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Tracing by number worksheets are great practice for preschoolers and kindergarteners because they help with number recognition and fine motor control.
Use these for homeschooling or extra practice at home!
Number tracing practice sheets
Color and trace the numbers 1-10
Practice tracing, reading, coloring, and counting all on one worksheet.
Number tracing worksheets for preschoolers
If your child is in pre-k, the full-page sheets may seem a little intimidating at first. These are great starter pages because they focus on one number at a time and there aren’t as many on the page.
Tracing and counting practice
Number tracing 1-50
One number per page for 1-50 (just tracing!)
Individual number tracing sheets 1-30 (full page)
Tips for using these worksheets
- Start small. Depending on your child’s age, you may want to start with just one or two sheets at first and slowly build up the amount of time they spend practicing their numbers.
- Make it a game. Turn tracing into a fun game or challenge. You could time them and encourage them to “race” the clock or introduce small rewards for completed sheets (maybe a sticker chart?).
- Use vibrant colors. Bright, colorful markers or crayons can make tracing more visually appealing and fun. Let your child choose their favorite colors to use.
- Laminate to save on ink and paper. You may want to consider laminating the sheets. Self-laminating sheets make this very easy to do and you can use them over and over again without having to print multiple times.
- Repetition is key. The more your child practices tracing numbers and writing them out, the easier it’ll become for them.
- Encourage them! A little encouragement goes a long way.