Colour in the picture of the dog, and learn to write the word by tracing first with the finger, then with a pencil. Laminate and use a dry-wipe pen if you prefer.
Chinese Zodiac Finger Tracing
Here's a set of 12 worksheets aimed at early learners, to help them learn how to form the letter shapes and offer some colouring-in fun, too. Use finger at first, then follow with a pencil (or laminate the worksheet for use with a dry-wipe pen).
This fun dragon worksheet can be used as is, or laminated and use with a dry wipe pen. A fun way to learn to form letters - and of course your child can colour in the dragon too.
Learn how to form the letters of the word goat by finger tracing, or laminate and use a dry wipe pen. Fun for little kids!
Children can learn to write the word horse - first by tracing the letters with their fore-finger or pencil. Why not colour the picture then laminate the page so that they can trace the word over and over again using a dry-wipe pen?
Introduce your child to letter formation with this monkey themed finger tracing worksheet. Monkeys are always popular and can be used in numerous themes; jungle, zoo, or Chinese zodiac.
Do the kids like pigs? Or are you studying farm animals, or the Chinese zodiac? If so, as a simple CVC phonetic word, this finger tracing worksheet is perfect for you!
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.
Use this rat finger tracing worksheet to familiarise young children with the way letters are formed. The rat is a Chinese zodiac animal so this would be a great activity for Chinese new year.
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.
Younger children learning their letters will enjoy colouring in this lovely snake then tracing over the letters with their finger or a pencil. Laminate for repeated use if you wish.