26 Free Handwriting Worksheets For Kids -Easy Download!

We have Handwriting Worksheets for Kids!  I am excited to add a new bundle of helpfulness and fun!


When teaching a child to write correctly, make sure you first teach the student how to hold a pencil correctly!

Here is what the Handwriting Worksheets for Kids look like.  By downloading these worksheets you will receive the ENTIRE ALPHABET in one download!  Also, if you would like to know how to open (and do) these Handwriting Worksheets on an ipad, try this trick:    Or, if you want a handwriting app, i like this app.  It has pre-writing things you can trace – lines, circles, etc.  It also has the letters and the numbers. One thing to keep in mind, though, is that while it is important to help teach a child how to write the letters correctly, it is equally important that you have your child physically practice writing with a pencil and practice correct pencil grip because so many children are getting to school and not knowing how to hold a pencil because they are just using their finger on a tablet.  The tool I recommend using to help teach correct pencil grip is below.
  How to hold a pencil

To get this download, enter in your information in the form below. You will be added to our email list where you will find out about more fun things like more freebies!  If you have any trouble with your Handwriting Worksheets for Kids, contact me at [email protected] and let me know that you are having trouble with the “Handwriting Worksheets for Kids”  (We have many free downloads and I will know that this is the packet you are looking for).

Handwriting Worksheets for Kids
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We also have the following Handwriting Worksheets for Kids available on our site.

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16 Comments

  1. I am trying to download your handwriting/printing worksheet of the lower case letters. It is the one where the first line shows the correct formation, the second line has the dotted lines, and the third, fourth, and fifth lines are blank. However, when I click on it, it goes to Pinterest. Then when I click on it, it goes back to your site, and so the cycle continues. Can you tell me how I can download this particular worksheet? I’m hoping to get the whole alphabet in this format.
    Thank you!

    1. Hi there,
      Yes, I can help you. I will send you an email too… Anyway, I think what is happening is that when click on the picture that you want, you are also clicking on the pinterest button to pin that image… if you click on the picture a little bit further down (not in the right top corner of the image), it should take you to the page you want. Then when you get to the page you want, about 1/2 to 3/4 toward the bottom of that post there is a place you can enter your email address and the sheets will be mailed to you. Hope this helps. I’ll send you an email too…

      1. Hi there, It looks like you are trying to get our free download. To get your freebie you enter your email into the light blue box on the page. I WILL DO THAT FOR YOU NOW. Then…. check your spam folder…sometimes things go there. The freebie has a subject of “Here is your free download!” …Inside that email there is a link. That link, if you click on it, the download will either popup in a new tab or download into your download folder. Sometimes that link does not come hyperlinked. If that happens you have to copy/paste the link into a new browser tab and it will then open for you. If you have trouble with this, though, send me an email ([email protected]) and I will help you!

  2. I’m a teacher by profession and need assistance in handwriting activities for my children. I’m teaching grade 1

    1. Great! Did you get the free handwriting sheets? I will do that for you now…be on the lookout for the email with the freebie. If you don’t see it, check your spam/promotions box. The freebie has the subjection “Here is your free download” it contains a link that you click on. If you don’t see the link, you may have to copy/paste it into a browser (sometimes email systems remove the link)…. You can respond here or email me at [email protected] if you have trouble…. I will enter your name/email now for the handwriting sheets!

  3. My child started to go to school and she is the only one who can’t quite write yet!! Glad to find this, hope it will help her!

  4. This is amazing. Please provide me with the download for upper and lower traceable letters.

    Kindest regards,

    Effie

    1. Hi there,
      I think you were looking for some free resources on my site but were having some trouble. I just entered your email so you should get the download.
      1) Check Spam – sometimes things go there.
      2) Subject is “Here is your free download” – there is a link inside. Sometimes that link is not hyperlinked…you may have to…
      3) copy/paste the hyperlink for the download. It should open or download into your download folder
      4) If you have trouble, write me at [email protected] (forward me the freebie email because I don’t know which freebie you wanted).

      Thanks! Have fun!
      Meeghan

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