Being a mom is a strange thing. It makes the days seem like they last an eternity, and the years fly by in the blink of an eye! Make sense? It’s okay. I don’t get it either. Part of me feels like I’ve been a mom for my entire life, and the other part still sees my little girl as a newborn, because how on earth can she be 4 1/2?
And how on earth can she be learning how to write?! It blows my mind. She can already write her name, and is working on other letters. She still doesn’t get why all of the letters have to be in the right order though, so she thinks “s-o-p-h-i-e” is the same as “e-i-h-p-o-s”, which is just adorable.
I remember using tracing sheets to help me learn how to write, so I thought Soph would enjoy the same thing. I put these together in hopes that her handwriting will get a bit more legible 🙂
There are 2 sets of sheets – one that has each letter once, then the child is supposed to copy that letter all the way down the line. The other set has dotted letters all the way down, and the child is supposed to trace each one. You decide which kind you want – or use both!
Download sheets here:
Lowercase Alphabet – Page 1
Lowercase Alphabet – Page 2
Lowercase Alphabet (Trace) – Page 1
Lowercase Alphabet (Trace) – Page 2
Uppercase Alphabet – Page 1
Uppercase Alphabet – Page 2
Uppercase Alphabet (Trace) – Page 1
Uppercase Alphabet (Trace) – Page 2