This Apple tracing page is a perfect tracing activity for beginners, who can trace between the dotted lines with a crayon or felt tip pen. Children with a little more pencil control could try tracing along the dotted lines instead.
Thanksgiving Tracing Pages
Our Thanksgiving tracing pages are a great way to brush up on fine motor skills and practise concentration, but they can also become a fun colouring activity too. Younger children can trace between the dotted lines using a felt tip pen or crayon. Older kids can trace along all the dotted lines for a bit more practice!
Trace over the dotted lines of our corn (sweetcorn) tracing page for plenty of pencil control practice. Younger children might want to colour in the picture, too.
This cornucopia tracing page is certainly a challenge! Younger children should trace between the dotted lines. Older kids can trace over all the dotted lines...
You can almost smell the pie on our pie tracing page! When the kids have traced the lines, they can decide what type of pie it is. Pumpkin pie, perhaps? The simple lines are perfect for beginners, who can trace the channel created by the dotted lines rather than the lines themselves.
Trace over the dotted lines to draw your own pilgrim girl, then colour her in. Younger children can trace in the channel between the dotted lines with a thick pen or crayon.
This is one of our more simple Thanksgiving tracing pages. Younger children can trace the outline of the pilgrim's hat by drawing carefully within the channels created by the dotted lines. Chidlren with better pencil control can trace directly on the lines.
Get the pencils out and have some fun tracing the dotted lines on this lovely round pumpkin – perfect for your harvest, autumn, or Thanksgiving activities.
This simple tractor outline is fun for little kids to trace – and it's great pre-writing practice too!
Here's a fiendishly difficult tractor tracing page to challenge the kids! This tractor is facing head on and there is lots of detail (and that means lots of dotted lines) to trace over.
Here's a fun alternative to eating your Thanksgiving feast - tracing it! Get plenty of pencil control practise by tracing over (or between) the dotted lines, then colouring in the turkey dinner!