Practice writing capital and lowercase letter e with these free letter E tracing worksheets. Perfect for young children in preschool, kindergarten, and first grade!
Learning how to write each letter takes time and practice. These printable letter E tracing worksheets are fun and educational.
As your kids write each letter, they can also color in the images found on each worksheet!
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How to Print
- Click the buttom below the image of the worksheet to bring up a PDF version. Each printable fits a standard 8 ½ by 11 inch piece of paper.
Pro Tip: To make these pages reusable, laminate the set or place them inside of clear plastic sleeves. Then use dry erase crayons or markers to write on the plastic!
Before using these tracing worksheets with your kids, make sure they know how to properly form the letter E.
These letter formation cards are great to use along with these worksheets!
Letter E Tracing
Fun worksheets for young leaners. This collection includes five different printable sheets. E is for Earth, eagle, egg, and elephant!
On the first worksheet your kids can practice tracing a large capital E and lowercase e before tracing the small versions. Arrows, guidelines, and numbers help remind young learners how to properly form letter e!
Perfect for beginners, the next worksheet has boxes instead of lines. Young kids can practice writing over the traceable letters then write their own in the blank boxes. To go along with the letters, there are two black and white spotted eggs for your kids to color!
Soaring high in the sky, this worksheet features an eagle. For practice your little ones can trace the letters on the worksheet then write their own on the lines. Both capital and lowercase e are featured on this page.
E is for elephant with the free letter tracing worksheet. There are plenty of capital E's and lowercase e's for your children to practice tracing. A great way to use this sheet is to cut it in half. One day they can trace the capital letters and the next day the lowercase ones!
The last worksheet features planet Earth. Your children can trace then write the letters on the provided lines. Then color in the Earth at the bottom of the page. Coloring is a wonderful pre-writintg skill. Plus coloring is just plain fun!
It would be fun to add a background to go along with the Earth. Stars, the moon, or even a large sun!
Learning about the letter E? You can find an additional bald eagle coloring page within the Realistic Bird Coloring Page Collection.
Pair these worksheets with letter flashcards. Simply print off the set then cut them out. You can practice writing different words together. Another fun way is to hunt for items that begin with the letter E outside.
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These worksheets were created by Nature Inspired Learning and are for personal use only for your home, classroom, or public library. All of these free letter tracing printables are for non-commercial use. See full disclosure.