It’s Thanksgiving! A time for being thankful for the blessings we received and a time to be with our family. Involve your kids in the celebration by giving them fun educational worksheets to teach them all about this holiday. I have created a free printable Thanksgiving letter tracing worksheets for preschoolers.
Tracing is an effective way to teach kids how to write. It helps with their fine motor skills and familiarizes them with shapes and lines. This is why alphabet tracing can be a beneficial learning tool for them because it helps them practice.
Alphabet writing is an important lesson for kids, and to encourage them to practice writing, you need to give them worksheets that will catch their attention just like holiday-themed activity sheets. Kids can quickly get bored, so these Thanksgiving-themed letter tracing worksheets are perfect for entertaining and teaching them.
Here’s a tip, while kids are working on this alphabet worksheet, why not use this as an opportunity to introduce them to Thanksgiving-related words that start with each letter.
This worksheet set features 26 pages of alphabet tracing from letters A to Z and it includes uppercase and lowercase letters. Perfect for homeschooling, for school, or just to practice your kids at home.
Looking for more free printables? Also, download our 101 Free Printable Thanksgiving Coloring Book for Kids and 101 Free Printable Thanksgiving Activity Sheets for Kids. Let your little ones look super cute and ready to celebrate the holiday with adorable Thanksgiving baby t-shirts and bodysuits.
I hope you and your kids like our Free Printable Thanksgiving Letter Tracing Worksheets. I’d love to hear your thoughts about it. Comment below for your feedback and if you have a request for other free printables that you want us to feature.
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