The letters 'angel fish' are written in big type for young children to follow with their finger before colouring in the picture.
Sea Creature Handwriting Worksheets
Bringing together writing and colouring practice our sea creature handwriting worksheets are a fun way to practice pencil control. We have three worksheets for each animal: starting with simple finger tracing, to tracing over dots and on to writing the word onto lines.
Follow the dots to trace the letters 'angel fish' and then get out the crafyons and make this fish nice and bright.
Follow a day crabbing with a bit of writing practice. Our cute crab picture will make this crab finger tracing worksheet popular with young children.
Our crab handrwriting worksheet is a fun way to tie handwriting practice into a seaside theme this summer. Write the words and colour the crabs.
Get the crayons out and colour our cute crab and then trace over the dots. What a fun way to practice writing skills this summer!
Children can practise forming the letters in the word DOLPHIN using our finger tracing worksheet. When they are more confident, perhaps they can colour in the picture and then trace over the letters with a pencil.
Practise writing the word dolphin with our printable handwriting worksheet - and do some colouring in too!
Trace over the letters of "dolphin" with this simple worksheet for younger children. Why not laminate and use dry wipe markers for repeated use?
Young children can trace out the word 'fish' with their finger and then colour in the four fish. A fun way to practise early pencil skills.
Spell out the letters to write the word 'fish' on this word handwriting worksheet. Don't forget to colour in the fish swimming up the side of the worksheet after.
Practice writing the letter W with this worksheet, which also offers children the chance to draw or stick pictures of things that begin with the letter W.
You could laminate our jellyfish finger tracing page and after tracing the letters with a finger use a dry wipe marker pen to trace between the lines.
Our jellyfish handwriting worksheet uses four fonts getting harder each time to help children practise letter formation.
What a lovely way to practise early writing skills. Trace the letters on our jellyfish word tracing page and colour the picture.
Have fun tracing the letters to spell out 'lobster' and then get out the crayons and colour the picture on our lobster finger tracing page.
Here is another 'under the sea' themed handriting worksheet. On this one children have to write the word lobster.
Here's an early learning handwriting worksheet featuring a cute lobster to colour in. Perfect addition to an under the sea project.
Our octopus finger tracing page would also make a great playdough mat. Print and laminate and use playdoudh to shape the letters and make the octopus some tentacles.
Practise curved letters with help from our octopus handwriting worksheet. The fonts get harder until children have to write the word themselves.
Octopus has lots of curved letters to practise writing, simply trace the dotted letters to make the word.
Did your children enjoy seeing sea lion's at the zoo? Why not get them to practice their early literacy skills by tracing the letters on out sea lion finger tracing page.
Sea lions feature on this sea creature theamed handriting worksheet. Children can practise writing the words and then they need to colour in the picture.
Children need to follow the dots to spell out 'sea lion' and then they can get more pencil control practice by colouring the seal lion picture.
Finger tracing is a great way for children to get the feel of letter shapes as they begin to start writing. After tracing the letters with a finger on our seahorese finger tracing worksheet they could try using a pencil and staying between the lines.
Our seahorse handwriting worksheet will complement many children's picture books or perhaps a visit to an aquarium.
What a fun way to prectise early writing skills. Follow the letters to spell out the word and then colour the picture on our seahorse word tracing page.
Here's a fun way to teach your children their letters! Trace of the word "shark" with a finger first, then a pen, starting at the dots and following the arrows.
Kids can trace and copy the word shark to perfect their letters, then try writing it themselves with this handwriting worksheet.
Trace the letters of "shark" on this simple worksheet, which includes a colouring picture to make handwriting practice more enticing!
Our smiley starfish finger tracing page is a fun early literacy worksheet. Use as part of an 'under the sea' or seaside topic.
Use a seaside theme to make writing more fun this summer. Children can practise tracing letters and the then have a go at writing the word on our starfish handwriting worksheet.
Practise letter formation by tracing the letters to spell 'STARFISH' and then colour the cute starfish.
I think this turtle looks rather glum! Perhaps you could cheer him up by colouring him in nice and brightly and laminate so you can use to trace the letters with your finger many times.
Children have to work through the different fonts that get harder as they go until writing the word unaided on this turtle handwriting worksheet.
Children could really make this trutle word tracing page very bright and cheerful. Trace the letters in different colours and then see how bright they can colour in the turtle's shell.
Children can start to learn how to write the word WHALE with our fun finger tracing worksheet, and colour in the picture, too.
The children will have plenty of time to perfect their handwriting with this fun handwriting worksheet featuring the word whale!