Letter and Number Tracing Worksheets

Letter and Number Tracing Worksheets

Enjoy learning new skills with these letter and number tracing worksheets! Each worksheet allows kids to learn uppercase and lowercase letters and numbers through making, finding, and tracing! Perfect for beginner writers!

Practice making, find, and tracing uppercase and lowercase letters and numbers with these beginner worksheets for kids! Perfect for letter and number recognition and strengthening fine motor skills!

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Included in the Letter and Number Tracing Worksheets

Worksheets included:

  • Uppercase letters (A-Z)
  • Lowercase letters (a-z)
  • Numbers (1-10)
  • A one page alphabet and number visual aid for personal use.

Directions for Use

Each letter and number worksheet contains 3 parts:

  1. Make: Make the large outlined letter or number using any materials of your choice (ex: play-dough, Wikki Stix, beads, coins).
  2. Find: Find and circle the letter or number in the box of scattered symbols. Each box has 6 matches!
  3. Trace: Trace the letter or number using the arrow directions as a guide.

Tip: I recommend laminating each mat to make this activity easy to clean-up and reusable (especially if you are using play-dough!). When laminated, you can then use dry erase markers to complete. 

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Enjoy these uppercase and lowercase letter and number tracing sheets for kids! Have fun learning through making, finding, and tracing. It's the perfect fine motor, visual motor, and recognition activity.

Skills Targeted

Letter Recognition: The “find” section of the worksheet is great for those learning to recognize the difference between different letters and numbers. Scanning the box of scattered symbols is also great for visual motor skills!

Fine Motor Skills: With the “make” section of the worksheets, you can build those manipulation skills through several different materials! Use hands to roll with play dough, use a pincer grasp to place beads, or grasp a dot marker for stamping. The “trace” section is also great for more precise movements using crayons or markers. 

Writing: With the “trace” section of the worksheets, follow along the gray lines to form letters or numbers. To encourage a tripod grasp and improve control, stick to short and thin utensils like crayons!

Make, find, and trace worksheets for number and uppercase and lowercase letters! Improve fine motor, visual motor, language, and letter recognition skills with this fun printable bundle!

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What materials are you going to use for the “Make” section? Comment below! Also, check out our pre-writing shape play-dough mats for more creating fun!

Ashley Jones

Ashley Jones is co-founder of Dream Team Therapy and an occupational therapist who is currently working in the outpatient setting. She has been practicing for 6 years and has spent each year in her favorite specialty - pediatrics. The best part about being a pediatric therapist is the opportunity to be creative, use your imagination, play everyday. She hopes to bring that same spirt to Dream Team Therapy. When she's not making printables or crafting, she's most likely dancing to Beyoncé, applying a face mask, or reading a good book.

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