Kids can color Thanksgiving pictures and trace and write letters to practice handwriting skills. Perfect for preschool, kindergarten, and homeschool.
I love handwriting pages with pictures to color so I made this Thanksgiving set to share with you–for free. The reason I like them is that my kids enjoy them, and as they color each picture they work on their fine motor skills which helps them improve their handwriting without even knowing it. Then, they color, trace, and write the letters on the page adding to their handwriting success–it’s a win-win and not to mention fun!
This Thanksgiving Handwriting and Coloring Page set includes 9 pages of uppercase letters and 9 pages of lowercase letters. It doesn’t include the whole alphabet because the whole alphabet doesn’t go with Thanksgiving. For example, their was not a Xylophone or Zebra at the first Thanksgiving dinner, hehe. With that said, it is still a great set for the month of November and will provide your child an easy and educational activity. Perfect! Finally, if you are bummed all the letters aren’t in this set you can grab a copy of our Free A-Z Alphabet Handwriting pack that includes all 26 letters.
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Thanksgiving Color, Trace, and Write Pages
Download the Thanksgiving Handwriting and Coloring Pages below.
Let your child color the pictures.
Let your child color the bubble letter at the top left. Have your child trace the letters.
For extra practice, you can have them make “Thanksgiving words” using colors like orange, brown, and yellow and trace or write the letters with the colors that you select so they repeat each letter several times.