Are you on the hunt for handwriting practice for preschool aged kids? Search no more because we have an awesome (and free) printable you can use while you’re teaching your little one.
Handwriting for preschoolers does not have to stressful, it can be really fun! What better way than having fun recognizing that I is for ice cream.
This printable allows you to help your young learned trace the the letter I, both capital and lowercase, with his finger. There are numbered steps to help along the way.
Then, there is a line dedicated to tracing the uppercase letter I. Encourage your little one to trace all of the big I’s with his pencil or a crayon or a marker.
Next, trace all of the lowercase letter i’s.
The third row is alternating uppercase and lowercase letters to trace.
Finally, the last row is for them to independently write uppercase and lowercase Ii’s.
Honestly, my youngest is six and his attention span and desire to do busy work like this is limited. We do one or two rows of this work in one sitting. Spread this work out over the course of a couple of days if you need too!
PRINT THIS LETTER I PRINTABLE HERE —> click to print.