These free printable summer tracing worksheets are a great way to help preschool kids practice their fine motor skills! Grab the printables below and print them out for your kids to keep them busy during the summer months.
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Looking for a fun summer activity to print out for your kids? These cute summer worksheets would be a great way to entertain your kids while also providing an opportunity for summer learning.
This set of tracing sheets features 4 different summer-themed images and vocabulary words that will help your kids practice their handwriting, fine motor skills, as well as a variety of other important skills.
Grab the printables below and pull them out the next time your child is looking for something to do!
(And if you’re looking for another fun way to help your little one practice their fine motor skills, check out this Dandelion Play Dough. Why not do something fun with all the weeds growing in your yard?)
Who Is This Activity For?
These free printable worksheets are perfect for toddlers, preschoolers, pre-K and kindergarten age kids who need some extra fine motor practice.
How to Use These Free Worksheets (for Younger and Older Kids)
Each page features both a summer word and a corresponding picture for your child to trace.
If you are doing this activity with young children who haven’t yet developed their pencil grip, consider having them follow the lines using their index finger rather than tracing them with a pencil.
As for older kids, they can trace the dotted lines using a pencil or marker to practice their pencil control. For added fun, ask them to colour in the images when they’re done!
How to Print These Worksheets
After you download each PDF file to your computer, simply print the pages on US Letter-sized paper (8.5 x 11 inches) and hand them over to your kids. If you want to make the worksheets reusable, you can follow the instructions in the next section.
This printable was designed to be printed in US Letter format, but you should still be able to print the pages on A4 paper. Just make sure you double-check the “Scale to Fit” setting on your printer to ensure that none of the printable area gets cut off.
How to Make These Worksheets Reusable
If you’re looking to save money on paper or printer ink, you can make these tracing sheets reusable by laminating them using a thermal laminator or self-laminating sheets, or placing them inside plastic page protectors or dry erase pockets.
This will allow your kids to trace the pictures and words using a dry erase marker, then wipe the pages clean and set them aside for next time.
How to Download Your Summer Tracing Worksheets
To download these free summer activity sheets, simply click the download link below each image (no sign-up required).
Make sure you click on each text link to download the tracing sheets in PDF format, as the preview images in the article are not print resolution.
Why Is Tracing Beneficial for Kids?
Tracing is a fun educational activity that will help your child develop a number of important skills. These skills include, but are not limited to:
- Fine motor skills
- Coordination and drawing accuracy
- Control over writing tools
- Pre-writing skills
- Handwriting skills and letter formation
- Hand-eye coordination
- Letter recognition
- Vocabulary words
Can I Use This Printable in My Classroom?
Absolutely! I love supporting fellow educators, so classroom use is both allowed and encouraged. Use this free resource the next time you’re looking for educational activities to offer during independent work time.
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