Did you know that handwriting practice for kids helps with many levels of learning?
When learning the alphabet and practicing on paper, your preschooler builds their fine motor skills for writing and holding a pencil and it also teaches proper letter formation.
As you know, we have an awesome series on this site of letter of the week activities for kids where we do a craft for each letter. We also offer do a dot printable pages for each letter, snack ideas and books list suggestions. Links to all of these activities is included at the end of this post.
Today let’s focus on practicing writing the letter Cc.
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You Will Need:
- C is for Car HANDWRITING PAGE <<——- SCROLL TO THE BOTTOM TO PRINT
- Alphabet Flip Book, optional
Print our your worksheet above.
Grab your alphabet flip book.
Let’s talk about the letter- how to say it, what it looks like, the sound it makes and things that start with this letter.
Now grab your printable and have your child use their index finger to trace the big C and little c.
There are steps and arrows that show them how to properly trace the letters.
Next they can start tracing the letter with their pencil.
There is a row of big C’s.
There is a row of little c’s.
There is a row of alternating little and big.
There is also a blank row where they can work to independently make the letters by themselves.
And there you have it.
This is how you utilize these worksheets to explore handwriting for kids!