Free Letter G Tracing Worksheets that Sparkle!

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Are you looking for free letter g tracing worksheets with fun designs?

Below you'll find worksheets for upper case and lower case writing practice. 

All our worksheets are designed by a children's illustrator, and a teacher/psychologist...they're all free because we're committed to closing the equality gap in children's education.

Interesting pictures make it all more fun for children. Time to make the worksheet part of learning grab their attention. Say no to boring text and yes to bright fun images!

This worksheet is designed to add a little bit more to your child's experience... a smile and a sense of engaging. We design images that they will naturally feel a connection with.

To download, click on the worksheets below. 

Now you've done some tracing, what's next?

When it comes to learning the alphabet, you probably sing, watch videos, play games, do worksheets and activities…  Some of my favourite videos include stories centred around a letter. 

What else can you do to encourage your children to understand the alphabet? A game of I spy with my little eye? Draw on the sand? Draw on your child’s back and they draw the same on paper?

Facilitating growth

If you can, try putting yourself in their little shoes... put yourself in a place to get a better understanding in advance. Can you write a complex Chinese characters (new like this is new to them) and write with your non-dominant hand (so you have less developed motor skills like them)?

I’m sure you know this and embody this in your approach already… but I never tire of hearing it… The only mistake is not trying. The very fact that they are trying is praise-worthy and a victory in itself!

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.

We appreciate that schools around the world all work in different ways, at different paces, and do things in different orders. We acknowledge that many different ways of learning can work well, different approaches being more suitable in different cultures and contexts.  We believe that sooner is not better than later, and faster is not better than slower. We wish to support everyone in the way they work so if you work differently and we can help, please do get in touch.