There are those that debate that teaching our kids to learn to print their letters and to write cursive is a waste on a future workforce that will probably rely even more heavily on typing and computers than we do. However, it’s still part of our school curriculum, so we thought we’d provide you with some of our favorite sites for free handwriting worksheets.
Let’s start with the preschool and kindergarten kids. Here are our recommended sites for accessing free learning to print your letters worksheets:
Our site offers a selection of letter, word and sentence cursive writing worksheets.
This site is packed full of printable alphabet worksheets, mini books, handwriting charts, themed worksheets, games and activities. There’s something here for every young child to learn to print their letter.
This site is well organized and it’s easy to get to the worksheets you’re looking for. In addition to the regular alphabet pages, they have some fun ABC order worksheets, alphabet coloring games and alphabet word searches.
This site offers a wide range of printing worksheets in all styles and covering all kinds of themes, methods and configurations to get our kids thinking about writing letters and words.