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Uppercase Letter Tracing Cards ~ Preschool Printables

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These cards are a great ‘take-along’ activity or just for everyday practice for letter practice and beginning sounds. To use, print the Uppercase Letter Tracing Cards in this set onto cardstock, laminate, and cut along the white line to separate the cards.



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

The Uppercase Letter Tracing Cards also include a few additional cards: the words Mom, Dad, a ‘My name is’ and a blank card for you to have your child imitate whatever word you would like to write.

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Don’t miss the Lowercase  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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  1. Thank you so much for the uppercase, lowercase and numbers. These printable saved me from having to buy a couple of books for my son. :)

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