Here's an interesting tracing page for the kids, featuring a crab! Trace between or on the dotted lines for some excellent pencil control practice.
Sea Creature Tracing Pages
Most young children love sea creatures, which makes our cheerful collection of sea creature tracing pages the perfect way to encourage them to practice pencil control and pre-writing skills.
Children will love practising their pencil control skills by tracing the pincers on our crab tracing page.
Trace the lines to create this lovely image of a dolphin swimming in the sea – I think the kids will enjoy it! Younger children can trace between the lines; older children should trace on them.
Children can trace the outlines of this lovely dolphin, then colour him in. Great for practising pencil control!
How gorgeous is our jellyfish tracing page? It is sure to make even the most reluctant writer pick up their pencil and start tracing those dotty lines.
Children have to trace over the dotted lines around the body and four tenticles to complete the octopus on this tracing page.
Tracing lines is an excellent way of building up pre-writing skills and our sea turtle tracing page will make it fun.
After children trace the lines on this seahorse tracing page they can have even more fun pencil control practice by colouring it in.
This picture of a shark needs finishing off. Trace around the outline for some pencil control practice.
Trace over or in-between the dotted lines to reveal a pretty starfish, ready to colour in. The simple outline makes it just right for cutting out, too.
Ready for an underwater theme or perhaps bible class, let children practice their pencil control by tracing the lines on our whale tracing page.