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Tracing helps toddlers, preschoolers and kindergarten students practice their pre-writing skills in addition to building coordination and strength in their hands. This is one of the main reasons why preschool children spend so much time tracing in the classroom. Use our 10 Halloween Tracing Worksheets to practice tracing both pictures and words along the dotted lines. Our free printables will not only help them practice their writing skills, but will also help improve their fine motor skills.
Uses for the Free Halloween Tracing Worksheets
These worksheets are perfect for preschool and kindergarten aged students. Tracing is the first step in learning how to write properly.
If you’re looking for other Tracing Worksheets, our Pumpkin Tracing Worksheet helps children and students practice their names in a fun Fall-themed kind of way.
Improve fine motor skills with the Printable Halloween Tracing Pages
Tracing without a doubt improves and strengthens fine motor-skills. Even before children learn how to write, they begin with tracing. Tracing pictures, letters and words helps their brains work with their hands to practice how to hold a writing tool and make shapes and movements with it.
Pass the Worksheets out at a Halloween Party
Do you have a Halloween Party coming up? After your children’s massive sugar intake they may need to focus some of their energy on something else. Print out a bunch of copies of our Halloween worksheets and keep the kids busy with our Halloween Tracing Worksheets.
Practice lowercase letters with the Halloween Tracing Sheets
Are you looking for free educational resources? The Fall or Halloween words on each tracing page use lowercase letters. Use these tracing worksheets as a fun way to practice the lowercase letters of the alphabet. A great free resource for preschool and kindergarten teachers.
Don’t forget to use as coloring pages
Once you practice tracing the words and pictures there is still one thing left to do! Pat yourself on the back and then have fun coloring these Fall and Halloween pictures! See our coloring pages category page for even more coloring fun!
What is included in the Halloween Tracing Download
These tracing worksheets are a little bit Fall and a little bit Halloween. Whether you want to celebrate Halloween or simply the beautiful Fall time of year, our free printable worksheets will fit your needs.
This Halloween Tracing download includes 10 different Fall and Halloween themed items.
The tracing worksheets are available in 2 different versions:
Blank handwriting lines (includes 4 lines for practicing)
Fundations style lines. Includes skyline, plane line, grass line, worm line along the left side of the lines. A fun way to teach how to learn handwriting.
Format: Worksheets are 11″x8.5″ What that means is they will print perfectly on a letter size piece of paper. The worksheets are meant to be printed horizontally.
The file downloaded is a PDF file and all PDFs are in 300 resolution (no grainy pixels here!)
The below will be what is included in your free download. Please see toward the bottom of the page for actual download instructions. If you attempt to save the teeny tiny images below, they will not print out well. To get the free printable in high resolution, fill out the form toward the bottom of the page.
Fundations teaches spelling, reading and handwriting in a multi-sensory way. The program is designed for students from kindergarten to third grade. It consists of the usage of sky line, plane line, grass line and worm line as fun references for guidance on learning how to write.
An example of this teaching would be:
To write a lowercase letter c: The teacher or student would voice: “Point to the plane line, fly back and come down and around to the grass line,” as the student writes the letter using this method of lines.
To write a lowercase letter i: The teacher or student would voice: “Point to the plane line, go down to the grass line and swoop down to the worm line (for when the y reaches the bottom line),” as the student writes the letter using this method of lines.
To write a lowercase letter d: The teacher or student would voice: “Point to the sky line come down to the grass line, go up to the plane line and back to the grass line,” as the student writes the letter using this method of lines.
As you can see, teaching how to write in this manner is fun, simple, and to the point. My children have learned (and are still in the process of learning) this way and it has been remarkable to witness how quickly and effortlessly they pick things up when it’s described in this type of fun, visual and spoken way.
Now grab your little monsters and start their foundation for writing and drawing with our free Halloween Tracing Packet.
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