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St. Patrick’s Day Letter + Number Tracing Sheets

February is currently dousing us with a large amount of snow so I have started looking forward to all things spring and green. Since my Valentine’s Day Tracing Sheets were such a hit I decided to make some St. Patrick’s Day Letter and Number Tracing Sheets.

St. Patrick's Day printables

Just like the Valentine’s Day Tracing Sheets these sheets feature 6 pages. I chose to incorporate shamrocks into the design for something fun. Children can trace their letters and numbers using a fun green marker or you could print these out onto green paper to make them really festive.

If you want to make your papers reusable then you can laminate them or pop them into a clear page protector. I grabbed some from the Target Dollar Spot a while ago and always use those. Then you can have your kiddos use a dry erase marker to practice with and then wipe and use again.

tracing page in a page protector

If you are looking to conserve paper you could also print these double sided so that one sheet is on the front and one is on the back of the same page.

St. Patrick’s Day Sheets

There are 2 pages featuring the upper case letters. On one sheet the letters have arrows and numbers to guide children through the steps for proper letter formation. On the second sheet children will trace over dotted letters that do not have the guiding numbers and arrows.

upper case

Two pages feature the lower case letters of the alphabet. There is one with the guiding arrows and numbers and one without.

lower case

The final set of two pages features the numbers 0-10. Again, there is one page that features the guiding arrows and numbers and one page that simply has dotted lines to trace over.


Get the St. Patrick’s Day Letter Tracing Sheets

You can get the St. Patrick’s Day Tracing Sheets in my Teachers Pay Teachers Store. I hope that they add a little festive fun to your kiddo’s handwriting practice.

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