Learn to write the word April with this finger tracing worksheet.
Months of the Year
Help children learn the months of the year with our word cards and handwriting worksheets. For each month we have a finger tracing worksheet, a tracing worksheet and a handwriting worksheet. Also scroll down for our "months of the year rhyme" poster and a set of gorgeous months of the year "word" bookmarks. I'm afraid these are listed in alphabetical order rather than "month" order, below.
Practice writing the word April with our handwriting worksheet. Children can try by themselves on the last line.
Trace over the dotted letters of the word April. This is just one of twelve word tracing worksheets for the months of the year.
If you and the kids are stuck inside because of April showers, ask them to write a creative story or letter on our April writing paper! We have three versions to choose from for different ages and abilities.
Children can practise their pencil control and learn to recognise and spell the word August, with the help of our word tracing worksheet.
Are you going on holiday in August, or maybe just having fun at home during the summer holidays? You can write about what you've been doing on our August writing paper, or maybe pass some time by writing a creative story or letter...
Here's a colouring page featuring the Calendar Rhyme and a leaping frog for Leap Year - a fun way to help the kids learn the days in the each month.
Despite it's old fashioned language, there's no doubt that learning the calendar rhyme helps children (and many, many adults, myself included) to remember the number of days in each month.
The kids could use our December writing paper to write a Christmas list, or maybe use it at the end of the month to recount all the fun things they did over Christmas! Or you could write someone a letter thanking them for your presents? Choose from blank, lined and handwriting lines below.
Use this lovely worksheet to reinforce the formation of the letters in February - always a tricky one for kids to learn to spell!
Kids can get plenty of practice writing the word February with this handwriting worksheet, then have a go on their own.
Trace the dotted letters of the word February and colour in the picture! You could laminate and use a dry wipe pen for more practice...
Use our February writing paper to write a wintry story or maybe a tale with Valentine's Day theme? Choose from blank, lined and with handwriting lines.
Finger trace the word January using our worksheet - we've got one for all the months of the year. Why not laminate the whole set?
By the time your child has traced January a number of different ways, they will be proficient enough to have a got at writing it without any guides on the last line!
We have one of these fun writing papers for each month of the year, so you could write down what you've done each month then look back at the end of the year? Or use this January writing paper to write a New Year's creative story?
Trace out the letters of the word July with your child's finger, and then maybe again with pencil, on this fun months of the year worksheet.
Trace the word July over and over again with this fun handwriting worksheet. We've got one for each of the months.
The big dotted letters on this worksheet help your child learn to write the word July - with a cheerful colouring page to cheer them on!
It's time for the summer holidays, so maybe use our July writing paper to talk about the things you'd like to do when you're off school? Or write a fun creative story set in July? Choose from blank, lined and handwriting versions below...
Help children learn to form their letters correctly with this fun handwriting worksheet for the month of June. There's plenty of practice here!
Make sure the children can write the name of the month with this June word tracing worksheet - complete with colouring in picture.
If we're lucky, the weather will be warm and sunny in June and we can enjoy some outdoor fun! If it does rain, pass some time while you wait for the sun to reappear by writing creative stories and letters on our June writing paper! We have three versions to choose from below...
Get ready for March by learning how to write the name of the month! This finger tracing worksheet is the place to start.
Practise writing the letters of the month of March with this word tracing worksheet, and colour in the picture too.
We have a writing paper for each month of the year, so they're perfect for everyone's birthday lists and thank you letters. This writing paper is for March, and we've got three versions to suit different ages and abilities.
It's time to learn how to write the month of May! Start by tracing, then get the kids to write it themselves on the last line.
Children can colour in the picture and then trace the letters in May below - a fun way of learning to write the month!
O, the month of May, the merry month of May! May is a lovely month with flowers blooming and long, bright days - can the kids use our fun writing paper to write a spring-time letter or a story? Choose from blank, lined and with handwriting lines below.
These simple flashcards print two to a page. Each flash card features the word for the month of the year, and the number - useful for helping children put the months into order context.
Teach the months of the year with the help of our useful word cards. There are a few extra useful words thrown in too.
Here's a lovely way for the children to record their activities, feelings and thoughts for each month of the year. This colourful pack has a page for each month, with room for writing and a picture.
Journal writing is a great way to encourage children to write down and understand their feelings, and they can also enjoy looking back at what they've done and achieved. These guided monthly journal pages are ideal for younger children who are new to journal writing.
Choose from 4 different bookmarks for each month of the year with these fun colouring bookmarks. Designed to be quick to cut out, children can choose our fun pre-coloured word design, or choose one of the black and white outline letters to colour themselves.
This bumper pack of fun story papers has a separate page for each month of the year. Use individually to write reports or creative stories for a particular month, or write a report of what you did each month and you will end up with a month-by-month account of the last year!
Here's the first step to learning how to write November - finger trace the letters on this worksheet!
Here's our November word tracing page - it's a fun way to learn how to write the month, and enjoy some colouring in.
November is a busy month! There's Bonfire night if you live in the UK and Thanksgiving in the US, so the children might want to write about these occasions on our writing paper. Or they could write an autumnal letter or story?
Children can learn to write October with the help of this handwriting worksheet. Start by tracing the letters with a finger, then with a pencil, then write unaided...
Our fun October writing paper could encourage the kids to write a letter or their own autumnal story. We have three versions available - blank, lined and with handwriting lines.
Start to learn how to write the word September by tracing with your finger over each letter. How about laminating the worksheet and also tracing with a dry wipe pen?
Learning to write words is fun with our handwriting worksheets, and here's one for the month of September...