Use your child's forefinger to trace the letters of the word advent, then trace them again with a pen. It's a good way to learn the spelling, and they can colour in the lovely illustration too.
Christmas Finger Tracing
These Christmas finger tracing worksheets are designed for children who are just learning their letters. Start by tracing over the letters with your child's forefinger. Then let them have a go. When they are confident, use a pencil or crayon to trace the letters, and colour in the picture. Alternatively, colour the picture first and then laminate the worksheet. Then you can trace the letters over and over with a dry-wipe pen.
Here's a fun handwriting worksheet for early learners, who can finger trace the letters of the word "angel" before colouring in our picture. When they are more confident they can trace the letters with a pencil or pen.
The youngest children can have fun with this Nativity worksheet, by finger tracing over the letters spelling out "Baby Jesus".
In England we decorate our Christmas trees with Christmas "baubles" - a word that I don't think is used anywhere else! Here's a finger tracing worksheet for kids to practice their handwriting with.
Here's a good handwriting worksheet for beginners, who can finger trace over the letters in "candle" before colouring in the picture.
Use this Christmas handwriting worksheet with beginner writers. Finger trace the letters of "candy cane", starting each letter on the dots, and then try it with a pencil.
Here's a fun way to learn to spell the word Christmas - by finger tracing and then tracing over our large letters, and colouring in Father Christmas too!
Finger trace the letters of the words "Christmas Tree" and colour in the picture. It's a fun worksheet to use in the weeks before Christmas...
Here's a finger tracing worksheet for the word "cracker" - without which Christmas dinner would be a much quieter affair!
Here's a good way to start the kids off with some handwriting practice in the run up to Christmas. Finger trace the letters of "decorations", then use a pencil or pen to trace them again. And of course there's a picture to colour in too.
Give the kids some practice writing the letters e, l and f and teach them how to spell the word ELF for Christmas!
Use this fun finger tracing worksheet at Christmas or any time of the year to teach the children how to write the word "gift" and give them practice forming the letters correctly.
Gingerbread is part of Christmas these days, and it's a challenging word to write with lots of letter practice. Make learning the word fun with our finger tracing worksheet.
Here's our finger tracing worksheet for Christmas holly, complete with picture to colour in. Place your child's forefinger on the dot and trace the letters.
Kids can begin to learn the write the name Joseph by tracing over our letters, starting at the dot. Colour in the picture, too.
Younger children can learn how to spell the word Mary, ready for Christmas and the Nativity story, then colour in our pretty picture.
Finger tracing is a great way for children to get the feel of letter shapes as they begin to start writing. After tracing the letters with a finger on our poinsettia finger tracing worksheet they could try using a pencil and staying between the lines.
Get some handwriting practice in with this fun reindeer finger tracing worksheet. And of course we've provided a lovely picture to colour in as incentive!
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!
Here's a lovely Christmas worksheet which the kids will enjoy! Finger trace the word "Rudolph" - everyone's favourite reindeer - and then colour him in. Don't forget his red nose!
Trace over the letters of Santa Claus, first with a finger and then with a pencil. Fun handwriting practice for the Christmas classroom!
Start children off with this shepherd finger tracing worksheet. It's a fun way to practise handwriting while learning about the Nativity story as Christmas draws near...
Younger children can practise their letters at Christmas with this fun stocking finger tracing worksheet. Start on the dots and trace each letter, first with a forefinger and then with a pencil.
Start with this "wise man" finger tracing worksheet when you are practising handwriting and learning about the Nativity story, too. Children will enjoy colouring in one of the three kings, or wise men.