Letter Tracing Sheet Printable

My 5 year old and almost-4 year old have been really into practicing letters lately. Up to this point, I’ve just written them out for the kids to practice and we’ve filled up notebooks fast. I was unimpressed with the ones I found online filled with watermarks and lines and so on. I wanted something SIMPLE! Something that I could easily frame and display as art. So of course being a DIY-er, I made one. :)

Click here to open the letter tracing sheet printable to print, or click the image below.

a simple tracing printable for letters, great for practice or for displaying as artwork!

It uses the font “Print Clearly Dashed”, which you could easily download here and use to make your own worksheets. You don’t need a fancy program or Photoshop, any basic editing software like Word will do.

I like the idea of displaying their work and artwork and when they’re done I’ll hang some on the clipboard wall in our family room:

I love this idea for hanging kids' artwork - a clipboard wall! Cheaper than frames and easy to switch out.

I’ll update this post with a picture of it, but for now, I wanted to hurry up and get this up to share it with YOU!

a simple tracing printable for letters, great for practice or for displaying as artwork!

Ann Marie Heasley
Hi there, I'm Ann Marie! I get a kick out of making stuff, love pops of color, and am a garage sale junkie. My style is simple, comfy vintage. (I would say clean, but my house is rarely clean.) I think your home should be a place where you feel happy. Join me as I share glimpses of our everyday life, creative projects, and tips to make your life easier.
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Comments

  1. Jane D'Arcy says

    I just love how you display the art work in your living room. I’m going to try this in the classroom. Great idea!

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