Whether you’re a classroom teacher, homeschooling parent or hands-on family member, our newest freebie is a must-try.  A follow up to our incredibly popular uppercase letter tracing book, this letter tracing sheets set makes learning how to write lowercase letters super motivating and fun.

We hope you love it as much as we do. On your mark, get set, go!!  When you’re finished, don’t forget to hop on over to our shop and check out our Ultimate Preschool Activity Pack for more alphabet fun!

Getting Ready

To make our letter tracing sheets book, I printed the freebie (available here) and cut apart the pages. I organized the letters in ABC order and slid each one into a 4 x 6 dollar store photo album.

Free printable lowercase letter tracing book. What an awesome busy bag or literacy center for new writers!

Then, I grabbed one of my boys’ Matchbox cars and invited my 4.5 year-old to join me.

Lowercase Letter Tracing

My son’s been playing with our uppercase letter tracing book a lot over the last few weeks so he knew just what to do. He placed the Matchbox car on the road next to the “GO” sign and used the arrow as a guide to drive it along the road.

So cool!! Use these free printables to make a lowercase letter tracing book. What an awesome literacy center or busy bag!

There were a couple of tricky letters like the “d” (above) that required a little intervention on my part. (It can be hard for new writers to know how to form some letters and teaching them how to do it correctly the first time saves save them a ton of frustration later.)

My son caught on quickly though and eagerly whizzed his way through the book. Easy peasy and oh so fun!!

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  1. Hi i’m intan from Malaysia… tq for your fun learning mathod which is vry suitable with my lovely son..thank you so much

    1. Hi Intan! I’m excited our fun learning activities are helpful for time spent with your son. Thank you for your thoughtful note!

  2. The lowercase d should actually start from the round part not the tall line. The lowercase b starts from the tall line then moves into the round part, which is the opposite of the lowercase d.

      1. Awesome! Thanks so much! This resource is amazing and will keep my students excited!

        1. We’re thrilled you like them! We hope you and your students have fun with them!
          Sarah // Playdough to Plato Team

  3. Thank you for the pages. I know the boys in my class are going to love using these!

    1. Thanks, Kelly! They are always a huge win.
      Happy learning!

  4. Thank you so much for this resource! Does it come in uppercase as well?

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