If you have penguin obsessed kids, this pack is perfect for them!
Another plus win for you, like most of our Pre-Writing Tracing worksheets, this pack is totally NO-MESS and ‘just click-and-print’!
Well, we already have so much to do in this holiday season right?
Penguin Pre-Writing Tracing
Let me share with you what’s included in this pack. There are several types of lines tracing that are basic strokes for kids, and number tracing as well as words tracing:
- Penguin Horizontal Lines Tracing
- Penguin Vertical Lines Tracing
- Penguin Castle Lines Tracing
- Penguin Diagonal Lines Tracing
- Penguin Zigzag Lines Tracing
- Penguin Curved Lines Tracing
- Penguin Shapes Tracing – Circle, Triangle, Square, Trapezoid, Pentagon, Hexagon
- Penguin Numbers Tracing – Number 1-10
- Penguin Words Tracing – Penguin, Belly, Flipper, Bill, Head
Penguin Horizontal Lines Tracing
Enjoy tracing the horizontal lines, which is the most basic lines.
Penguin Vertical Lines Tracing
Vertical lines make up the letters such as letters ‘B’, ‘L’, ‘I’, and more.
We love to pretend that we are tracing the falling lines when we are doing vertical lines tracing.
Penguin Castle Lines Tracing
This line is a bit tricky, but hey, let’s help the penguins to play with the snowflakes!
Penguin Diagonal Lines Tracing
These are the kind of lines that makes up the letter ‘z’, ‘R’, ‘M’ and more.
Because the lines are short, your little ones will find it easy to trace.
Penguin Zigzag Lines Tracing
As an extension to tracing diagonal lines, you will be doing zigzag lines.
Zigzags are just a combination of 2 diagonal lines together.
Penguin Upward Curve Line Tracing
Tracing curve lines can be challenging.
Just stay on the lines, your kids will be doing fine.
Penguin Downward Curve Line Tracing
These are the lines that make up the letters ‘n’, ‘m’, and more.
Just pretend that the penguins are hopping!
Penguin Vertical Left Curve Line Tracing
Sometimes I find that my kids are struggling with tracing these kinds of lines.
This inspired me to create this tracing practice, and thankfully it helps!
Penguin Vertical Right Curve Line Tracing
These are the lines that make up the letters ‘a’, ‘g’, ‘q’ and more.
Penguin Mixed Curve Line Tracing
Finally, your kids will have fun tracing a combination of curve lines, just for fun!
Penguin Shapes Tracing
Oooh, tracing these fun shapes will be one of the highlights of your kids doing this activity!
Other than pentagon shapes, your kids will also have lots of fun tracing circles, triangles, squares, and more.
Penguin Numbers Tracing
These Penguin numbers tracing are also perfect as a penguin counting mat.
If you have any cubes or penguin mini erasers lying around, let your kids put them on the penguins on these printables while counting them.
Penguin Words Tracing
These Penguin words tracing set are interesting because your kids would have the opportunity to learn about the body parts of penguins while tracing the letters.
No, they don’t have to be able to read yet, but those red arrows would make them curious and it’s perfect to expose them to the penguin vocabulary!
Try Penguin Mini-Tracing Pack
Feel free to try out the Penguin Mini-Tracing pack by clicking on the download button below.
Grab Your Penguin Tracing Pack
Your little ones will definitely love it!
More Penguin Themed Printables
For more Penguin themed printables that will be the perfect addition to your Penguin unit and Penguin week activity, check out the following posts:
- Penguin Pre-Writing Tracing for Holiday Season
- Penguin Alphabet Letter Tracing
- Penguin Math Activities for Preschool
- Arctic Animals Pack for Preschool