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Lowercase Letter Tracing Cards ~ Free Preschool Printables

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Last week I shared the Uppercase Letter Tracing Cards with you all and this week I have the Lowercase Letter Tracing Cards to share with you as well. These cards are a great ‘take-along’ activity or just for everyday practice for letter practice and beginning sounds. To use, print the cards in this set onto cardstock, laminate, and cut along the line to separate the cards.

The Lowercase Letter Tracing Cards also include a few additional cards for your child to work on letter formation {see below}.


Punch a hole in the top left corner of each card and put onto a jump ring {key ring ~ see key ring in carousel below}. Let your child use a dry erase marker or vis-à-vis marker to trace the letters and write their own. If you use a dry erase marker, the letters will wipe off easily, while a vis-à-vis marker may require more scrubbing to remove {but will not smudge while your child is writing}.

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Don’t miss the Uppercase Letter Tracing Cards and Number Tracing Cards that go along with this set too! You can find MORE preschool alphabet and beginning writing activities on the following pages:

Alphabet: http://homeschoolcreations.com/preschoolalphabet.html

Writing: http://homeschoolcreations.com/preschoolhandwriting.html

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  • Loris

    hello… I have enjoyed your page. I got many ideas for our homeschooling. We are in Mexico, so I would like to have the tracing cards in spanish. I am trying to make my own, but can you share with me the traicing letters with the numbers and arrows? or tell me how you did them. thanks a lot!

  • We started using these this week and my preK kiddo loves them. Thanks for such a wonderful resource!

  • I love these cards. Kaleb has them hanging above his desk and will pull them down on his own to work on them. :)

  • I used a font from Fonts for Teachers. It’s part of a font pack that I purchase.

  • Amy Sue

    These are perfect for what my Colton is doing right now! Thank you for inspiring us out of our “typical” ABC blues :)

  • have fun – we were just using ours today too! :)

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