These Easter tracing worksheets were created with toddlers and preschoolers in mind. Have your preschooler take the Easter bunny to his egg while working on their pre-writing skills. See how you can strengthen their fine motor skills below.
Easter Tracing Worksheet
My three year old daughter really enjoyed working on the gingerbread tracing worksheets. I was pleasantly surprised to see her determination in completing the activity and she loved wiping the pocket and tracing it again and again.
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- Dry Erase Pockets (It is definitely worth having a set of these. You will save on paper costs (and the environment) by not having to keep printing out multi-use worksheets.)
- Dry Erase Markers
- You could also laminate the pages instead (as you will see below)
- Binger Rings (I didn’t use binder rings.)
The pictured activity below is of the gingerbread tracing sheet. But you could substitute the Easter one in the pocket and have your child use it the same way.
If you don’t want to re-use it then have your child trace the dotted lines with a pencil or crayon.
Some will choose to laminate the sheets and reuse it that way. You could also use a simple page protector (you probably have this at home.)
I varied the pages from easy to hard. Depending on your child’s age print out the pages that are age appropriate. For example a two year old will be able to use the more straight ones while an older child closer to kindergarten can use the more curved one. This activity is great practice for writing in the future.
Download the tracing worksheets here
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