Our finger tracing worksheets are designed as the first steps towards writing the number words - and here's eight!
Number Word Finger Tracing Worksheets
Learn how to write the number words, starting with our finger tracing worksheets. Each one has a lovely big number for the kids to colour in and of course they can be laminated for repeat use with a dry wipe pen too, if you prefer.
Eighteen is a tricky word to spell and write, so make sure the kids start off right with our finger tracing worksheet.
By tracing over the letters on this finger tracing worksheet, children will soon learn how to write the number word correctly!
Children can learn to recognise the number and word 15 with our finger tracing worksheet, and take their first steps towards writing the word themselves...
Learn to recognise, spell and write the word fourteen, starting with this finger tracing worksheet and then moving on to our tracing and then handwriting worksheets!
When children are learning their number words, this finger tracing worksheet for the number 19 might come in handy! And of course we have zero through twenty, too!
This set of 11 finger tracing worksheets is designed to introduce your child to the number words for the first time. We've provided a large number symbol as well for them to colour in or perhaps fill with a pattern.
Download these finger tracing worksheets for numbers eleven to twenty in one pack. Children can connect the number to the number word and practise their handwriting - perhaps with a dry wipe pen, if you laminate the worksheets first.
Here's the second of our finger tracing worksheets for the number words from zero to twenty. This one is the number 1!
Seven is the number on this finger tracing worksheet! Trace over the letters until your child knows how to write them correctly...
Children take take their first steps learning to recognise and write the word sixteen with our finger tracing worksheet.
Here's a good way to start learning to write the word ten - with our finger tracing worksheet! And of course your child can colour in the corresponding number.
Finger trace the letters in the word three until your child is confident enough to try with a pencil, too.
Here's the first step in learning how to write the wrod for "two" - with our finger tracing worksheet.