Help toddler, preschool, pre-k, and kindergarten students practice fine motor skills with these heart tracing worksheet pages. These free printable valentine worksheets are perfect for practicing in February with a no-prep activity. Simply print the heart tracing printable and let your learners have fun tracing!
Heart Tracing Worksheet
Do your learners love a good coloring and tracing activity? Well, then I am sure they will love tracing hearts and then coloring the pages to make valentines! Fine motor skills are such an important skill for preschoolers and kindergarteners to develop as it is helps them with their writing skills later on. Writing is not an easy task for young kids and so fine tuning their fine motor skills will help them with their writing a lot. Using activities like these heart tracing worksheets allow them to practice. These valentine hearts to trace allow fun tracing and coloring to train those muscles in their fingers and get them ready to start writing. This valentine worksheets fine motor printable is a simple, no-prep printable activity, that you will be able to use with your learners over and over again!
Heart Tracing Printable
Valentine hearts to trace
This low prep heart tracing activity includes the following in the printable.
6 Heart tracing activity pages
8 heart tracing paths
If you would like to make this printable a re-usable activity for your learners, laminate the pages or slide them into a dry-erase sheet. Provide learners with a dry-erase marker and they will be able to trace while keeping the activity re-usable.
Print and prep the resource.
Provide learners with a dry erase marker or other writing tools such as pencils, crayons and markers.
For a quick differentiation, simply print different pages out for your learners depending on their fine motor skills. Print a simple tracing activity for a learner who is just learner to trace and print a more complicated one for a learner who needs additional fine motor practice.
Learners will trace the dotted lines in the hearts or the paths between 2 hearts.
They can also opt to color in their hearts after they are done tracing. This would make a fun tracing and coloring activity for even more fine motor fun!
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Khadeejah enjoys creating educational printables and looking through blogs for fun ideas, crafts and printables. She enjoys teaching her younger brother, who just turned 5. She shares the printables and ideas they do together over at her blog The Chatty Kinder.
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