Get out the magnetic letters and sound out the letters in the word apple as you cover them with the magnetic letters. Then trace out the letters with a finger and colour in the juicy apple on our apple finger tracing worksheet.
Harvest Handwriting Worksheets
Here's a set of our popular handwriting, finger tracing and word tracing worksheets perfect for harvest festival time. We've the words harvest, scarecrow and tractor as well as some food versions to practice too.
Our apple handwriting worksheet is a fun way to introduce writing to young children. There are three guided fonts to follow, getting steadily harder, and then space for them to write the word unguided. What a feeling of satisfaction when they manage it!
Young children are sure to feel a sense of pride when they have traced the letters and coloured in the apple on our lovely apple word tracing worksheet.
Have some flour in a tray next to you and children can practice tracing the letters of the word bread - firstly on our bread finger tracing worksheet, and then in the flour!
Our bread word tracing worksheet is a colouring page and a handwriting worksheet in one. Lots of pencil control practice!
Young children will have fun learning the shapes of letters with this fruit finger tracing page. There are three fruit pictures to colour in too.
Practice handwriting as part of a Harvest or healthy eating project with our fruit handwriting worksheet. Each line gets harder until there is space for children to write the word completely by themselves.
Children get lots of practice with their pencil skills with this fruit handwriting worksheet. There are dotted letters to trace and prictures to colour.
Start the kids off with this harvest finger tracing worksheet, complete with harvest basket to colour in.
Kids can practice their letter formations by tracing and copying the word harvest - perfect for the autumn classroom and of course the Harvest Festival.
Trace the word "harvest" and then colour in the lovely, brimming, harvest basket! Perfect for Harvest Festival...
Pumpkin is a funny word, I just love the sound of it! Ask children to sound out the letters as they trace over them on our pumpkin finger tracing worksheet.
Pumpkins have definite kid appeal so why not use that to brighten up their handwriting practice with our pumpkin handwriting worksheet.
Practice pencil contol with our pumpkin word tracing worksheet. Trace over the letters then colour in the pumpkin.
For youngest children, this is the worksheet to print for some handwriting practice! Learn to write the word scarecrow by finger tracing the letters correctly first...
Doing a scarecrow theme? How about building it out with some handwriting practice by printing this fun scarecrow handwriting worksheet!
Finger tracing allows children to get familiar with the shape of letters. This sweetcorn finger tracing worksheet has lots of curly letters!
Linking handwriting practice in to project work is a good way to make it more interesting. This sweetcorn handwriting worksheet would go well with a Harvest or Kwanzaa project.
For Harvest Festival or Kwanzaa, here is a sweetcorn word tracing page for young children to practice tracing over the dotted letters.
Very young children often seem to have a love of tractors, which you can use to help them learn letters by finger tracing and sounding out the letters of the word on this finger tracing worksheet!
Our tractor handwriting worksheet is a useful addition to a farm or Harvest Festival topic. There are 6 words to trace and some handwriting lines for children to practice writing the word tractor.
Tractors have big appeal to young children so our tractor word tracing page is a fun way to encourage children to put pencil to paper. After they have traced the word there is a picture to colour.
Children can trace the letters with a finger to get a feel of the shape on our vegetable finger tracing worksheet. If they fancy more of a challenge they can try tracing with a pencil, trying to stay within the lines.
Get children writing as part of a healthy eating or Harvest project! Our vegetables word tracing page asks them to trace the word "vegetables" three times and then try to write it themselves.