Letter F Tracing Worksheets - Free, Quality, and PDF

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Are you looking for decent-quality letter F tracing worksheets to help your children practice forming the letter F?

You can practice the lower case or the capital letter version below. 

These free PDF worksheets, which is most likely to be used in preschool, Pre-K or Kindergarten, look to add a little something extra to the child's experience... a smile and a sense of engaging. We have designed images that aim to connect. 

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All our worksheets are designed by a professional children's illustrator and a former teacher who are passionate about children's education...they're all free because we care about creating a quality learning experience for all... especially in schools with less funding, and families with less disposable income.

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Learning all about the letter F? 

What else have you tried to help your kids become familiar with the letter F? Have you tried some fun games? Songs? Activities? 

During my time as a teacher I enjoyed playing games, learning games from other teachers and making up games and variations of games and trying them out. One fun alphabet game involved me singing the ABC song at different paces, and my students either dancing and sitting down when they heard the letter, or freezing when they hear it. I would change the letter each time, but usually focusing on the letter/letters we were learning that day more than others.

There are so many variations of this. Can they sing the song and you sit down? Giving a child the teacher role for a little bit always made for some extra fun in learning.

Maybe introducing new variations of the ABC song (there's loads on youtube) and pressing pause to stop the song on a letter? Then they could sit on a letter (flashcards on the floor?), or pick up a letter (alphabet shapes scattered around?).

When I was teaching kids who were 4-5 years old an alphabet lesson lasted 20-30 mins. If you're teaching your child at home I'd recommend 20 minutes and putting 4 maybe 5 different games or activities in there, with little drink breaks.

I would never lead with a worksheet :-) A fun game, a break, another game maybe with a song, a break, then a slower more thoughtful game perhaps, then grabbing some nice colors and doing the worksheet so we can stick it up on the wall or show mummy.

Did you create any variations of the games here? How did you use the worksheet in a fun way? 

Paper Saving Tip

How about laminating these worksheets so you can use them again and again? Simply use a dry-erase marker and wipe off after use with a wet cloth. Great for the classroom, home-schooling, or for lots of practice at home.

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