Handwriting worksheets are ideal for teaching your preschooler the fine motor skills they need to write. You’ll find a range of different worksheets that you can use to help teach your preschooler how to write letters and numbers. Worksheets for handwriting are a quick and easy way for your child to practice writing and, when used together with other learning activities conducted at home, will help your child learn basic preschool concepts.
Handwriting Alphabet Worksheets
The alphabet worksheets below provide an opportunity for your child to trace the letters of the complete alphabet in upper and lower case. These worksheets are a good starting point for children. Worksheets focusing on each individual letter can be found further below.
Tracing Numbers 1-10 Worksheets
The tracing worksheets below can be used to help teach your child to write numbers. Worksheets focusing on each individual number can be found further below.
Alphabet Handwriting Worksheets
Practice tracing letters with our alphabet worksheets. These worksheets provide preschoolers a great activity to develop their writing skills while reinforcing letter recognition.
Handwriting Capital Letters Worksheets
Practice tracing letters with our capital letter worksheets.
Handwriting Lower Case Letters Worksheets
Practice tracing letters with our lower case letter worksheets.
Handwriting Numbers Worksheets
Practice tracing numbers 1-10 with our number handwriting worksheets.
There are lots of simple activities you can conduct at home to improve your child’s ability to write and complement the worksheets above. Here are a list of things you can do with your child without too many resources:
- Have your child build letters using playdoh. Using playdoh your child will learn how to form letters out of big lines, little lines, small curves or big curves. Provide your child with a large printed letter and the playdoh letter can be formed on top.
- Have your child write letters using their finger in sand. Your child will find it fun and you can do it alongside your child.
- Give your child plenty of opportunity to paint. Painting is a great exercise for children to improve their fine motor skills and a skill useful to master before writing.
- Having your child draw and color is another way to improve your child’s fine motor skills prior to learning how to write.
- Dot to dot worksheets or maze puzzles are another great way to improve the fine motor skills.
- Encourage your child to trace letters with their finger in books, worksheets or anywhere else they appear.
- Download a phone app that lets your child trace letters and numbers.