This fun dragon worksheet can be used as is, or laminated and use with a dry wipe pen. A fun way to learn to form letters - and of course your child can colour in the dragon too.
St George's Day Handwriting Worksheets
Bring a bit of fun to your handwriting practice with this selection of worksheets on an English and George and the Dragon theme.
Just for fun - kids can practise their letters by tracing the word dragon in various different formats, before writing it by themselves. Perfect for fairy tales, St George's Day, Chinese New Year, or any time!
Use this worksheet to teach children how to write and spell "England". If you colour in the flag first and then laminate it, you could use it many times with a dry wipe pen for extra practice.
By the time children have completed this England worksheet they will have perfected the art of writing it! There are two England flags to colour in, too.
Children can colour in our lovely knight and then learn to write the word beneath, tracing the letters with their forefinger first.
Knight is a tricky word to spell - but children will remember it when they've practised with this handwriting worksheet! As always we have a fun illustration for them to colour, too.
Practice writing the word "rose" with this pretty handwriting worksheet. Use it as part of a flower theme, for Mother's Day, Valentine's Day - even St George's Day!
Whether it's for Valentine's Day, St George's Day or a flower theme, children can practise letter formation with our lovely rose word tracing.
Here is some St. George's Day learning for younger children. They can get a feel for letter shapes by tracing the letters to spell out St. George.
Practise handwriting and learn about how to write names and titles with this St. George handwriting worksheet.