Download this free set of fall handwriting practice pages to give your children handwriting practice.
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Add these fall handwriting practice pages to your autumn collection of resources.
With children spending more and more time on electronics, sometimes their fine motor skills do not get the focus they need.
Because of this deficit, I am creating a variety of tracing pages for children.
This set has a fall theme – my hope is that these are practice pages your child will enjoy. Engaging practice is always more beneficial than reluctant practice from your children.
Children will get to trace fall themed pictures along with the words.
Add in more fine motor practice by allowing your children to color the border and tracing pictures.
Using these Fall Handwriting Practice Pages
There are a total of 12 worksheets for you to print. I always like to print a variety of pages and then let children choose the page they would like to complete.
Provide children with a range of writing materials.
Different sizes of pencils, crayons and markers allow your child to work on their grip. They will need to exert different amounts of pressure with each tool. Plus, providing options makes it a little more fun for your child.
In these pages, children will practice tracing along with letter formation. Along with tracing uppercase and lowercase letters, students will trace fall words.
There are also some short writing response activities.
You can approach the name writing page in two ways.
If your child is not yet fluently writing their name, you might begin by neatly writing their name on the top line. Be sure to form each letter slowly and carefully as a good model for your child. You can use the uppercase and lowercase alphabet pages to help if needed.
If your child is able to write their name and just needs the practice, they can fill in their own name on each line.
You can download these fall worksheets here:
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