Kids can learn to write the letters for "dog" with this fun worksheet, which also leaves plenty of space for them to form the letters on their own.
Chinese Zodiac Handwriting Worksheets
Kids can trace the names of the Chinese Zodiac animals over and over on these cute handwriting worksheets, and then practise writing the words on their own. All 12 animals are here.
Just for fun - kids can practise their letters by tracing the word dragon in various different formats, before writing it by themselves. Perfect for fairy tales, St George's Day, Chinese New Year, or any time!
Children will learn how to form the letters and spell the word goat with this fun worksheet - and get lots of practice!
Practise writing the word horse! This lovely worksheet will encourage children to learn to form the letters correctly, and then have a go on their own on the last line.
Practise the word monkey using this handwriting worksheet. The cute picture makes it a great tie in with other activites featuring jungle animals. Also, the monkey is one of the 12 animals of the Chinese zodiac.
You don't see the word ox on handwriting worksheets very often! We thought this one would be great for Chinese New Year!
Pig is an excellent word for children beginning to use handwriting worksheets as it is spelled phonetically and is nice and short! Plus, who can resist the cute picture?
Cute rabbits are always popular, so print out this handwriting worksheet and the kids can practice writing the word. Useful for spring, Easter and for Chinese New Year too.
Practice makes perfect when it comes to writing and this rat handwriting worksheet is one of many we have to help your child with letter formation.
A firm favourite from the farmyard adds interest to a bit of handwriting practice. The worksheet might also be useful for Chinese New Year.
Print out this snake handwriting worksheet for beginners to practice their letter formation and spelling - and why not colour in the picture, too!
This useful tiger handwriting sheet has the starting point and direction of writing marked, so it is clear to your child how the letter is formed. By the end of the worksheet they will be much more confident about writing the letters on their own.