This Apple tracing page is a perfect tracing activity for beginners, who can trace between the dotted lines with a crayon or felt tip pen. Children with a little more pencil control could try tracing along the dotted lines instead.
Food Topic Tracing Pages
Here is a fun collection of tracing pages with a food theme, perfect for children who are practising their pencil control skills. Younger children can trace in the channels between the dotted lines; older children can trace directly along them. These pages can be laminated and used with dry wipe markers for repeated use. And of course they can be coloured in, too.
Trace the lines of a hot dog and burger and then colour them both in! Younger children can trace in the channels between the dotted lines with a crayon or felt tip pen.
Who's for a BBQ? Trace over this one and then colour it in. Younger children can trace in the channels between the dotted lines with a crayon or felt tip pen.
Trace the dotted lines of this pair of cherries - perfect for a summer or healthy eating pencil control activity. Younger children can trace in the "channels", more confident children directly on the lines.
Trace over the dotted lines of our corn (sweetcorn) tracing page for plenty of pencil control practice. Younger children might want to colour in the picture, too.
There are lots of dotted lines to trace on this ice cream tracing page, perfect for summer pre-writing practice! Younger children could trace in the channel between the dotted lines.
Trace over the dotted lines on the second of our ice cream tracing pages and create an ice-cream picture. Younger children can trace between the dotted lines; older children directly on them.
The outline of this ice lolly tracing page is perfect for younger children, who can trace between the dotted lines. Older children can trace around both lines for more practice.
You can almost smell the pie on our pie tracing page! When the kids have traced the lines, they can decide what type of pie it is. Pumpkin pie, perhaps? The simple lines are perfect for beginners, who can trace the channel created by the dotted lines rather than the lines themselves.
Just for fun, let the kids trace a whole bunch of popcorn! Younger children can trace between the lines; older children should trace both sets of lines for extra practice.
Get the pencils out and have some fun tracing the dotted lines on this lovely round pumpkin – perfect for your harvest, autumn, or Thanksgiving activities.