Free letter A tracing worksheets to practice writing capital and lowercase letter A. Several different designs all featuring the first letter of the alphabet.
When learning to write, young children benefit from practicing writing each of the letters of the alphabet. These tracing worksheets make practicing the letter A fun!
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Before using these tracing worksheets with your kids, make sure they know how to properly form the letter A.
These letter formation cards are great to use along with these worksheets!
Many children benefit from having a visual nearby to reference. Especially if they are just leaning to write each of the letters.
If exploring the letter a make sure to check out these additional Letter A Worksheets!
How to Print
- Simply click the button below the image to bring up a PDF version
- Each page fits a standard 8 ½ by 11 inch piece of paper.
- If your child is just starting to practice writing letters, you can cut each worksheet in half. One day they can work on capital letter A and another day they can practice lowercase letter a.
- Coloring is another wonderful way to practice fine motor skills. As your child practices writing each letter they can even color in the image.
- With young children, you can start with crayons or markers then work your way up to using a pencil.
- Learning how to properly write each letter takes time and energy.
- Kids can even go over each of the letters using their finger. As they trace, make sure they are starting in the correct spot and forming them correctly.
A great way to save on paper is to print off one of each sheet. Then slide the printable into a plastic sleeve. Your child can then write on the plastic using a dry erase marker or even dry erase crayons.
Once complete, the marker (or crayon) can be wiped off and you can use the sheet again as many times as you would like!
Letter A Tracing Worksheets
Several worksheets have an image of an animal or plant that starts with the letter A. Your kids can color in the apple, alligator, acorn, and armadillo. A fun way to incorporate the nature while practicing penmanship!
The first sheet has a guide to show kids how to properly write capital A and lowercase letter a. The other sheets have large letters written across the top in bold.
As your kids practice tracing each letter A within the boxes, they can then write their own letters within the blank boxes. After they write, kids will love coloring in the large acorn!
On this worksheet your kids can color in the armadillo after they practice tracing and writing. There is room for your child to practice writing their own capital and lowercase letter A's on the blank lines.
Featuring a large alligator, your kids will enjoy coloring in the image along with tracing each letter A. Two sets of capital letter A's and two sets of lowercase letter a's for your child to trace!
You can't learn about the letter a without thinking about apples! Perfect for fall or anytime of year this worksheet has a large image of an apple with an apple slice for your kids to color. Capital and lowercase letter a can be written on the lines then the word apple!
Learning about the letter A, make sure to check out these additional activities! Great for preschool, kindergarten, and elementary aged kids.
Any of these activities can be used when studying the letter A with your kids. Perfect for a themed unit or week.
These printables were created by Nature Inspired Learning and are for personal use only for your home, classroom, or public library. All of these letter A tracing worksheets are for non-commercial use. See full disclosure.