These Tracing Back to School Preschool Worksheets are perfect for practicing pre-writing, handwriting, and fine motor skills with a fun back to school apple theme. Grab your preschool worksheets today!
I can’t wait to share these new Free Printable Tracing Back to School Preschool Worksheets with you! These fun new printables are perfect for the first day back to school with your preschool learners.
There are so many excellent early learning skills they can practice with back to school preschool tracing worksheets. Plus, they’re going to love decorating these adorable apples.
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Keep reading to learn more about how you can use these preschool worksheets at home or in the classroom to encourage early handwriting, fine motor skills, and get students engaged in distance learning too.
Then, get your very own back to school preschool tracing worksheets to get started learning about handwriting and apples today.
Build handwriting skills with preschool tracing worksheets
These no-prep printable back to school worksheets will help your preschoolers practice fine motor and pre-writing skills. Little learners with strong fine motor skills are able to grip a pencil properly. They also develop strong finger muscles needed for forming letters with a pencil.
Prewriting focuses on being able to form the shapes and pen strokes needed to write most letters. These fun apple-themed preschool worksheets will help your early learners develop excellent prewriting skills for better handwriting when they’re older.
These tracing pages will give your preschoolers the opportunity to practice the following skill important for proper penmanship:
- Strong finger muscles
- Proper pencil grip & pincher grasp
- Prewriting strokes used to form letters
Use back to school tracing activities in your distance learning classroom
These adorable apple tracing worksheets are perfect for homeschoolers and parents wishing to help their children develop stronger handwriting skills. They’re also perfect for teachers to use in the classroom this year. In a distance learning setting, tracing worksheets can be used to keep students engaged in the lesson.
Print and complete your own version of these back to school preschool tracing worksheets. Then, share your screen with your students to show them how to properly form the shapes and lines too. It’s a great way to get shy children engaged in the distance learning setting that can feel overwhelming for many preschoolers.
Make an apple tree bulletin board for your classroom
Use these free printable apple tracing worksheets to create an adorable apple tree bulletin board for your classroom or homeschool.
Your little learners can work together to make the tree and leaves from cardstock. After that, it’s time to trace and color their apples then cut them out. When everyone’s finished, don’t forget to add them to your classroom apple tree.
This is a wonderful fine motor skills activity to do during the first week of school or even your next apple thematic study. Either way, your preschoolers will have so much fun decorating their apples, they won’t even notice they’re practicing important early learning skills at the same time.
Looking for even more apple fun? Don’t forget to add paper plate apple crafts to your list! Grab some paper plates, paint them red or green, and then add cardstock leaves and stems for a quick and easy apple-themed painting for kids activity.
Apple themed tracing pages are perfect for a Fall themed unit study
You can use these fun back to school tracing worksheets for preschoolers at home this Fall as part of a homeschool unit study all about apples. Once you’ve completed these adorable apple themed worksheets, try some of my other fun apple activities with your preschool learners this Fall:
- Fall Directed Drawing Worksheets – These pages are perfect for getting creative in the classroom or at home with your preschoolers this Fall.
- Apple Stamp Art – Cut open some apples and get out the finger paint. You’ll have lots of fun doing this process art experiment with your preschool kids.
- Fall Apple Picking Printables – A fun way to practice early math skills like number recognition and number identification with your preschool learners.
- Go Apple Picking – A field trip to the orchard can be an exciting way to learn more about apples. And of course, don’t forget to check out our other fun orchard-themed activities.
- Make Applesauce Together – It’s easy and delicious! You can make lots of memories while learning about math and science in the kitchen as you create this tasty treat.
- Read Johnny Appleseed: The Story of a Legend* by Bill Moses – Reading aloud with young children is the perfect way to instill a love of reading and learning in your preschool learners.
Don’t forget to get your back to school preschool tracing worksheets and start practicing handwriting skills as you explore apples with your preschool children.
Tracing Back to School Preschool Worksheets
Adorable back to school apple clip art makes these worksheets lots of fun for your preschoolers and kindergartners.
Grab your free printable back to school tracing worksheets today!
Keep in mind that all preschoolers do things in their own time and on their own terms. What one is ready for, another might not be. Please use your best mama judgement when planning activities for your little kids.
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I hope you enjoy using these apple tracing worksheets with your little kids as much as I loved creating them with mine!
Don’t forget to stop by next week if you’re interested in seeing what we’re up to with our Superheroes theme. And if you missed this year’s preschool homeschool space post, you can check it out here.
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