Is the letter r your letter of the week? Teach your preschooler or kindergartner about the letter r with these free printable tracing worksheets! Pick from four different letter r tracing worksheet printables and download them for free – no email address required.
This set of tracing worksheets includes four different pages to help your child develop their letter r recognition abilities and fine motor skills.
Tracing letters can help your child learn them more quickly than reading alone. Additionally, tracing builds confidence in independent writing abilities. You can use the worksheets individually or as part of your alphabet learning curriculum with the other free printable alphabet tracing worksheets in the series.
R is for Rabbit tracing worksheets
R is for rabbit with this set of tracing worksheet printables.
All four worksheets feature dotted uppercase and lowercase r’s to trace. Two also have a rabbit to color and the text “Rr Rabbit” One printable has correct letter formation graphics for capital and lowercase r. The final worksheet has six lines of letter tracing r tracing practice.
Just like artists frequently do warmup drawings, the rabbit to color can serve as a warmup for your child. Once they’re warmed up and ready to go, they can move on to the lines of letter tracing.
Like all free preschool printables on the site, these printables are available for personal and classroom use. You may print and use them as many times as you’d like with your own children, therapy clients, or students.
You are not licensed to alter or charge for the files or redistribute them to other adults for use with their children or students. Please send your friends and coworkers to this post so they can download their own copies.
Save valuable time when you get 106 printable alphabet tracing worksheets in one handy file! You will receive 4 pages per letter and two bonus handwriting practice pages for one low price. (Keep scrolling just a touch more to access the individual free letter p download links.)
How to use preschool printables
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Children learn through repetition. As I’m sure you’ve noticed, they also really enjoy repetition.
A 2011 study demonstrated that young children learned new words more effectively when read the same story over and over again when compared to a group of their peers who hear the same set of words in multiple different stories. Hopefully that helps you feel bit better about reading the same story book ten times a day!
Your child is unlikely to master the letter r the first time they sit down to trace the letter. Instead, they will need repeated exposure and plenty of practice.
Instead of using all your ink and paper printing a huge stack of worksheets, I recommend laminating the tracing worksheets or placing them in dry erase pockets. This allows you to use the same printouts again and again without wasting time and resources printing the same page repeatedly.
Have your child trace the letters with a marker, then wipe the page clean to use it again. You can even store the pages for use again another year!
Your child may also enjoy erasing the pages – my daughter does. Erasing provides even more opportunities for developing motor skills and hand-eye coordination, so it’s great if you can get your child to wipe the pages off.