Our weather finger tracing pages are a fun way for children to practice their letter formation - this one is for the word "cloud". Start on the dot and then trace each letter in the direction of the arrow, using your child's forefinger.
Weather Handwriting Worksheets
Children can practise their handwriting and learn the weather words with three types of handwriting worksheet, starting with finger tracing worksheets for beginners, moving up to word tracing, and then finally onto our word handwriting worksheets. Pick a new worksheet depending on the weather that day!
Kids can have a go at tracing the word 'cloud' until they feel confident enough to write it themselves on the bottom line.
Practise writing the word cold! This lovely worksheet will encourage children to learn to form the letters correctly, and then have a go on their own on the last line.
Can children trace the letters on our "cold" word tracing page? To use again you could laminate the page and use dry wipe markers.
Children can trace the letters with a finger to get a feel of the shape on our hail finger tracing worksheet. If they fancy more of a challenge they can try tracing with a pencil, trying to stay within the lines.
Learn about the weather and practise handwriting too with this fun handwriting worksheet for the word 'hail'.
Get the kids to do a bit of writing practise by tracing over the letters of the word "hail" on this simple worksheet.
Younger children can practise the letters in the word "hot" with the help of the sun! You could laminate this worksheet to use with a dry wipe pen in the classroom.
Children can practise writing the letters in the word "hot" and then try writing the word on their own on the final line.
Young children will have fun learning the shapes of letters with this word tracing page for the word 'hot'.
Younger children can practice their letter formation by tracing over the letters of the word "lightning".
There's a lot of lightning strikes on this handwriting worksheet! Can the children trace the word 'lightning' then write it unaided on the last line?
They say that lightning doesn't strike twice, but there are two bolts of lightning on this fun word tracing worksheet! Can the children trace the word underneath?
You could laminate our shower finger tracing page and after tracing the letters with a finger use a dry wipe marker pen to trace between the lines.
Rain, rain, go away, come again another day! There are lots of rain clouds on this fun handwriting worksheet for the kids...
Learn the letters that spell the word "rainbow" with this pretty finger tracing worksheet. And why not colour in the picture too!
Finger tracing is a good introduction to writing, and this gorgeous rainbow page is a great way to practise!
Practise writing the word rainbow, and colour in a rainbow or two with this fun handwriting worksheet.
Our rainbow handwriting worksheet is a fun way to introduce writing to young children. There are three guided fonts to follow, getting steadily harder, and then space for them to write the word unguided. The pretty rainbow pictures should help encourage them!
Our rainbow word tracing worksheet offers a simple rainbow to colour in, with the word to trace over below.
Trace over the letters of "rainbow" with this simple worksheet for younger children. Why not laminate and use dry wipe markers for repeated use?
Children can learn to write the word shower, first by tracing the letters with their finger, and then with a pencil.
Children need to practise writing the word shower on each line by tracing over the letters, then try writing it unaided on the last line.
Children can practice their pencil skills with this shower handwriting worksheet - they just need to trace the dotted letters.
Children can practise forming the letters in the word SLEET using our finger tracing worksheet. When they are more confident, perhaps they can trace over the letters with a pencil or pen.
The children can learn about different types of weather and practise their handwriting at the same time with our weather-themed handwriting worksheets. This worksheet practises the word sleet.
Trace the letters in the word "snow", first using your child's forefinger and then perhaps with a crayon or pencil.
Get familiar with the letters in the word 'snow' with the help of this word tracing handwriting worksheet.
Can the children trace over the letters in the word storm, which sits beneath a picture of a storm cloud?
Children can practice their handwriting with this storm handwriting worksheet! There's lots of tracing to do, then space on the last line for writing unaided...
Here's a worksheet that helps children practise their letters. They just need to trace over the dotted letter shapes to spell the word storm.
The picture of the bright shining sun is bound to encourage younger children to practise their letter formation on this sunny finger tracing worksheet. They simply need to trace over the letters in the word, then colour in the picture.
We all love a nice sunny day, and the children can practise writing the word 'sunny' with our fun handwriting worksheet.
This bright sunny word tracing worksheet makes handwriting practise fun! Perfect if you're learning about the weather or seasons...
Start children off with our "thunder" finger tracing worksheet - great if you're learning all about different types of weather.
Here's a handwriting worksheet with a weather theme to add a bit of fun to your handwriting practice sessions. The kids just need to practise the word thunder until they can write it by themselves...
Here's a fun way to teach your children their letters! Trace the word "wind" with a finger first, then a pen, starting at the dots and following the arrows.
Practise writing the word wind! This lovely worksheet will encourage children to learn to form the letters correctly and then have a go on their own on the last line.