Practice writing letters with these free letter G tracing worksheets. Handwriting practice sheets for preschoolers, kindergarten, and elementary aged kids!
Young children love writing letters. Learning how to write them properly takes time and effort.
Make practicing writing the letter g fun with these free printable worksheets!
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Before using these tracing worksheets with your kids, make sure they know how to properly form the letter G.
These letter formation cards are great to use along with these worksheets!
How to Print
- Click the button below the worksheet to bring up a pdf version
- Each printable fits a standard 8 ½ by 11 inch piece of paper
To reduce ink, you can place a worksheet within a clear plastic sleeve. Then little ones can write over the plastic using dry erase crayons or dry ease markers.
Letter G Tracing
Each worksheet features capital and lowercase letter G that your kids can write over. G is for garden, gecko, grass, and grasshopper! Along with letters, children can color in the image found on each sheet.
On the first worksheet, there is a large capital G and lowercase g for your kids to go over. Within the letters are guidelines arrows, and numbers to show proper letter formation.
On the top of this worksheet there is a cute little grasshopper to color. Then in the boxes below they can practice tracing each letter. Afterwards your child can write their own letter g's in the blank boxes.
On the sheet below, there is plenty of opportunity for your kids to trace the letter t. Both capital and lowercase letters are found on this page. Along with a cute little black and white image of a gecko for them to color in!
If you are looking for a mix of letter tracing along with unguided practice this sheet is for you. Below the set of traceable letters are blank lines that your kids can write the letter g on their own.
It would be cute to add a few bugs or a background to go along with the grass on the top of the page. Use a green crayon to color in the picture!
G is for garden on this cute worksheet for kids. Trace then write both capital and lowercase letter g. Then write over the word garden. On the bottom half of the printable, little ones can color in the picture of the garden!
Looking for additional coloring pages to go along with these worksheets? Check out the reader favorites linked below. Not only is coloring fun, but a wonderful pre-writing activity.
As little ones color they are learning how to hold a writing utensil while practicing fine motor skills!
- Evergreen Tree Coloring Sheets- time to take out all of your green art supplies and decorate some pine trees. Not just for the holiday season, you can have fun coloring in these sheets any time of year.
- Tree Coloring Pages- Deciduous trees are green during the warm months then loose their leaves in the winter. It would be fun to color in these trees using watercolor paint.
- Grasshopper Pictures to Color- Happily jumping from plant to plant, kids love spotting these insects in the garden. Pair these sheets with an insect bingo game for a fun activity.
Ready for more letter tracing? You can find the whole collection of literacy activities all in ones spot!