Help children learn letter formation by asking them to trace over the letters on our bird tracing page with their finger. They can also grab some coloured pens or crayons and brighten up the picture of the bird too!
Bird Finger Tracing
Practise early handwriting skills by tracing the letters on these cute bird handwriting pages. Print onto card and laminate to reuse over and over.
Get the yellow pencil out to colour in this cute little chick, then practice forming the letters in the word with our finger tracing guide lines.
Practise shaping out the letters on our chicken finger tracing page then colour in the cute chicken.
Here's a fun way to learn how to form your letters! Trace over the letters of the word cockatoo, then colour in the picture. You could laminate this page and use with a dry wipe pen.
Help children get a feel for letters by having them trace over the letters on our dover finger tracing page with their finger. If you have magnetic letters it also works well to match the letters and lay them on top to spell out dove.
A good word for practicing curved letter. Trace the word duck with first with a finger, then with pencil and finally colour in the duck.
Laminate this eagle finger tracing page to make it last longer. Children can trace over the letters with their finger on the page and then try making the shapes again in a tray of sand or flour.
Learn to write the word "emu" with our finger tracing worksheet, and then colour in the picture too!
Use our goose finger tracing page to practise forming curved letters. You could try shaping the letters from playdough.
Use this fun kiwi worksheet to practice letter formation with your youngest children. Why not laminate for repeat use, and use dry wipe pens, too?
Trace over the letters of the word "kookaburra" and then colour in the picture! You could laminate this page and use it again...
Here's a slightly tricky word for the children to learn and practise - can they trace the letters in "ostrich" with their finger?
Children can first learn to trace the word OWL with their finger, starting on the dots, and then use a pencil. Laminate for repeat use if you like.
Colour in the parrot with some beautiful colours and then finger trace the word parrot underneath! Perfect for younger children.
Laminate this peacock finger tracing and children can trace over the letters to spell out peacock with their finger or perhaps a dry wipe marker time and time again.
This is one of our fun finger tracing worksheets, featuring a cute cartoon penguin. Finger trace the letters then colour in the picture.
Puffin is a lovely word - fun to say and fun to write! Start the kids off with this finger tracing worksheet, and they can colour in the picture too.
Here's a fun way to teach your children their letters! Trace the word "raven" with a finger first, then a pen, starting at the dots and following the arrows.
Younger children can trace the letters of the word "robin" then colour in the cute picture. It's a fun worksheet in the winter, at Christmas, or any time. Make sure to colour that robin's breast red!
Finger tracing is a great way to introduce writing and letters to very young children. This worksheet features a rooster, great for farmyard, bird or Chinese zodiac activities.
Learn how to form the letters of the word swan by finger tracing, or laminate and use a dry wipe pen.