Looking for free handwriting pages for preschoolers? Today I’m sharing an entire lower case set!
If your child is just starting to form letters, please don’t start with handwriting pages. Browse my fine motor alphabet posts for many creative ideas.
Here are just a few…
Write a giant block letter on paper and have your child fill it in with objects (like cereal, stickers, buttons, etc.). Here my Three is filling the letter A with alphabet stickers.
Have your child form a letter out of straight or curvy objects you have in your house. We made an N with dry noodles.
Your preschooler can use tiny manipulatives to make the letter. Making an M out of marshmallows was a big hit!
Let your child write the letter with his finger…in sugar, cornmeal — or even shaving cream!
Eventually, move to pencil and paper. Your preschooler might be more comfortable starting with marker or crayon.
Today I’m sharing the lowercase version of my free handwriting pages for preschool — they’re how I’ve helped my kids start to write the alphabet at age three. The red dots show them where to begin, and the bubbly letters give them room to be wobbly.
Free handwriting pages for preschoolers
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