Tracing numbers is one way for your kids to develop their writing and drawing skills. It takes a long time and lots of practice before they can do it correctly. As parents, we can help them focus on holding a pencil or staying within the paper’s lines. All parents should urge their children to continuously practice forming letters and shapes to improve their handwriting and their muscle memory. Being overly prepared as I usually am when it comes to my daughter, I made these practice number pages from 0 to 10.
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Number Practice Makes Perfect
If your kids are having a hard time with handwriting and letter formation, tracer pages can help you and your child with less of a headache. This is good practice for preschoolers and kindergartens. By first grade, children are expected to have fair control of their numbers and words. These free tracing pages will give them a great start. I left an empty lined page free in between each number for them to practice. The lettering quality had to be reduced because I created some of these via my laptop that didn’t have enough storage space, but it’s not very noticeable. It will not impact the benefit of these versatile tracer pages.
Most children learn to write and draw through mindful tracing. When they are tracing, their muscle memory is in action, which means that they can write simple words or draw basic shapes without thinking about the letters and lines. Also, your kiddos will have fun while they improve their dexterity, spatial awareness, and hand and eye coordination.
Zero (0) to Ten (10) Tracer Sheets
All pages are standard US letter size but you can also print as A4, check your specific printer for advance options.
In addition to printing, you can right-click and Save As onto your computer and choose from other options from there. You can also find the pdf file here. Print these tracing sheets as many times as you like. There are goats next to each number, kids will find them helpful if they want to count them or color with them.
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