Here's the first of three badger worksheets, for your youngest children. Trace over the letters of the word with a forefinger, starting on the dots and going in the direction of the arrows.
British Wildlife Finger Tracing
These finger tracing worksheets are perfect for your early years classroom's British Wildlife topic! There are fun colouring pictures involved, too...
Colour the picture of a deer and then finger trace the word below. Once confident, children can trace the letters with a pencil too.
Here's a nice simple CVC word for beginners to trace with their finger and then a pen, with a fun fox colouring page too.
Here's our first hedgehog handwriting worksheet, of three. This one provides dots and arrows to make sure children form the letters correctly, and is perfect for finger tracing - or perhaps as a laminated worksheet with dry wipe pen.
This is one of our fun finger tracing worksheets, featuring a cartoon mouse that will appeal to the kids with his cheeky face! Finger trace the letters then colour in the picture.
I've always thought that "otter" is a funny word, and that the otter is a funny looking animal, too! This finger tracing worksheet is a fun way for younger kids to learn their letters.
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.
This cute rabbit finger tracing worksheet will be very popular with young children, and its a super activity for early learners at Easter or Chinese New Year.
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!