Looking for some free letter L tracing worksheets for your young learners?
I’m so glad you found this page because it is brimming with all the important skills your kindergarten students will need to master uppercase letter L and lowercase letter l.
This 10 page packet is full of focused tracing (upper case and lowercase letters), fun coloring, letter sounds, letter recognition, and more!
There are more than enough pages to teach the letter, get in extra practice, and even review later in the school year.
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This first page is a great introduction to this letter of the alphabet.
Have your kindergarten students follow the dashed lines and numbers in the large bubble letters until they get the hang of the proper letter formation.
For the uppercase letter L, make sure that your student picks up her pencil before starting the second line. A sharp corner makes a big difference in making a proper L and making a sloppy C.
Developing these early writing skills is so important, so try to avoid letting your kid begin with bad habits.
Once your kindergarten kids are ready, have them trace the rest of the capital and small letters. Finish by coloring the lion, lollipop, lemon, ladybug, and lamp.
This second page also includes the bubble letters as a guide, but it also has more letters to trace on handwriting lines.
If you notice that your child is struggling to trace these simple straight lines, grab this free line tracing worksheet packet for a little extra practice.
Lastly, have your student trace the L word, laugh, and color in the laughing emoji faces.
Consider having a little joke or riddle to get a good laugh from your kid.
Do your young children like legos? Well, they’ll love this practice sheet!
Start by tracing the simple rows of lowercase and uppercase letters. Then have your student trace the words lego, lap, and lid.
Dig into those strong reading skills and see if your student can sound out the simple CVC words.
****If this is a very tender age (3,4, or even 5), don’t frustrate the child with reading attempts. Just learning the letters and their sounds is a victory!
This tracing letter L worksheet features large block letters for your child to color!
You will also find images of lunch, lamb, lighthouse, and leaf to color and trace.
There are also two short lines of lower case letters and uppercase letters to trace.
Remember to keep encouraging your student to pick up her pencil as she traces.
This is such a fun way to teach letter tracing and the letter L sound – an alliteration sentence!
Student will love the splash of color at the top of the page as they see the kids at the l-l-library!
After coloring the letter L, tracing the letter Ll, then they can trace the letter L sentence: “Little lions love the library!”
This next worksheet is an excellent option for a page protector. You can reuse it several times to review!
Start by having the student color the l-l-log and then trace the large bubble letters.
Continue to trace the uppercase and lower case letter L.
The sheet ends with a fun activity – hunting for all the letter /L/s they can find!
Assure your student that the capital letter /i/ was not put in this activity.
This PDF worksheet features some twinkling l-l-lights, more time with tracing the letter L, and another alliteration sentence: “Lights lit up the living room.”
Can your student think of their own sentence full of L words?
Consider listing some various animals that start with L (lizard, lion, lamb, lobster, etc.) to give the child some ideas.
This sheet has a large dotted letter Ll for your child to trace and a lion picture to color!
Continue through the worksheet for even more tracing letter L and coloring letter L images: lock, lips, lamp, and laddder.
Finish by tracing the letter L words.
Here is another fun printable activity with a twist for your kids.
Your kids can start by coloring the letter L and coloring the l-l-love birds.
Students will then move to writing their own letters on each of the lines.
Last, students will color each of the images in the box that starts with /L/.
They should color leash, lion, ladder, and light bulb.
This is the last of the printable activities in this packet.
Students will again be able to trace and write their own letters on the handwriting lines.
Your children will then be able to color and trace the L words – lobster and laundry.
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If you are a teacher in the classroom or if you are a mom teaching your own children, I hope that you really enjoy using these free tracing worksheets.
They are wonderful for sharpening fine motor skills as your child learns uppercase and lowercase letter formation!
As you continue to teach the letters of the alphabet, be sure to check out the free letter L Worksheets below!