Today I’m sharing a set of free handwriting pages for preschool — this time in lowercase!
If you follow my blog, you know that I don’t recommend doing a ton of worksheets. In fact, most of the ways we form letters are creative and fun. But at some point it’s necessary to form those letters with a pencil and paper. Thankfully, since we don’t overdo handwriting pages at our house, my kids love them!
When I first began teaching my little guys to write the alphabet, I couldn’t find anything simple enough. I wanted something they could enjoy and be successful at. So I created my Letters of All Sizes handwriting pages. You can get them in uppercase and lowercase.
After my boys do well at those, it’s time for Level Two: writing large letters on two lines. Just enough practice for little hands without overwhelming them!
A tip for printing:
For a mysterious reason, these will not print nicely if you left click on the link and print immediately. You will be missing some handwriting lines. Instead, right click, hit “save link as” and save to your computer. When you open up the file from your computer, the pages should print beautifully.
Handwriting pages for preschool
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I am looking for the lower case alphabet tracing pages with the two primary writing lines. I was able to get lower case a but I need the rest. Thank you
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Something must be wrong with my eyes or my computer, I don’t see any links for the worksheets for lowercase alphabets on two lines on this page, despite scanning from top to very bottom and despite opening this link on multiple web browsers. It doesn’t look like your other pages where the files are directly clickable from the page. Did the file links get omitted? :/
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I love your handwriting worksheets, well done. I was wondering if you have lowercase letters A through Z on one sheet? I would like to use it for practice. It would be awesome to have the same format with a starting point and dots to trace.
Kindergarten teacher- Michigan
No, I’m sorry – I don’t!
My grandson has autism and we use your worksheets in our “fine-motor skills” practice. He is doing well with his alphabet but I was wondering if a numeric (0-9) sheet is available? Thank you !
Yes, here you go! https://www.themeasuredmom.com/free-handwriting-pages-writing-numbers-3-levels/
Your resources are an absolute must for my preschool classroom. I can’t thank you enough for all your handwriting worksheets. They truly make my job so much easier!!
Thank you for the encouragement, Midge, and I’m so glad the handwriting pages are working for your students!
This is wonderful! Thank you so much! My 8 year old will get plenty of extra practice with her handwriting.
On a side note, if you have problems printing directly from a website it is usually because of the browser settings. I found this out when my husband tried printing his pay stub and it was printing landscape instead of portrait. No matter how many times I changed the settings for the printer it still did the same thing. Finally I looked into the browser settings and sure enough the browser was set to print landscape. So always double check your browser settings before printing straight off of a website to help eliminate those pesky headaches!
Thanks so much for that technical tip, Mandy! I will have to look into that.
Thank you so much for these writing pages! I just started working on writing and reading with my son and he is doing great with these pages! Do you have a blank page with just the lines available? I would like to write my own words for him to practice and the size and spacing is perfect on your pages. Thanks so much!
Right now I do not have blank pages available, but I can put that on my (long) to-do list and comment here if/when I’ve created those. Maybe late in the summer!
Hi Brenda! A long time ago you asked for blank handwriting pages. A page of blank lines is now available at the end of this post.
Thank you so much for your hard work! This will help my key children!
You’re very welcome!
These are so great! But I’m having trouble with some of the links on this page. The PDF link doesn’t work on some of them, like the lower case “d”. Is there another way to get these? Thank you so much!
Sorry, never mind… I got it to work by doing your “save link as” trick. Thanks so much!!!!!! 🙂
Great – glad you found a solution! 🙂
I use a lot of these great handwriting sheets with my kids, thanks.
I’m so glad you can use them, Cath!
I was trying to find printable large block uppercase and lowercase letters.
Hi Terry — here are the uppercase (https://www.themeasuredmom.com/printable-block-letters-150-ways-fill/) and lowercase (https://www.themeasuredmom.com/printable-letters-lowercase/).
My 6 yr old son is in OT and they’re wanting him to practice more writing, also my 4 year old daughter is learning to write, so this is perfect! Along with much of your other posts, thank you so much!
You’re very welcome, Dana – thanks so much for the comment!
Thanks so much for your lowercase handwriting practice sheets. I’m looking forward to using them in my “in-home” preschool.
You’re very welcome, Fran!
I am a daycare provider. I love all of your pre school papers.
I’m so glad you can use them, Sheryl! Thanks so much for commenting.
Just found you on Facebook and love everything you share! Looking forward to using your ideas next school year! Thanks so much!
Welcome, Cindy! Are you a classroom teacher or homeschooling mom? (or neither…?)