Teach your preschooler and kindergartner handwriting practice with these Christmas alphabet worksheets that are FREE, letters A-Z.
Use these printable Christmas Alphabet Handwriting Worksheets during the month of December to make teaching your child how to write the letters of the alphabet easy and fun! The set includes uppercase and lowercase letters with one page for each letter so you can work your way through the whole alphabet or pick and choose what letters fit best into your preschooler or kindergartners day.
At the top of each page there is a capital letter and lowercase letter with numbers and arrow guides. This is perfect to review with your child before they complete the bottom portion of the page.
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Can I Use The Christmas Alphabet Worksheets More Than Once?
Yes! Download and print them as many times as you would like. You could also place them inside a dry-erase pocket or laminate them so children can use them repeatedly with washable dry-erase markers.
How Important is it for My Child to Right the Letter Correctly?
This is probably a debatable answer, but I say it depends on their age and attitude. The biggest thing to avoid is discouraging your child from trying. Not only are they learning the alphabet, but they are also learning where to place their pencil, how to hold a pencil, what sound the letter makes, and developing fine motor control too–it’s a lot! Keep it fun and don’t stress it… they will get it.
My four year old (Little Pup) hasn’t had a lot of handwriting practice so we do a lot of tracing the letters with our finger before we use a pen or pencil. This helps him learn the “movements” needed to write the letter and lets him practice without the “stess” of making his pencil marks look like a letter. We like to use our Handwriting Without Tears wood pieces to build the letters and trace them with our fingers (the set says it’s for uppercase letters, but we build as many lowercase letters with it as we can. We also use it to make paths for cars, and loose-parts-play).
Christmas Alphabet Handwriting Worksheets FREE
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Suggested Ways to Review Handwriting Letters with Preschoolers and Kindergartners:
- Show your child how to trace the large letters at the top, showing them the numbers, and where to begin and where to stop.
- Have your child trace the large letters at the top with your direction.
- Have your child trace the letter in the air.
- Have your child trace the letter with their finger or eraser on the paper.
- When a letter requires the child to lift their pencil, call it a “hop” and show them how it is done. For example, when we write a capital A, our pencil starts at the top of the first line, then jumps up to the top.
- Have your child trace just the uppercase letters.
- Have your child trace just the lowercase letters.
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