Have you heard that we are doing a Letter Of The Week series? This series includes a printable set of tracing worksheets for each individual letter of the alphabet! It is so great for preschoolers and kindergarteners who are learning or need extra practice with letter recognition, letter formation or beginning sounds.
Letter I Tracing Worksheet
Two of the most important things that preschoolers and kindergarteners can learn are the letters and numbers. Learning to recognize the alphabet and writing each letter is an important step in this skill. This can be accomplished in many different ways, but this letter tracing worksheet set is one fantastic way!
Also check out our Printable Alphabet Puzzles.
To prep these printables, the only thing you need to do is print them. Optionally you could laminate them, if you want to use them over and over, but that is not required.
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There are two pages in each set. The first page of the tracing worksheet set has two different blocks.
The first block is tracing inside a bubble letter I. This is helpful for children who are learning or need practice with letter formation. There is an uppercase and lowercase I. Kids can follow the given arrows to know how to write the letter properly.
The second part of the first page has a ‘color the I’s’. There are multiple words that include the letter I and kids will only need to color the I. Alternatively, if they want to color all the I’s with one color and the other letters with a different color, that would work too.
For more letter recognition and fun, you may also like our Dinosaur Alphabet Mazes.
On the second page, there are tracing opportunities of straight letters, not bubble letters. There are also multiple blocks with I words (igloo, ink, etc) that kids can trace the word, identify the I and color the picture. At the bottom there is space to draw their own I picture.
Each one of these activities is beneficial for kids who are just learning their ABCs or children who need practice. These are fun, simple and relatively quick activities so children will stay engaged.