Monday, April 24, 2017

Letter Tracing Worksheets (Letters U - Z)

This blog post concludes the series of English letter tracing worksheets designed to help kids practice print handwriting. There are worksheets for the six last letters of the English alphabet - U, V, W, X, Y, Z.

The worksheets feature lowercase and uppercase letters and coloring pictures to add some fun for kids while tracing. Teaching kids how to write letters through tracing worksheets is especially useful for preschoolers who learn English as second language. Firstly, they just start learning how to write even their native language alphabet and, secondly, their native alphabet may be way different from English. That's why kids in China, South Korea, Japan, Arab countries need more time to practice writing Latin alphabet. And this is where my letter tracing worksheets can by handy. ESL teachers are welcome to use my worksheets during their English lessons. I hope that both students and educators will enjoy working with these printable alphabet tracing worksheets. 

Letter u tracing worksheet
Letter u tracing worksheet

Friday, March 31, 2017

Letter Tracing Worksheets (Letters K - T)

This is my second post featuring free printable letter tracing worksheets. This one includes worksheets for letters K, L, M, N, O, P, Q, R, S, T. I want to offer ESL teachers some worksheets to help their students practice handwriting and learn another 10 letters of the English alphabet. No need to look for online letter tracing worksheet generator as my ready-made sheets are enough for teaching kids to write English letters.

Hopefully, these printable alphabet tracing worksheets will save teachers' time and add more interest to their English classes. Besides uppercase and lowercase letters, I added cute coloring pictures to the sheets for little kids to get a little bit distracted if they are bored or tired of handwriting. So obviously my alphabet tracing worksheets are especially good for preschoolers and early school children. And I hope both educators and their students will enjoy working with the printable handwriting pages I designed for them.

Letter k tracing worksheet, handwriting worksheets
Letter k tracing worksheet

Saturday, March 25, 2017

Letter Tracing Worksheets (Letters A - J)

Letter tracing worksheets are the first thing to be used by English teachers introducing the alphabet to kids. They are especially indispensable for ESL teachers working with preschoolers in countries with non-Latin languages where letters considerably differ from the English ABC. Children in China, Japan, Korea and Arabic countries are likely to require more time to get used to English ABC and train themselves to write letters. They need more practice and letter tracing worksheets can be a great help in developing their basic handwriting and letter recognition skills.

I've decided to help educators teach children how to write English alphabet. So I've designed printable letter tracing worksheets that teachers can hand out to little students and ask them to trace uppercase and lowercase letters. To make the alphabet writing practice even more fun I've added coloring images starting with a letter to be traced. This makes the worksheets usable even for kindergarten where coloring is a popular activity for small kids with a short attention span.

I hope teachers will like my alphabet tracing worksheets and they help them with the teaching process. And I hope kids will like them too. This post contains letter tracing worksheets for the first 10 letters of the English alphabet (A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J).

Letter a tracing worksheet, English for kids
Letter a tracing worksheet

Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Teaching English to Kids

There are a few reasons why you may want your kids to learn to speak English. It may be that your family has moved to a country where English is spoken, or you may have a situation where English is not usually spoken at home but you want your children to learn to speak the language as contact with persons outside of the home and your community increases. In other cases, you may be living in a country where English is not natively spoken, but you want your children to learn the language as early a possible, so that they will eventually be able to communicate like native speakers of the language. Whatever your reasons or motivations, teaching your children to speak English is not as difficult as it may seem at first. There are a few ground rules, tips and trick that you can used to have your kids speaking and reading (if they are old enough!) English in no time.

English language teacher teaching English to kids
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Children learn some their most valuable lessons inside the home, and learning the English language is no different. You will find that as you incorporate the language in all that you do at home, the children will begin to learn and retain what you have taught them.