10 FREE Printable Handwriting Practice Sheets (2024)

Looking for handwriting practice worksheets?

I have 10 FREE handwriting practice activities that your kids will enjoy doing. I have many different options for writing letters, numbers, shapes, and lines!

Let’s get started with my handwriting practice sheets!


#1: Alphabet Handwriting Worksheets

This set of free handwriting practice worksheets is wonderful for kids to practice writing the alphabet.

Letters A-Z are available in this free handwriting practice pack!

How to do this activity

A. Materials you need

  • free worksheets
  • pencil
  • dry erase pockets (optional)
  • dry erase marker

Click HERE for your Free Alphabet Writing Printable

B. Set-up

Print off the sheets you want to practice. I recommend choosing one or two pages at a time.

C. Activity

Kids can either practice writing the letters with a pencil or you can place the worksheet in a dry-erase pocket so you can reuse it again!

The kids will practice tracing each letter first. Then, they will make the upper and lower case letter!

RELATED: Alphabet Activities for Preschoolers


#2: Number Handwriting Practice

This set of number handwriting practice sheets is wonderful!

Kids will love coloring in the pictures on each page. Grab this free practice sheet for numbers 1-10.

free number writing printables

How to do this activity

A. Materials you need

  • free number worksheets
  • crayons
  • markers
  • pencil
Click HERE for your free Number Handwriting Practice Sheets

B. Set-up

Print off the sheets you want to review with your kids. I would suggest working on one or two at a time.

C. Activity

Have the kids trace the number following the correct form. There are small numbers listed inside each number so kids can follow along with the correct way to make each number.

Then, they will create the number a few times on each line provided below.

Lastly, they will color the pictures. What a fun way to practice handwriting skills.


#3: Free Ocean Learning Pack

This group of ocean-themed activities is great for handwriting practice!

Kids will practice tracing lines, scissor skills, coloring, and graphing!

How to do this activity

A. Materials you need

  • crayons
  • pencil
  • scissors
Click HERE for your free ocean animal learning pack

B. Set-up

Print off the sheets you want to use with your kids!

C. Activity

By practicing all of the skills in this pack, kids will be able to work on building their handwriting skills.

Encourage your child to try to stay in the lines while they are coloring, cut close to the line when they are using scissors, and when tracing, take their time to stay as close to the lines as possible.

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#4: Free Alphabet Mats

These handwriting practice sheets are wonderful for preschoolers or toddlers who show interest in handwriting skills!

There are so many different supplies that can be used to build each letter. This is a great activity to do to learn how to form each letter.

How to do this activity

A. Materials you need

  • free letter mats
  • pencil
  • play dough
  • pipe cleaners
  • poms
  • buttons
  • marshmallows
  • laminator (optional)
Click HERE for your free alphabet mats

B. Set-up

Print off the letter mats that you want the kids to work on.

An optional thing you can do with these mats is to laminate them so they can be used over and over! If you are in a classroom, this would be a wonderful resource for you!

C. Activity

Gather the supplies you want the kids to use to create each letter!

Choose a letter and have the kids tell you which one it is. Then, show them the numbers on letter, the numbers are there to indicate the order of how you form each letter.

Have them use the supplies to create each letter the correct way!

RELATED: Letter Crafts for Kids


#5: Silly Sentences

I have a handwriting practice activity that is perfect for your older child!

If you have a kiddo who is already writing well, have them try this fun silly sentence activity out!

How to do this activity

A. Materials you need

  • silly sentence worksheets/images
  • pencil
  • scissors
  • baskets (optional)
Click HERE for your Free Silly Sentences Images

B. Set-up

Print off the silly sentence images and cut them out. I separated them into containers labeled who, what, and where.

These labels are also provided!

C. Activity

Have your kids pick out an image for who, what, and where.

Print off my silly sentence line worksheets so the kids can write their sentences.

Click HERE to grab your FREE silly sentence handwriting practice line worksheets.

