Here is a finger tracing worksheet featuring the mighty ant!
Our minibeast worksheets make early learning fun! We got pattern practice, counting practice and handwriting practice - and more to come.
Children can practise writing the letters in the word "ant" and then try writing the word on their own on the final line.
Spell out the word "ant" phonetically, and trace over the dotted letters on this fun handwriting worksheet, complete with a picture to colour in.
Trace the letters in the word "bee", first using your child's forefinger and then perhaps with a crayon or pencil. Then colour in the picture!
Here is a lovely handwriting worksheet with the useful word "bee" – and a super picture to colour in too.
Here is our starter handwriting worksheet featuring a fun beetle picture for the kids to colour in when they have traced the letters.
Kids can practise their handwriting – particularly the useful "double e" combination – with this fun beetle handwriting worksheet.
Our lovely beetle inspiration sure to encourage some excellent handwriting practice with this fun worksheet!
Learning how to form letters properly is crucial, and our finger tracing worksheets are designed to help. Here's one featuring the butterfly...
Practise writing the word "butterfly" with the help of our handwriting worksheet - and colour in the pictures too. Fun!
Start younger children off with our caterpillar finger tracing worksheet. Colour the picture and then "finger trace" the letters to learn how to form them...
There is plenty of handwriting practise on this fun handwriting worksheet - featuring the caterpillar!
Colour the cricket and trace over the letters – first of the forefinger, and then perhaps with a felt-tip pen or crayon.
It's always fun to practice your handwriting when there is a smiling mini beast picture to cheer you on! Enjoy our cricket handwriting worksheet…
A happy cricket decorates this handwriting worksheet! Colour the picture and trace over the dotted letters…
Trace over the letters of the word grasshopper with your child's forefinger to familiarise them with the letter formation. Then they can colour in the picture…
Here is a handwriting worksheet featuring the grasshopper – one for more confident children, perhaps?
Practice your letters with this ladybird handwriting worksheet! There is plenty of tracing opportunities and space for the kids to write the word on their own too.
Kids can have fun with this ladybird word tracing worksheet! Grab the red crayon in colour in the picture after tracing the letters.
Children will enjoy totting up the number of each minibeast and writing the answer in the box on this fun counting worksheet.
Practise counting skills with the kids with our fun minibeast counting worksheet. We've got butterflies, bees, spiders, snails and more little creatures to count...
If children are going to practice their scissor skills, why not make it fun with the addition of these four funny minibeasts at the end of each line!
These minibeast cutting shapes have dotted lines around them to provide a guide for children to cut along.
Children can work through this worksheet spotting minibeast patterns! Then they can have a go at drawing their own version of the missing minibeast in the box. Available in colour or black and white.
Here is a snail finger tracing worksheet for your youngest children. You could get them to colour it in and then laminate it for use with a dry wipe pen, perhaps?
It is fun to practice handwriting with our handwriting worksheets – and this snail worksheet is no exception!
Trace over the letters and colour in the picture on this snail handwriting worksheet for younger children
Our spider finger tracing worksheet is perfect for younger children, who can colour in the picture and then "finger trace" the letters below.
This spider web tracing page is quite a challenge - especiay if you tracing over all the dotted lines rather than in between them! When the kids have traced the web, why not suggest that they draw a spider onto it?
Here is a starter handwriting worksheet for your youngest children, providing a worm for the kids to colour in the letters of the word to "finger trace" below.
Practice handwriting with this fun handwriting worksheet! It will certainly help children remember how to spell this tricky word – worm…