This acorn tracing page features a detailed design that's perfect for older children who want to practice their tracing skills. Younger kids can have a go too by tracing in between the channels instead.
Autumn Tracing Pages
We've got a really fun collection of tracing pages for the kids with an autumn theme - everything from various shapes of leaves to creatures we associate with autumn like the fox, squirrel, owl and hedgehog. Younger children can trace in the "channels" created by the dotted lines; older children can trace directly on the lines. There's lots of good tracing practice involved!
This Apple tracing page is a perfect tracing activity for beginners, who can trace between the dotted lines with a crayon or felt tip pen. Children with a little more pencil control could try tracing along the dotted lines instead.
There are four autumn leaves to trace on this tracing worksheet - which design do you like the best?
Trace over the dotted lines of our corn (sweetcorn) tracing page for plenty of pencil control practice. Younger children might want to colour in the picture, too.
This lovely falling leaves tracing page is a perfect activity for the kids to enjoy on an autumn day. Younger children can trace in the "channels", and older kids directly on the lines.
This fox tracing page is such a lovely one for autumn or wildlife topics, showing the fox curled up and peacefully asleep. Children can trace in between or directly on the dotted lines.
Here's an interesting tracing page for the kids, featuring a funny hedgehog looking straight at them! Trace between or on the dotted lines for some excellent pencil control practice.
Here is a fun way for kids to work on their pencil control – trace over the dotted lines on our hedgehog tracing page! Younger children might use a thick crayon or felt tip pen to make marks with in the dotted lines.
This leaf tracing page offers a simple outline of the leaf with veins for the children to trace over – a fun way to practice using pencils and a great precursor to writing.
Children can trace this simplified oak leaf outline. Younger kids can trace within the dotted lines; older children might want to trace directly on them. It's a fun way to improve your pencil control!
Here is the third of our leaf tracing pages. This one has a very simple outline – which doesn't make it necessarily the easiest of them!
Trace the outlines of the three leaves on this tracing page – fun for an autumn pencil control activity. Kids can colour in the leaves after tracing the outlines, and maybe have a go at cutting them out too.
Trace the lines on our lovely owl - excellent practice for little kids! Why not laminate so that you can have another go later?
This lovely owl tracing page has lots of lines for the children to trace over. Younger children might like to trace between the dotted lines with a large crayon or pen.
Get the pencils out and have some fun tracing the dotted lines on this lovely round pumpkin – perfect for your harvest, autumn, or Thanksgiving activities.
Trace the dotted lines of this cheeky squirrel. It's good practice for pincer control and pre-writing skills and perfect for the autumn classroom.
This simple tractor outline is fun for little kids to trace – and it's great pre-writing practice too!
Here's a fiendishly difficult tractor tracing page to challenge the kids! This tractor is facing head on and there is lots of detail (and that means lots of dotted lines) to trace over.
A trusty brolly can help keep you dry whatever the occasion! We've provided double lines on this fun umbrella-themed activity to give the kids lots of tracing practice.