Then, they will create a sentence based on what they chose! For example, for the photo above, the sentence would say, “The angry dinosaur went ice skating at my house.”

What a fun way for kids to practice handwriting! This is also a great way transition for kids to learn how to write in full sentences!


#6: Shape Tracing Printables

Tracing shapes is a great way to start learning how to write! These worksheets are perfect for handwriting practice.

I love the colorful cheetah worksheet too! It’s adorable.

How to do this activity

A. Materials you need

  • markers
  • pencil
  • free worksheets
Click HERE to grab your free shape handwriting practice worksheets

B. Set-up

Print off the sheets you want to practice and grab your writing materials.

C. Activity

The kids will practice tracing circles, squares, rectangles, triangles, hearts, stars, hexagons, octagons, and diamonds.

There are a few different sheets in this freebie pack! Use a marker to trace or a pencil to work on building those handwriting skills.

RELATED: Shape Activities for Preschoolers


#7: Alphabet Q-tip Writing

Try this fun and different way to practice handwriting and build fine motor skills!

This handwriting practice activity will be a hit with younger kids who are just learning how to write.

How to do this activity

A. Materials you need

  • Q-tips
  • paint
  • free Q-tip letters printable
  • marker or pencil
Click HERE for your FREE Q-tip activity pack

B. Set-up

Print off the sheets you want to complete. I suggest choosing 1-2 to do each time you want to do this activity.

C. Activity

Have the kids dip their Q-tip into paint fill in the dots to complete each letter. They will follow the correct form to make the letters by looking at the numbers located on the upper and lower case letters.

Using the Q-tips helps build fine motor skills, which will help their handwriting skills.

Then, they can trace each letter at the bottom using a marker or a pencil.

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#8: Free All About Me Book

This All About Me book is an adorable keepsake to do each year! This handwriting practice book couldn’t be more fun for kids to create.

Kids can practice writing skills, drawing, and coloring.

How to do this activity

A. Materials you need

  • Free All About Me Book
  • markers
  • crayons
  • pencil
Click HERE for your free All About Me Book

B. Set-up

Print off the pages of the book! Check out the video below to see what’s inside!

YouTube video

C. Activity

Have the kids complete each page! Once they are done, you can staple the papers together to create a keepsake book.

This is an adorable activity to do at the beginning or end of the school year.

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#9: Color Learning Pack

This color-learning handwriting practice pack is TOO much fun! Practice handwriting, tracing, coloring, cutting and pasting.

My kids loved doing this interactive worksheet to practice their colors.

How to do this activity

A. Materials you need

  • free color learning pack
  • pencil
  • markers
  • crayons
Click HERE for your FREE color learning pack

B. Set-up

Print off the pages you want your child to complete. I have the colors red, blue, yellow, green, orange, purple, and pink.

C. Activity

Have the kids complete each activity. Encourage them to trace the lines as closely as they can.

Then, practice writing the color word, color the pictures, and cut and paste the word back together in the last activity.

RELATED: How to teach your Toddler Colors


#10: Weather Tracing Printables

This weather tracing activity set will be a hit for handwriting practice!

Practice tracing lines, circles, a rainbow, and more! This is great for a weather unit.

How to do this activity

A. Materials you need

  • weather learning printables
  • markers
  • pencil
Click HERE for your free weather tracing pack

B. Set-up

Print off the pages you’d like your child to complete!

C. Activity

Have your kids practice tracing with this fun activity pack. They will practice tracing rain, making circles for snow, drawing a sunshine, lightening bolts, and a rainbow!

The kids can use markers to complete each activity or use a pencil.

RELATED: Rainbow Crafts for Kids


Final Thoughts and Conclusion

I hope you found some handwriting practice sheets that you can use with your kids at home or in the classroom to build their handwriting skills.

These worksheets make handwriting practice fun for the kids to learn!

Please let me know if you have tried any of these ideas. I’d love to hear how it went.

Happy Writing!

Deena

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