If you follow my blog, you know that I think preschoolers should start with many different hands-on ways to write the alphabet. They can create a letter with small manipulatives, write it with a finger in food or shaving cream, and have many other creative experiences.
Eventually, though, it’s time to move to pencil and paper — or at our house, marker and paper. Today I’m sharing these free handwriting worksheets — they’re how I’ve helped my kids start to write the alphabet at age three or four. The red dots show them where to begin, and the bubbly letters give them room to be wobbly.
Have your child start with the largest letter and move toward the smallest. He’s not ready for the smallest letters? No problem! Let him stop at the size he’s comfortable with.
**Note: Test print with a single page first. If it prints too large, shrink to 90% (thanks to my reader, Stephanie, for the tip!).
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