Kids will have fun practicing writing with these super cute and FREE Spring Number Tracing Worksheets for toddler and preschool age kids.
Spring is such a lovely time of the year, a great time to get outside and have some fun. Pack a picnic and head to the park for a relaxing morning or afternoon of learning, surrounded by some gorgeous flowers. These gorgeous Spring Flower Counting and Tracing Strips can be brought along for young children to practice counting to ten while working on their handwriting skills in the shade of a large tree.
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Spring Number Tracing Worksheets
This clever spring writing activities for preschoolers making practicing counting from one through ten fun this spring!
These NO PREP pre writing worksheets are perfect for busy moms and teachers! Just download the free printable and print the pages you’d like.
HINT: You can use these as spring tracing worksheets or cut out each line as a tracing strip – there are three strips per page. If you make them into strips, I highly recommend laminating these strips for durability. Plus then you can use them with dry erase markers making this activity REUSABLE!!
There are three different versions of these counting and tracing strips of varying degrees of difficulty:
- writing inside the numbers
- tracing the numbers
- learning to write in lines
So, depending on the level of your child’s handwriting skills, choose the one that is best suited to them. If they are just learning to write, they could work through the first lot of strips before proceeding to the next ones.
To use this pre writing activities, have your child count the number of red petals on the flower and then trace over the number with a pencil or marker or a dry erase marker, if you have laminated them. If laminated, wipe clean and repeat as often as you like. These fun counting and tracing strips could be kept them together by punching a small hole in the top left hand corner of each strip and using a binder ring or in a zip lock bag for use while away from home.
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