Looking for some fun and free number 2 writing practice worksheets for your preschool kids or kindergarten students?
Tracing numbers, number writing practice, and number recognition are foundational math skills.
But that number 2 can be oh so tricky for little learners!
Developing fine motor skills to get the curve just right – and going in the correct direction – takes a little extra practice.
But the below free worksheets are just the thing to help kids master all things number 2!
You will find fun activities, lots of tracing, coloring, and even painting!
Check out the bottom of this post for simple directions to get the download link and print your sheets today!
Check Out Your Free Number 2 Writing Worksheet Packet!
This first printable is such a fun way to introduce the number two to your child!
Grab a do-a-dot marker and let them paint the large number two. Then move on to number tracing.
Give your student a sharp pencil (with a quality pencil grip for small hands) and work with them as they carefully trace each of the numbers.
At the bottom of the page, you will see that I included number words. It’s never too early for kids to start seeing these.
Encourage your child to color the word “two” or use a do-a-dot marker to paint it.
Here is another worksheet that reinforces tracing number 2, counting, and tracing the word “two.”
This is a great way to sharpen writing skills that involve making that elusive curve.
Have students trace this number 2 as many times as they need to. For those who may be really struggling, consider laminating this sheet for regular review.
This super cute activity is going to be the sweet spot in just about any math lesson plans you have!
Have the student trace the ice cream number 2 with their finger and count the ice cream cones.
Trace the below numbers. Give lots of encouragement and explain that their skills will improve with practice.
This worksheet has 2 parts. First, the student will work to find all the number 2s among other numbers 0-9.
Then they will trace the number 2s at the bottom of the page.
While they are tracing, ask the child where they think the two school buses might be going.
That might give their little imagination something to think about while they complete the task.
This worksheet includes more coloring, counting, tracing, and independent writing!
Be sure to tell your student that you are interested in seeing a quality number 2 more than you are interested in seeing lots of sloppy number 2s.
Kids tend to want to fill up the whole line, but they go too quickly and the 2s start to look like a sloppy /z/.
Encourage them to go slowly, take their time, and do just a few really good ones on each line.
This is a two-page set that involves coloring the large number 2, tracing the number 2, and tracing the word.
I would encourage the student to add something extra to the large number 2.
Can they make it look like a dragon? A swan? A snake?
Tell them to remember their picture so that later they can feel confident about writing a number 2 facing the correct way.
This last worksheet is just for fun!
Let your child go crazy coloring their number 2 monster any color or colors they link.
At the bottom are just a few numbers 2s to trace and the number word again.
Click the above text link or image link to get access to your free writing numbers worksheets! No email or other personal information is required.
I hope that you and your child enjoy these printable activities in your homeschool or classroom!
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