
O = octopus U = umbrella