I know people are always looking for tracing activities. And this big number tracing activity is great for younger kids just starting to work on tracing.
These are simple handwriting pages that help kids are something you can use to work up to the number tracing cards.
I really love that because they are so big they are flexible in how you use them.
This printable is a part of my subscriber library. You can click here to subscribe to get access to the page. You will find the printable in the number section on the subscriber freebie page.
Each of these pages has just one number. And it is a BIG number for them to trace. It takes up most of the page so they have an easy time with the tracing. You can print them on
colored paper or white paper.
Things to use with the number handwriting pages
- copy paper
- colored paper
- white cardstock
- colored pencils
- sheet protectors
- dry erase markers
- unifix cubes
- mini erasers
Ways to use these Number Handwriting Practice Pages
If you want to reuse the pages over and over put them in a sheet protector or laminate them. Then you can use dry erase markers to trace the numbers. You can store these pages in a binder and let them trace all the numbers or pull out the numbers you need one at a time.
You can also do the same activity as above but then count out items to match the number you trace. This could be done on any of the pages!
You could also use these pages as a playdough mat. They can make playdough snakes to cover the lines. An easy and simple way to change up the pages.
What you will find in the free Number Tracing Cards
- Numbers 1 to 31
- Single number on each page
- 31 pages of printables
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