Are you teaching a preschooler or Kindergartner the letter G? Here is an easy worksheet that provides handwriting practice for preschool age kids as you teach the alphabet.
Are you looking for more letter G activities for kids? We have tons of them here! Look for a collecction of ideas (with links) at the end of this post.
You Will Need:
- Handwriting Printable for Kids: G is for Goat <<——- click to print
- Alphabet Flip Book, optional
Print out the worksheet and grab a pencil.
Also, grab your alphabet flip book. (Click the link above to find out how to make your own. Super easy!!)
Find the G in the flip book. Talk about the letter G.
What sound does the letter G make?
How many things can you think of that start with the letter G?
Have your child trace the big G and little g with his/her finger.
There are arrows they can follow when tracing.
Now it is time to do the tracing.
Have your preschooler trace all of the big G’s.
Then they can trace all of the little g’s.
Then the third row alternates big G and little g.
The last row is blank for independent practice.
You can spread the work out over a few days if you want. Matthew does not like to do all of the tracing in one day.
And there you have it. An easy worksheet as you learn the letter G!
Looking for more ways to learn at home. Here is our collection of letter G activities for kids.
More Letter G Activities for Kids
- Letter of the Week Craft: G is for Goat
- Preschool Letter Worksheets (Do a Dots): G is for Goat
- 20 Books Children Must Read: Letter G
- Letter G Snack
- How to Make an Alphabet Flip Book