Grab these free pirate-themed tracing strips for beginning handwriting practice. Kids can practice holding their pencils properly and tracking from left to right.
These no-prep worksheets are perfect for busy homeschool moms. Just print them out, cut them apart, and you’re all set!
If, however, you like to reuse activities with your preschoolers (or save activities to use with another kiddo), you could laminate these pages. Print them on cardstock and laminate them for durability.
Have kids complete the tracing strips with a dry erase marker, and you can erase them when they’re done. Now, the pages are ready to be used another time or stored for use with another child.
How to Use These Pages
First, print the pages on cardstock and laminate them. Cut the strips apart. You can use a single-hole punch to punch a hole in the top left corner and slip them on a binder ring for an on-the-go activity.
Have kids trace the lines from left to right. Make sure they are holding their pencil properly before they start. Then, encourage them to start at the pirate and trace each line from left to right.
If you laminate these strips and use dry erase markers, your kids can practice tracing each line over and over again until they can do it neatly before moving on to more complex line structures.
This pack of tracing strips contains 24 strips with varying degrees of difficulty. Your preschoolers will start with straight lines and progress to wavy lines, zig zag lines, and even lines that cross over themselves.
Start with the easiest strips and move up in difficulty as your kids master each strip.
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