These free printable letter g tracing worksheets are a fantastic resource for your pre-k, preschool, or kindergarten student. Use them at home or in your classroom. Four different styles of letter tracing printable with uppercase and lowercase letters are available to download for free in the post – no email signup required!
All four letter g tracing pages are available for individual download so you can pick whichever best suits your needs. Each one features capital and lowercase g’s. Two pages also have a large bubble G and a giraffe to color. One page has correct letter formation graphics for G and g. The final page is just letter tracing practice without additional graphics.
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How to use tracing worksheets for preschool
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Repetition is key to learning. This is true for everyone, but especially true for young children.
Repetition can mean reading the same story 200 times, but it can also mean practicing the same type of movement over and over again. That’s how these letter tracing worksheets can help your child or student master the letter G. Tracing the letter over and over helps strengthen neural pathways and improves the necessary fine motor skills.
It’s very unlikely that your child will instantly become a master at their G’s and g’s after using just one worksheet. That’s why I recommend laminating these printables or placing them in a dry erase pocket.
When the printable is protected, your child can trace the letters with a marker or crayon. After they’re finished, you can wipe the page clean and it’s ready to use again! You can also save the worksheets for another day, or even another year.