These snowman alphabet letter tracing task cards are an engaging way for students to learn letter formation and practice writing letters.
Snowman Letter Tracing Task Cards
Teach pre-k and kindergarten students letter formation with this hands-on freebie! Students will get lots of practice with tracing both uppercase and lowercase letters on each task card. Plus, each card features a picture that starts with letter on the card, so that students get exposure to letter sounds as well.
They would be the perfect addition to your alphabet or writing centers this winter. Since they are super simple to prep, you can have them ready in no time.
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Low Prep Winter Alphabet Activity!
These winter letter tracing task cards are so easy to prep! Just print it out and cut the cards apart. Then laminate them so students can use dry erase markers to practice writing. Or you could keep four cards to a page and slide them into wipe and write pockets for even quicker prep.
Lastly, add them to task card boxes or bags, include a dry-erase marker and this snowman letter tracing activity will be ready for use.
Setting Up the Alphabet Letter Tracing Cards
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- Snowman Letter Tracing Cards (button to download at the bottom of this post)
- Dry erase markers
- Write and wipe pockets
- Print the letter tracing cards.
- Cut the cards apart and laminate them. Or slide a whole sheet into write and wipe pockets for even quicker prep.
- Gather dry erase markers and store everything in a photo box or a zippered mesh bag for easy access.
Utilizing the Alphabet Letter Tracing Activity
Additionally, these cards are very simple to use. Students will take a card from the pile and trace the uppercase and lowercase letters on the card. Then, they will say the word pictured. If you would like them to say the sound the letter makes, they can do that too.
Each card features a picture that is easy to identify and gives the child another tool to use to remember the sound the letter makes. Example: a, /a/, apple.
More Ways to Use the Alphabet Cards
This alphabet activity provides students with three different forms of exposure to the same letter. That is very beneficial for students just learning letters or students that are struggling to learn them.
To add more fine motor skills practice to this letter tracing activity, have students write the letter on a sheet of paper after using each card, so you have a record of the letter cards they worked on and they get practice writing the letter without a tracing guide.
Overall, these winter letter tracing task cards will have huge benefits in your classroom and won’t take you forever to prep! Hit the button below to get free access to this helpful resource!
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