Tracing Worksheets for Kindergarteners

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School is right around the corner, and if you’re anything like my family, you might be scrambling to make sure your child is on track with their learning. If you’re looking for some last minute worksheets to help your young children with tracing this summer, we’ve got you covered! These tracing worksheets for kindergarteners are sure to help your child level up their writing skills. ✍️

Tracing Printables

Your tracing worksheets for kindergarteners comes with four printable pages to practice tracing words. Your child will be able to trace the following words:

  • Glue
  • Scissors
  • Notebook
  • Pencils
  • Crayons
  • Eraser
  • Microscope
  • Ink
  • Backpack
  • Books
  • Backpack
  • Ruler
  • Calculator
  • Cutter
  • Sharpener
  • Paperclips

Also, if you haven’t noticed already, there’s a bit of a back-to-school-theme going on here as well. Subtle hints have always worked nicely in my family.

Preparing Your Tracing Worksheets for Kindergarteners

Preparing your tracing worksheets for kindergarteners is easy-peasy. Simply print them out and make sure your child is set up with a sturdy writing utensil. If they start to complain, you might want to teach them about cursive and tell them to consider themselves lucky. 😝


It’s also good to explain to your child why and how these worksheets will help them. These tracing worksheets for kindergarteners will help your child with their:

  • Writing and/or pre-writing skills
  • Dexterity
  • Hand strengthening
  • Concentration
  • And more!

When it comes to learning how to write, practice is really important.

Enjoy Learning With Tracing Worksheets for Kindergarteners

Learning doesn’t have to be repetitive and boring. Make it fun by bringing a positive, upbeat attitude while your child is learning. It is bound to rub off on them and teach them that learning is fun. We hope that you and your child enjoy these free worksheets for kindergarteners. Also, make sure to check out our other educational content for more learning fun!

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