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Learning to write the letters of the alphabet is nearly as important as learning to recognize them by sight and while teaching your child to write all of the letters, both upper and lowercase, may seem a bit daunting, it’s not nearly as difficult as you might think.
When you add fun activities like this school supply themed back to school letter tracing activity, it becomes even easier!
Most kids love using dry erase markers and this activity gives them the perfect opportunity and nothing says back to school quite like notebook paper so it’s perfect for the beginning of a new school year.
Whether you’re working on introducing the letters of the alphabet to your preschooler or kindergartner and want to start showing them how to write them as they learn them, or you’re spending the beginning of the school year reviewing before moving on, your child is going to love these cards!
Altogether, there are 52 notebook paper letter tracing cards included in this set.
With both upper and lowercase letters included, you’ll be able to work your way through the entire alphabet as you learn them.
Just grab a dry erase marker or two and you’re ready to start writing!
They also make a fantastic on the go activity!
Once you’ve printed them off, cut them out, and run them through your laminator, just punch a hole in the top corner and string them all on a book ring.
Just grab them and a dry erase marker as you’re heading out the door to the doctor’s office, grocery store, or anywhere else that your little one may have some waiting time and you’re good to go!
They can practice writing the letters of the alphabet while you’re out and about!