Wednesday, May 1, 2013

Alphabet Tracing Cards -Free Printable-



The girls have been working on their handwriting and I thought it would be a great idea to make a set of mini tracing cards. I laminated the cards so that they can be used with dry erase markers. I also punched holes in the corners to clip them all together. 

Alphabet Tracing Cards - View & Download



34 comments:

  1. Thank you, been looking for alphabet, numbers and colors for my granddaughter, she can say them but does not recognize.

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  2. Where is the link? Thanks this is awesome!

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    1. I'd love to know where the link is too. :-)

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    2. Do you see the scroll window at the bottom of the post that says "Printables By Jamie"? Click on the printer icon near the bottom right corner.
      I've also updated the post with a link that will take you to another page to print if it is easier to do that. Please let me know if you are still having trouble.

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  3. I can not see link either. Great idea though! Looking forward to being able to print. Thx :)

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  4. Would love to use these, but cannot find the link!

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  5. This sounds great but the link isn't showing for me:(

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  6. Thank you so much for making these!! My little one is a bit young at the moment, so Im going to use them as flash cards first and learning to write later!!
    Much appreciated!!
    Oh and the link worked fine for me :)

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  7. Thank you! I will be using these with my preschooler and kindergartner. I had no issues with printing them.

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  8. Was curious how to download to save for later teachings? I click the download but it won't let me download. Any ideas? By the way...Great blog! Have enjoyed stumbling upon it!

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  9. I tried downloading but it says no band width left. Can I still get these. Love your blog!!

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  10. I would like them too, but I got the same message about no bandwidth left...how can I get them???

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  11. I, too, get the message that the user hosting the content is out of bandwidth, denying me the ability to download the file :(

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  12. *** For those of you having issues downloading the printables on SJT, please be patient with me as I am trying to resolve this issue.

    You should still be able to print them, just not download.

    I will keep you all posted when this issue is resolved.

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  13. OK... All printables should be working now. Please let me know if you are still having issues.

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  14. Thank you...it worked for me!!!

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  15. Thank you so much! I was able to download! Thanks for the wonderful teaching printables!

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  16. I'm printing them out now. I have laminate sheets and my grandson is coming this weekend. He's only 2, but it's never too early to start. I love things like this and they're coming out just as bright as I see them on your site. Thanks so much!

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  17. What a great idea! However, I would rather just have the letters and not the colored, striped background that will take up way to much ink while printing. I would mount the letters on colored paper and then laminate.

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  18. Thanks so much for these! Is it possible for you to make this into a smaller file? Having a hard time downloading!

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  19. Do you have these in cursive? :D

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  20. Thank you from Kigali Rwanda... this is wonderful and very helpful

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  21. Thank you. I am always looking for fun things I can do with my Mom. She had a stroke a year ago. This will help in hear learning to write her letters again. She has to use her left hand now and is doing quite well with recognizing her letters. I will look through your other reading/writing materials to see what I can use. Thanks again for the help.

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    1. Lorraine, Thank you for taking the time to comment. It makes me so happy to hear that these will be a great help to your mom. I hope she is better soon.

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  22. It’s my first time to visit this site & I’m really surprised to see such impressive stuff out there.
    Free Stuff

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  23. Thanks so much for these cards. I look forward to the children using them in centers!
    Sarah Winchell

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    1. You welcome Sarah. Thank you for the comment.

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  24. this site is awesome.. I loved it.. thanks for the printing option. stay blessed.. and keep up the good work..

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  25. Do you have any like this with numbers

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