Most likely to be used in preschool, kindergarten or home-school, this free Letter N worksheet contains uppercase and lowercase exercises.
Our letter N tracing activity is a fun and easy way to practice how to write. Learning how to form letters can also help your kids deepen and speed up letter recognition. This worksheet is designed to add a little bit extra to the child's experience of forming letters... a smile and a sense of involvement. We purposely designed an image that children connect to.
Whether you're using a worksheet for informal assessments, showing how your kids are getting on to your next teacher, or preparing for elementary school, this worksheet is ideal.
Click on the image to download your PDF for this worksheet below. Enjoy!
When it comes to learning the alphabet, you probably sing songs, watch videos, play games, and do various worksheets and activities...
Some of my favourite videos are the ones that tell a story based on a letter.
What else have you been doing to help your child understand the alphabet? I-Spy? Drawing on a tray of sand?
It can be fun to get hands on. I also found it a lot of fun combining activities, a bit like an obstacle course or circuit training for kids.
Nature and it's links to wellbeing are well established. How about taking the learning to the local park? How could you integrate alphabet learning into a fun trip out? Share your great ideas with other educators in the comments below.
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