Handwriting can be a tricky thing and something you work a lot on. You can work on ABCs, numbers, shapes, and more.
Well, today I have something to help with handwriting for numbers.
These free number tracing cards are great for working the digit numbers that kids might start working on alongside their ABCs tracing.
Another fun way to work on numbers.
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. It will be in the number section.
These cards are very simple and easy to use. There are two types of cards. I recommend printing on cardstock and laminating these so you can use them over and over.
The first card is just the number to trace. It has numbers from 1 to 31. It is something you could use monthly with a calendar to trace today’s number. There are 6 cards per page.
The second set of cards has a string to beads that match the number. These also go from 1 t 31. You will find 4 cards on each page.
Things to use with the tracing card printbles
There are just a few of the items we use with these cards. You can see how some of them are used below.
- color cardstock
- white cardstock
- laminating pouches
- 1 inch ring
- dry erase markers
- hole punch
- wood beads
- black pipe cleaners
Ways to use the Number Tracing Cards
I love using colored cardstock for black and white printables. This is super easy to do with these tracing cards. I print the just numbers on colored cardstock and put in it on a 1 inch ring. You can pick their favorite color to print them on. Or you can put a different color for each of the seasons.
Once you have the cards that you like trace the numbers with dry erase markers. I love how easy they are to use and still see the dotted line for the number.
Now after they have traced a few numbers. Pull out some q-tips and have them use the q-tip to erase the line. It is a great way to change up the fine motor work.
For the bead themed cards, they are great for tracing but you can also add in some counting at the same time. You can pull out some wood beads and a pipe cleaner and then have them match the beads on the card. You work on tracing the number and fine motor work with the beads.
Another fun ideas are to use the cards as a playdough mat! You can make mini snakes and place them on the lines. You are still working on
You can also pull out mini erasers and put them on the lines. You can change this up for the season.
What you will find in the free Number Tracing Cards
- Numbers 1 to 31
- Tracing just numbers
- Tracing with matching number picture
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