ABC Writing Practice with American Sign Language Printable for Kids

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Written by Nikki Dee

Teaching writing can be challenging, especially if you homeschool your kids like I do.

You can feel like you are never doing enough and it is hard to determine if your child’s abilities match up with their peers.

And it begins as early as preschool.

That’s exactly why I love these ABC worksheets for learning to write.

They are a lead activity that can help your child feel like they know exactly what to do.

Plus you can print as many copies as you need to help your child master this skill.

These ABC Writing Practice Worksheets go beyond handwriting practice. They also help your child learn the American Sign Language sign for each letter as well.

Each letter of the alphabet includes a large version of both uppercase and lowercase letters to trace and color. Below is the sign language sign for that letter, tracing practice for both upper and lowercase and blank lines for your child to write their own letters.  All 26 letters included!

All printables available on this website are for personal use only. You may not alter, sell or redistribute them in any form without the written consent of the author, Nikki Dee Woods. If you wish to share these printables with someone, please share the blog post link with them.

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About Nikki Dee

From the time she was young, Nikki Dee knew she wanted to be  a writer. After spending years making money as a freelance writer, she became a mom. With her days full of squealing toddlers, client calls became almost impossible and Nikki Dee decided to start her own blog. Now she helps other moms who are trying to find their path to a dream life.

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