Spring Tracing Activities for Pre-K & Kindergarten

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Get ready for springtime math and literacy learning fun with this pack of Spring Tracing Activities for Pre-K & Kindergarten! Your students will be so excited to dive into the season with engaging spring themes like flowers, kites, rainbows, and more. Place the activity pieces in a basket, grab bag, or sensory bin for students to pull and trace the letter, number, word, and more!

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These Spring Tracing Activities for Pre-K & Kindergarten are perfect for working on various math and literacy skills in a hands-on way!

Spring Tracing Activities for Pre-K & Kindergarten

These spring tracing activities will make the perfect addition to your math and literacy centers all season long! Skills covered in this pack include letter recognition, beginning sounds, CVC words, number recognition, shapes, and addition.

Teacher Tip: Make the recording sheets reusable by adding them to a dry erase pocket sleeve. The kids can trace their answers, erase, and trace again for lots of spring-themed learning fun!

Let’s check out some of the activities included!

Skills covered in this pack include letter recognition, beginning sounds, CVC words, number recognition, and addition.

Pull and Trace Letters

Letter recognition and letter writing are important skills in Pre-K and Kindergarten. This Tulip Letter Trace Activity is a versatile way to practice these skills!

Choose the pieces and recording sheet you would like to use and your kids can work on tracing uppercase OR lowercase letters!

Students can work on recognizing and tracing lowercase letters.

Pull and Trace Shapes

Practice 2D shape recognition and tracing shapes with this Rainbow Pull and Trace. It’s a super fun and easy way to introduce and work on shapes!

Your students will have tons of fun picking rainbow cards and tracing the matching shape on the recording sheet.

The rainbow printable provides practice with recognizing and tracing shapes.

Pull and Trace CVC Words

It’s a big deal when kids can start to read words! This Kite CVC Word Trace will have your students recognizing, reading, and tracing CVC words.

To play the game, pick a word kite card and identify the name of the picture on the card. Then, find and trace the word on the recording sheet.

Work on reading and tracing CVC words with these tracing printables.

Pull and Trace Addition

This Flower Garden Pull and Trace is a hands-on way to work on addition within 10 in small groups or centers. Print the equation cards and recording sheet and you’re ready to play!

Students simply choose a wheelbarrow card and solve and trace the equation. This resource pack includes 2 different recording sheets with corresponding cards for working on addition within 5 and addition within 10.

This pack provides practice with addition within 10.

All of the activity pieces come in both color and black and white versions! Save ink by printing them on colored paper for a fun twist.

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