Handwriting worksheets for kindergarten don’t need to be a chore and can actually be fun! Students learn through repetition, but adding some engaging coloring pictures is a great way to keep your students interested. Rainbow writing is also a fantastic way to work on proper letter formation through rote learning. Students trace the letters or numbers several times using a variety of colors to make a cool rainbow effect. I’ve gathered my favorite tried and true FUN handwriting activities for kindergarten students. I hope your kiddos love them too!
Alphabet Picture Tracing Handwriting Worksheets for Kindergarten
These aren’t just your regular handwriting practice worksheets! The Alphabet Trace + Write feature a fresh and fun tracing picture your kiddos will get to trace and color. Students will love getting their crayons, colored pencils, or markers out for this activity!
Rainbow Writing Numbers 1-10 Handwriting Activities for Kindergarten
Colors make everything a bit more bright and cheery! Rainbow writing is one of my absolute FAVORITE handwriting activities for kindergarten. It’s a fun way to practice handwriting through repetition – all you need are crayons or colored pencils. Students write the numbers using each color to make a super cool rainbow effect.
Ice Cream Alphabet Letter Tracing Handwriting Worksheets for Kindergarten
Who doesn’t love ice cream? Adding a fun ice cream theme to this handwriting practice worksheet makes working on letter formation a win-win! Your kiddos will love coloring the fun ice cream truck!
Handwriting activities for kindergarten:
Ice Cream Handwriting Practice
5 New Kindergarten Writing Center Ideas Your Students Will Love
7 Prewriting Skills Activities to Get Your Students Ready for Handwriting
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