Tracing worksheets are perfect for learning correct letter formation. Kids will need a lot of repetition before they will easily write the letters on their own.
Teach children to write the lowercase letters first. Each of the following worksheets offers kids the chance to trace a specific letter several times. Although it is difficult to see on the small pictures below, each worksheet allows the letter to be traced nine to twelve times. I assure you that once printed, the traceable letters will show up just fine.
Each worksheet also includes a few pictures of items that begin with the same letter, and a small area at the bottom of the page allows the kids to write the letter without tracing.
Once you move on to teaching the Capital letters, teach them in order of difficulty. Start with… E. F, H, I, L and T that all require straight lines. Move on to the curved line letters of B, C, D, G, J, O, P, Q, S and U. Teach the letters with diagonal lines last. They are A, K, M, N, R, V, W, X, Y and Z.