Kids will love learning to write the uppercase and lowercase letters of the alphabet with this fun, free dental printables. These tracing alphabet worksheets are a great way for toddler, preschool, pre-k, and kindergarten to practice writing letters from A to Z. These free printable letter tracing worksheets are perfect for Dental Health Month in February, a dentist theme, or tooth fairy theme. Simply download pdf file with teeth alphabet and you are ready to trace letters while having fun!
Teaching children to write the uppercase and lowercase letters of the alphabet can be fun. Aimed at children from toddlers, preschoolers, and kindergartners – these dental theme pages are a great way for children to learn to recognize and write the letters of the alphabet A-Z. To build a solid foundation for future learning, preschool alphabet tracing will help students build their skills forming letters. These tracing alphabet worksheets feature a tooth with a traceable letter including instructions for how to form that letter correctly. Each page also features happy teeth, a toothbrush, and toothpaste.
These free handwriting worksheets are a great, no prep, way for students to get the practice tracing letters they need to start writing. Whether you are a parent, homeschooler, or teacher – you will love using these worksheets for kids as extra practice, free printables for your dental theme for preschool, or homework.
Tracing Alphabet Worksheets
This dental health month pack contains a massive 50+ pages, with one letter for each of the uppercase and lowercase letters of the alphabet, allowing children to work on learning and mastering one letter (lowercase or uppercase) at a time.
Each page consists of the letter in the top left hand corner. This letter contains instructions on how to write the letter. Underneath this are two rows for children to practice tracing the letter. Then there is one row of tracing, showing how the letter is drawn in lines. On the last line, children have the opportunity to practice writing the letter themselves.
Free alphabet tracing worksheets
It is very easy to use these no-prep pages for alphabet writing practice. You can save or print these black and white pages for letter practice with kids. Give students pencil, crayon, colored pencils, markers, etc. to complete these alphabet preschool worksheets.
Free printable alphabet tracing worksheets
These pages could be made into two books, one book with the uppercase letters and one book with the lowercase letters, or each of the pages could be laminated before being made into books for children to reuse over and over again with a dry-erase marker. This would be a activity for them to learn to master handwriting and recognition of the letters of the alphabet.
Another extension idea is that children could also use wooden or magnetic letters, matching them to the letter in the top left hand corner after tracing it. Once they have completed this, they can them color in the picture on the top right hand side of the page, if the pages haven’t been laminated.
Dental Printables for Kids
If you are looking for more fun teeth themed activities for dental health month in February or any other time you want to sneak in some tooth fairy activities, check out these resources:
- Dental Health Letter Tracing
- Tooth Fairy Letter and Notes Printables
- Free printable Teeth Brushing Chart
- Teeth Tracing Numbers & Counting Mats
- D is for Dentist printable pack for learning the letter d
- FUN Dental Health Month Crafts for February
- Tooth Fairy Worksheets for Kids
- Dental Printables – My Teeth Reader (color, read, and learn)
- Monster Teeth Counting Playdough Mats – Dental Activity
- Dental Health Coloring Pages – taking care of your teeth and design your own tooth character
- Lots of fun ideas in this Dentist Preschool Theme
- Sliding Brushing Teeth Visual Sequence Dental Printables
- Playdough Flossing Activity – Dental Health Activities for Preschoolers
- Fun and easy to make Tooth Craft with free printable tooth and toothbrush template
Free Alphabet Printables
Looking for more fun, alphabet printables to make learnings ABCs fun for preschool and kindergarten age kids? You will love these alphabet worksheets:
- Beginning Sounds Snowman – kids will have fun working on letters and the sounds they make with this fun, winter phonics activity for kids
- Pumpkin Traceable Letters – students will have fun learning to form upper and lowercase letters using playdough and these pumpkin playdough mats
- Alphabet Sounds Apple Book – another free abc reader that helps kids work on phonemic awareness
- Printable Alphabet Coloring Pages – color letters and clipart to make your own A-Z reader while working on phonemic awareness
- Fish Letter Find – this free printable is a fun way for kids to work on letter recognition
- Alphabet Tracing Worksheets
- Alphabet Letters Playdough Mats
- Basketball Alphabet Match Activity
- Easter ABC Letter Matching – this fun alphabet game allows kids to practice mathching letters
- Printable Letter Crafts – free pritnable alphabet crafts to print, cut and paste together
- Fruit Loop Alpahbet Snack Mat – fun hands-on activity for making letters and working on one to one correspondence
- Construction Phonics Game – kids will have fun matching lowercase and capital letters and items withthe same beginning sounds with this fun, hands on activity
- Alphabet Tracing Popsicles – super cute pritnable that allows kids practice tracing upper and lowercase alphabet letters
- Printable Alphabet Hats – super cute alphabet printable perfect for a letter of the week curriculum and working on beginning sounds
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