This free alphabet printable is perfect for letter practice! Inspired by the Fundations style, it features Kindergarten lined paper with icons to show the sky line, plane line, grass line, and worm line and includes all 26 letters in uppercase and lowercase. Feel free to save the file to your computer and print as many as you’d like!
Our blank version of the Fundations-style lined paper was such a hit, that I decided to make another one with traceable letters. This is a great printable to start with, for beginner writers!
The top line is the sky line, labeled with a sun and cloud graphic. The dotted line in the middle is the plane line because the plane is flying through the air! The bottom line is called the grass line, and then there is an additional line below, called the worm line (because the worm is underground!), for those letters with tails!
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This printable helps kids understand where to begin and end their letters, and how to shape them within the lines.
Free Alphabet Letter Practice Paper
Click on the image below to bring up the full-sized file and from there you can download it to your computer and print as many as you’d like!
Want a blank copy of the Fundations-style lined paper? We have that too! Check it out here, and your little ones can practice writing whatever they want: Handwriting Practice Paper
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Happy letter practice!
Airplane clipart used with permission by Chris-martin.
I love your Fundations resources. Thank you for sharing! I had one question though, regarding the free alphabet practice pages, why not use the same keyword pictures as the Fundations curriculum? My school likes to stick to the same keyword for consistency. Any chance you would make a set that directly matches the Fundations keyword pictures? Thanks again!!
Hi Jacqueline! I explained it in this post, but basically I thought these images were much more clear and easier to tell what they are than the original Fundations pictures. That’s why I made them, because all I could find online were black and white grainy images that we couldn’t even tell what they were supposed to be! :D